By Ashlee Ashley. Dog Beds. Published at Thursday, April 19th, 2018 - 04:00:21 AM.
Our next important step is Determine Which Features Are Most Important. Is your dog older with arthritis? Then a bed with thick padding or memory foam may be your best for your dog. Is your dog a little shy and tries to find secluded areas to sleep then a hooded bed may make your pup happier. Does your dog like to rest its head on things? A bolster or Sofa bed would be the perfect fit for those dog. There are also Cuddle and Self Warming beds for those dogs that tend to be chilled easy such as short-haired dogs or aging pets.
Start creating your dog bed. Of course, after preparing the materials and choosing a suitable pattern, its time for you to begin your dog bed project. You may get family members involved in the project, particularly the kids, by asking them to perform simple tasks like handing in the stuffing materials for the dog bed. With family members and friends to help along, your dog bed project will surely be an enjoyable, fun, and meaningful activity.
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.
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