K&H Pet Products is a manufacturer of some of the finest pet products in the US. It's a brand that has been relied upon and trusted by vets and pet owners alike for years. It ensures that only raw materials in premium condition are used in the manufacturing of its pet products. Its selection includes its popular heated begs, traditional beds, mats, and cots. Each product is thoroughly and thoughtfully developed with your animal buddy's interests at heart. Its products are designed to be beneficial to your pets and safe for their use and for your home.
K&H Pet Products' Lectro-Soft Outdoor Heated Bed™ provides a convenient way to keep your dog warm whether they are outdoors or indoors. Its convenience lies in the fact that it can be placed anywhere—in the basement, in an outdoor kennel, on your porch, or in the barn—for your pet to easily lie on and keep itself warm.
It has a comfortable PVC (poly vinyl chloride) cover; this makes the bed waterproof so that water from rain, accidental spills, or from good ol' Cooper's leaky misadventure doesn't damage it or cause it to fry Cooper—it's actually MET-certified as safe. You'll find a soft fleece cover in the package as well, which adds another layer of comfort for your pet without causing it to feel any less warm. The Lectro-Soft is designed to keep your dog warm and provide soothing orthopedic relief for aging mutts. It has a thermostat that keeps the bed at an optimum temperature, one that's comfortable for dogs, and prevents the temperature from rising so much that Cooper ends up overheated, cooked, or just plain avoids the bed like it's a torture tool or something.
You don't have to worry about energy consumption with this bed either; it's energy-efficient and runs on a small number of watts. There is also a 1-year warranty on this bed.
And don’t forget to purchase the size that your dog needs—this bed is available in Small, Medium, and Large sizes. Take your pick and ensure your dog has the utmost in comfort!
Best Pet Supplies, Incorporated is a company with a simple goal: to make superior-quality pet products that are affordable and provide long-lasting service to your pets. It makes and stocks every kind of supplies that pet owners are in need of so that you, its customer, are not left hanging when you're looking for something great for your canine. With a production process that doesn't allow for compromise on quality at any stage of the process, you can be sure that whatever product you get from this brand for your beloved pup is safe, functional, and durable.
Best Pet Supplies, Incorporated's Tent Bed is crafted for your pup’s comfort. It has a Polyfoam lining which provides superior comfort for your pup; this foam molds into your mutt's favorite position without losing its strength or being less comfortable—it sort of cradles the dog, creating a cuddly feel. Talking about cuddles, it's fitted with soft pillows with a super-plush quality that'll see your furry one reluctant to leave.
The Tent Bed is easy to put together and just as easy to take apart so that you don't have to worry about making an alternative sleeping arrangement for your pup whenever you travel; neither would you have to worry about their adjusting into a new sleeping space since you'd have this bed out and ready in no time.
We also love that in spite of the fact that it doesn't collapse, its components are machine-washable. This means that you don't have to worry about its soon becoming an eyesore as all you have to do is toss it in the washing machine, let it spin on gentle cycle and, voila! Good as new.
The Tent Bed is available in a variety of neutral colors so that it compliments your home decor while giving your pup a classy space to call its very own. The bottom of the bed is made with a skid-resistant material that will keep the bed in place.
Petfusion is a brand that was born out of a love for animals and a desire to help their owners provide them with the finer things of life at modest prices. It was created to solve the problem of making your pets feel truly at home in your home by giving them a space that's designed for them—one that blends beautifully with any decor you already have going on. It was established in 2010 and with a lot of hard work and sacrifice, it has grown into an award-winning brand today; Cat Fancy Editor's Choice Award (2014) and Eco-Excellence Award (2015) are some of its laurels. Its products have also been featured in Martha Stewarts's Living, British GQ, amongst others.
The Petfusion Ultimate Pet Bed & Lounge has a base that is made of premium-quality memory foam which helps to distribute your pup's weight evenly on the bed due to its high density; this enables it to mold quickly into your pup’s body shape, helping them to settle in quickly and nicely.
The bed has bolsters on all sides—the fourth side has some space for entry and exit—and each bolster is packed, in ample proportions, with Polyfoam. This is so that the mutts will have a firm yet comfy support for their heads, limbs, or any other part of their bodies they want to hang (we all know how goofy pups can be). One fine and thoughtful feature in this bed is the fact that the bolsters do not take up any of the inner bed space; there's room beneath the bolsters so that if Buster chooses to, he can bury his head in the cozy space under the bolsters.
This dog bed is easy to put together and can be done in minutes. When it comes to maintenance, the whole thing can be taken apart and each part can be washed in a washing machine.
And maybe best of all, you can purchase this bed in an array of sizes and colors—take your pick! Send your pups off to the nicer parts of Snoozeville with the Petfusion Ultimate Pet Bed & Lounge; they deserve it.
As the inventor of its trademark product—high-density polyethylene (HDPE), for shade fabrics—Gale Pacific is a company with a penchant for the creative and innovative; it's a brand with a keen desire for integrity and respect in all dealings. It's also favorably disposed to success and growth, a fact that is clearly seen in its transformation from a small family hand-woven scarves business into the giant manufacturer of special fabric that it has become today. Coolaroo is the brand through which it retails its outdoor products.
The Gale Pacific Cot Style Pet Bed is an elevated dog bed that features an ultra violet radiation-resistant material stretched over a sturdy metal frame. Its raised design helps to take some of the pressure off your dog's shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and ankle joints so that the dog is better able to fully relax. Further, the high-density polyethylene material of the bed is completely breathable, allowing for the passage of cool air through it to the cute furry thing lounging or napping on it. This free flow of cool air from beneath and above the bed and the passage of warm air from the dog’s body through the bed is quite beneficial to the mutts as it'll keep them from developing those itchy, uncomfortable hotspots.
The fabric used in making the base of this bed has many other interesting properties. It's actually resistant to mites, fleas, mildew, and mold so that you don't have to fear about your furry beloved having to lie on a bed with the creepy, disease-causing, joy-sapping bunch.
It's also easy to set up and maintain; to clean it, all you have to do is hose it down and leave it outdoors to dry. Speaking of the outdoors, the cot bed has been designed to resist the deteriorating effect of the elements, retaining the vibrancy of its color over time. It's available in 3 other colors and different sizes for you to choose from.
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MidWest's love for dogs started 90 years ago. Its growth has been incredible. Today it's the largest pet homebuilder in America; it has a multitude of products for dogs, puppies, cats, kittens, rabbits, small animals, and birds. Through innovation, the company has remained relevant in the ever-changing market and has developed numerous ways of showing love to pets. In its dog and puppy product line, it has 9 products, from crates to dog beds. Its beds are some of the best you can find on the market.
The MidWest Homes for Pets Deluxe Pet Bed is designed to bring your canine friend the comfort that they deserve. It's generously stuffed with soft polyfiber so that your mutt's weight is evenly distributed without dipping uncomfortably in parts where there isn't enough stuffing. This provides a comfortable support for them and doesn't place unnecessary pressure on their bones and muscles.
The cover is a beautiful polyester material with tufted swirls that are soft so that its occupants' paws are gently caressed by the unique patterns for different levels of pampering. The materials used in the production of this bed were carefully sourced so that they perform optimally over a long time. The polyester cover promises years of use without peeling or fading. The polyfiber cushion has been made to hold its plushiness for a long time, even with regular use.
Maintenance for this bed isn't difficult at all; it's so easy, you don't even have to take off the cover before washing. First, the whole thing can be put in the washing machine when it's ready to be cleaned; just throw the whole thing—foam and cover—into the machine, and wash with cool water (even though hot water doesn't damage it… the manufacturer says "cool"...).
You and your pup can enjoy the convenience of travelling with this dog bed in tow as it comes in different sizes and each size can fit into a corresponding standard-sized crate. It also has a non-skid base that keeps it from shifting about unnecessarily at the slightest nudge.
And don’t forget that you can also have this bed in three different colors: Gray, Mocha, and CoCo Chic. Find the one that best complements your décor or pet’s personality!
If you consider the fact that most dogs sleep for about 14 hours a day, then you should agree that it’s not too much to get your fur-kin a good bed. He’ll be spending over half of the day in it, after all. The numbers even rise more significantly if the dog in question is a pup or a large breed. So, just like beds are central to your sleep, rest, and rejuvenation as a human, it’s also the same for dogs.
Now, even though dogs need the beds, there is usually the temptation to get just any bed for them because after all, it’s just a place to sleep and he’s just a dog. What you might not know is that a dog bed can be a defining factor between a healthy and active dog, and an unhealthy and grumpy dog.
There are different reasons to get different kinds of beds for your dog; for instance, a senior or one recovering from some form of injury, such as a broken limb, might require an orthopedic bed as opposed to the conventional dog bed, for the sake of recovery. Also, for those times when your dog requires the fresh air of the outdoors, there are also beds custom-made for the occasion. They are pretty much normal dog beds, only they are specifically designed for the outdoors.
For added comfort and a better night’s rest, most dogs prefer a raised bed (probably the reason they won’t just leave our poor, expensive couches alone). And although these kinds are slightly pricier, they provide some added advantage of giving the seniors some relief from joint and muscle pain; plus, access to dirt and germs are much reduced because they are raised.
So, you can see that there’s a lot more to dog beds than you probably thought. It isn’t just a piece of boring furniture where your pet snoozes. In fact, with the tons of designs dog beds come in, they can even be interesting pieces that you can match with your home décor! Take the dog beds by Furhaven and AmazonBasics for instance; they really will make some classy pieces of furniture.
And you might not know it, but different dogs actually react differently to different kinds of beds. If you want to know how, then don’t stop reading… See you on the other side!
When getting a dog bed or any other item for your pet, the word that should be furthest from your mind is the word “cheap.” Don’t do cheap! Cheap dog beds are not only money-zapping, they are potentially dangerous. Since you cannot attest for their durability, you can never be entirely sure when they might just give way under your dog, and you don’t want to imagine the kind of catastrophe that will cause. The money for the vet and for replacing the cheapie too… what would that cost?
Dog beds can go for a range of prices between $25 and $115 plus. Well, it could go higher if you’re looking for a really specific dog bed (like some orthopedic beds for example). If what you want though, is a regular dog bed with the basics, then $15 to $50 should do. Things such as size and design affect the price of a dog bed. For instance, some dog beds can take two dogs with separate sections for each. Now, you can be sure that this type will definitely cost a bit more.
Now here are a couple of things to check out for in a dog bed before purchasing. Get your notepad and pen. It’s a pretty lengthy list!
Let’s get into the details already!
The construction and design of the dog bed you choose is of great importance. Below is a list of the most common things you should know and keep in mind while searching for the best dog bed, along with some info on each topic. Take a look.
There are different kinds of dog beds, so we will quickly run through the most common types to give you an idea.
Bolster Dog Beds: These come with a feature that closely resembles an arm-rest (like that of a couch) which encircles the bed itself. With these bolsters (or bumpers, as some may call them), your dog can prop his head while he sleeps. He could also just cuddle against them too sometimes, when he chooses.
Rectangle Dog Beds: These are pretty much your everyday beds; flat on every side with a pillow. It’s best for dogs who love their space.
Round Dog Beds: If your dog loves to curl but not to cuddle like the bolster bed dogs, then get her a round bed. They are quite similar to rectangle beds in that, on two sides, they are flat. The only difference is that we will be talking diameter dimensions here, unlike with the rectangle bed.
Now to ensure that your dog is accurately measured for a round bed, measure her from her nose to her rear. You are doing this because, although it’s a round bed for the curlers, it must still be able to take them comfortably should they choose to lie flat.
Cave Dog Beds: These are the least popular of the types of dog beds, but truth be told, the idea behind this bed is fantastic. It’s best for dogs that naturally tend to den most times. If your dog won’t stay away from the laundry pile when he needs to snooze, then this is the bed you want to get him.
Another thing that should affect your choice of a bed for your dog is your dog’s anatomy. His weight and height play big roles in your decision, as these beds come with weight limits that tell you how much support and comfort the bed will give relative to its surface area.
Look at this example: a 24-inch Standard Poodle weighing 40 pounds will definitely not be using the same bed as a 40-pound English Bulldog. The poodle will need something twice the size of the bed of the Bulldog.
Plush Beds and Dog’s Coat
Yeah, a quick word about plush beds… they may look oh-so-comfy but they might not be what your dog needs, especially if he already keeps warm in his own coat. On some especially hot nights, even your carpet is enough to get some dogs with particularly heavy coats to overheat. So just before you go for a plush bed, be twice as sure that your dog really does need it; if not, no matter how sweet it looks, shirk it.
Dog’s Sleeping Preference
Lastly in this section, whatever design of bed you choose to go for, ensure that it aligns with your dog’s sleeping preference. If she loves to lie flat, don’t force her to curl; if he loves to cuddle, then forcing him to lie without bolsters isn’t the best. It’s not rocket science really. Just observe and you’ll figure it out.
When looking at the performance and ease of use a dog bed will offer you and your pet, there are three main things to watch for: its durability, its assembly and maintenance, and whether it has replacement or extra parts. Let’s find out more:
When it comes to beds, one thing you cannot afford to sacrifice on the altar of aesthetics is durability. You don’t want something that gives way in barely two weeks of its purchase. Not only is that money down the drain, it’s also potentially dangerous for your fur-kin. It’s good for the bed to rhyme with your home décor, but if it doesn’t look sturdy enough, do not buy.
Assembly and Maintenance
Next, the bed you choose must be welcoming to assembling and disassembling. And it must be tough enough to withstand several rounds of machine wash too. You know dogs and the bond they share with crawlies and dirt. These things ultimately get transferred to their beds, so if you want to keep them healthy, then their beds have to be washed, and regularly too.
Finally, always ensure that the dog bed you settle for comes with replacement parts readily available on demand. An extra bed cover, an extra pillow and pillow cover; things like these are never too much to have, cos you know dogs—they will always be dogs.