Published at Saturday, April 21st, 2018 - 09:43:21 AM. . By Kerri Vargas.
The first step in choosing the right bed is to Measure your Dog from tip of nose to tail with a measuring tape. This is especially important if your dog loves to stretch out and relax, you’ll want to make sure you’re getting the right-sized bed. Some dogs prefer to curl up and be cradled in a smaller round bed. Some beds are based on weight, a large heavier dog will require thicker, denser cushion. A heavier dog will flatten out thinner cushions and your dogs bed won’t last as long or be as comfortable.
Dog beds vary according to their size, design, cmfort and cost. There may be various types of dog beds available in most pet supply stores but choosing the best for your pet should not be a difficult task. The first thing to consider when buying a dog bed is your dogs size. When buying for a puppy, remember to choose a bed that will last until your puppy grows to be a full size dog. Doing so can help you save a lot of money since you need not buy a new bed everytime your pup out grows the old one.
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