Choosing a bed for your dog
All of our stores have a great range of beds, here is an introduction to some of the solutions we have for different needs.
For large dogs who are prone to arthritis, an orthopedic bed can provide relief to aching hips and back legs.
Dogs such as Staffordshire Bull Terriers and Bulldogs prone to skin allergies benefit from a lightweight bed which removes moisture from their skin and also control odour.
Puppies often respond well to a cuddle bed when making the transition into a new home. These beds can reduce anxiety by making them feel nestled in with their pack mates.
The two main types of outdoor beds are those that are elevates and the basic mats. Elevated beds are beneficial in summer as they allow air movement around the dog, keeping them cool; while in winter they raise your pet off the cold and sometimes damp ground.
If your dog has enjoyed biting and tearing their bed in the past, you may want a tear resistant material. The Snooza D1000 and the PetLife are tear resistant and have a hidden zipper, making it harder for your dog to get inside. These two beds are often recommended for dogs with stronger jaws, such as German Shepherds and Rottweilers.
For the best advice on the right bed for your dog, bring your dog into our store and speak to one of our staff members! Click here for your nearest store.