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7 Amazing Types Of Beds Every Dog Would Love

7 Amazing Types Of Beds Every Dog Would Love

Is your dog having trouble while sleeping? Are you planning to get a bed for your dog but don’t know how to choose one? Well, you can relax because we are here to help.

A sound sleep is as essential for your dog as it is for you. The right kind of bed can help them curl up in a comfortable position and get a good night’s sleep.

The markets today are brimming with different dog beds, and it can get confusing to choose the right one. Here are some fantastic ideas for you to invest in a bed for your pet. 

Types of beds for your furry friend:

Each dog is different, and their needs can also vary. The perfect dog beds must always be according to their size, needs, and comfort. Here are a few types of beds your pet will love sleeping in:

1.       Elevated Bed:

While it may look like a trampoline, at first sight, it is an elevated bed for your dog. A raised or elevated bed has a sturdy and straightforward metal structure with four legs. A supportive fabric that doesn’t bounce like the one in the trampoline covers the top. A raised bed is ideal for both indoor and outdoor use. Since it doesn’t contain much foam, you can wash it easily. If your dog has a knack for chewing things, especially the bed, this one can be an ideal pick. The structure of the bed is minimal, and it prevents chewing, making the bed more durable.

2.       Donut Bed:

The most common bed opted by pet owners is donut beds. As the name suggests, the bed has the shape that resembles the round shape of a donut. The bed has a raised edge, while the inner part of the bed is at a much lower level. It is the most comfortable and plush bed that you can get for your dog with cushioning at the bottom. Your furry friend can curl up inside the bed and get cozy while sleeping. You can find a donut bed in many colors and different sizes depending on your dog.

3.       Pillow Bed:

If your dog loves to hop on your pillow and sleep on it, you can invest in a giant pillow. This bed is nothing but an oversized pillow that your dog can lie upon. While it doesn’t come with the advanced features of other beds, it is uber-comfortable for your pet. If you have a larger breed dog that doesn’t fit easily in dog beds, then pillow beds are ideal. There is no space constraint, and your dog can sleep all stretched out on it. 

4.       Orthopedic Bed:

With growing age, many dogs develop arthritis. It weakens the joints and bones, leading to severe pain. Dogs with osteoarthritis or hip dysplasia need more care and support. Here, an orthopedic bed can suit your dog's needs. This bed comes with a memory foam mattress that changes the shape according to the dog's body and then returns to normal once the dog gets up. It provides comfort and support to your dog's aching joints and can help them get to sleep. Even if your dog is healthy, you can give them the care they deserve with an orthopedic bed.

5.       Bolster Bed:

If you are looking for a stylish bed that yet makes your pup feel cozy, a bolster bed can be the right pick. It comes with a supportive bolster on one or maybe more sides. The bolster is made of cushioning that provides support to your dog. It resembles a couch with a soft cushioning at the bottom. It allows your furry friend to lean on the sides and sleep peacefully. 

6.       Cooling/Heated Bed:

A majority of dogs face trouble adjusting to the weather, whether it's increasing or decreasing. If you live in any area with a hot climate, you might want to get a cooling bed for your dog. It contains water or gel, which can absorb the heat from your dog's body and keep them cool during summers. But, if you are in colder regions, you can opt for a heated bed. It comes with a heater and thermostat that helps adjust the heating according to your pooches' body temperature. You just have to plug it into the electric outlet, and your pet can stay warm the entire night.      

7.       Cave Style Bed:

Dogs tend to dig burrows and then sleep inside them. It is their fundamental nature, and it helps them feel safe when they are asleep. Based on this same ideology, cave style beds can assist dogs to feel relaxed. It is a standard dog bed with a covered top that makes it look like a cave or a burrow. The bed comes in many unique designs, and your pet is sure to love it.                      

7 Amazing Types Of Beds Every Dog Would Love

Final thoughts

With more and more people adopting dogs, the market for their products is expanding exponentially. There are all kinds of beds, toys, and accessories available for your furry friend. The most important thing you can get for your pet is the right bed. It can impact their sleep cycle and overall health. Choose the right dog bed from the list above and get one today.

Reference Links:

https://www.mypetneedsthat.com/different-types-of-dog-beds/

https://www.thesprucepets.com/kinds-of-dog-beds-1118614

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