By Jordan David. Dog Beds. Published at Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018 - 18:32:21 PM.
To do this we need to look at our dog, does your dog have a short coat and like to cuddle? Or does your dog have a thick double coat and prefer to lay on the cool tile floors? Do you have a big dog like a Great Dane or cute little Yorkie? Another thing you need to think about is your dog’s age.
The final step to choosing a dog bed is Fabric and Washing Instructions. While most dog beds are covered with machine-washable fabrics we need to look at the dog versus need to wash. Do you have a young puppy just learning to be house broken or an older dog with some bladder issues? Then you want a dog bed that is easily washed in your home washer and dryer if accidents happen. If you have a well-adjusted dog, then you can choose a bed that isn’t quite so easy to wash. For outside dogs you will want to look for a bed that is weather resistant and UV protected, Like the cot style beds that are popular now.
Another factor to consider is being able to clean the bed. As we all know, pets just like dogs are not overly conscious in washing their paws or cleaning their faces before jumping into the bed. They may even bring to their beds the trash they picked from the garbage. This therefore requires cleaning the bed once in a while so that your house and your dog as well does not smell. While some beds are fully washable, some do have coverings that are washable. There are also stain-resistant, odor-resistant and moisture-resistant dog beds ideal in making dog ownership a little less hard.
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