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Published November 18th 2016
Finding a bed for your dog may sound easy, however, it is not. It is not about having the cutest bed on the block and the fanciest. When selecting a bed for your dog, you must consider all things.
Just like us, there are no two dogs that are the same. Some breeds may also have more issues than others. Some dogs have different needs due to illness or injury. These should all be taken into account when looking for a bed you're your furry friend.
Beds for dogs come in a variety of sizes, styles and thicknesses. There are millions of beds out there to pick and choose from. However, not all of these beds are good for your canine's health. Strolling through New York you won't find too many quality dog beds. But online they are more accessible.
So, what does a dog need except for a soft place to lay his/her head?
I explored this option a little in my search for the best doggy beds. After all, I have five dogs that need good beds and this will be their gifts from me. Thus, I want to make it special.
Right, looking at size, health or age, agility and available space in my house made the options quite a challenge. I did some research on best beds for older dogs and for small breeds. In my search I discovered that the couch, the floor and my bed are not always good options for dogs.
With a good bed, your dog should awake energized. This means, he or she should jump out of bed do a stretch and trot along playfully.
Well, mine are not always that way in the morning. Having good dog beds will improve your dog's health just as a sturdy bed does for you. Yes, your bed is surely not your most prized possession, but, can you go without it?
Dog beds should provide warmth, support, insulation, comfort and even a feeling of safety. The bed should be one of the first things to get, even before you get your new furry friend. However, we are not always aware of the importance of dog beds.
Dog Beds for Smaller Breeds
Small and medium sized canines don't need a big bed as it will make them feel insecure. You doggy must just have sufficient space to stretch and roll over. They tend to get colder much quicker than large breeds, thus, furry, fluffy beds are great. Round and oval shaped dog beds are good for these furry babies. It must be soft but not overly soft.
Dog Beds for larger Breeds
There are a lot less options in beds for bigger breed canine. These need to be thick sturdy beds as your larger dog is heavier. Memory foam dog beds are great for big breeds. Yet, in time the foam may still have to be replaced due to their weight. Spring based dog beds usually last a bit longer.
During my search for best dog beds, I came upon an online shop that has it all. From dog beds, to treats, blankets and clothing.
Vintage Dog Beds
And all the shapes you could need. These come in a variety of color and size as well. Your dog is a priority in your life and providing him with the right bed will make life better.
Visit Canine Styles to see for yourself. Their range of beds will not let you down! I bought some of my dogs beds this month and the others are soon to follow. A perfect fitting dog bed for your furry baby is vital. With dog beds from Canine Styles you can satisfy your dog's needs and provide him or her with what is required for a happy life.