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Best Dog BedsBydogtimeOther than your love and food to eat, there’s little in life that matters as much to a dog as where to hang her weary head. Given a comfy bed, some will prefer it to any other sleeping spot in the house, even your bed.To get the right bed, consider your dog’s habits. Does she chew, dig, curl up, or sleep with all limbs splayed out to the side? Does she eat treats in bed? Is she incontinent or too arthritic to climb into a high bed? Is she allergic to dust mites? And of course, consider how important washability (my number-one criteria for dog beds) and style are to you.Whatever your needs, there’s certainly a bed out there that your dog will love. Here are a few selections that impressed me and my pack.Dog bed reviews:SpotBeds Dog BedsSlumber BallsCrypton Rectangle Pet BedsFido Fleece Cloud BedsTuckered Out Dog BedsKuranda Poly-Resin BedsCompanion Road Dog Bed With Faux FleeceSee reviews of orthopedic dog beds and heated dog beds.See all product reviews.–Phyllis DeGioia


Other than your love and food to eat, there’s little in life that matters as much to a dog as where to hang her weary head. Given a comfy bed, some will prefer it to any other sleeping spot in the house, even your bed.To get the right bed, consider your dog’s habits. Does she chew, dig, curl up, or sleep with all limbs splayed out to the side? Does she eat treats in bed? Is she incontinent or too arthritic to climb into a high bed? Is she allergic to dust mites? And of course, consider how important washability (my number-one criteria for dog beds) and style are to you.Whatever your needs, there’s certainly a bed out there that your dog will love. Here are a few selections that impressed me and my pack.Dog bed reviews:SpotBeds Dog BedsSlumber BallsCrypton Rectangle Pet BedsFido Fleece Cloud BedsTuckered Out Dog BedsKuranda Poly-Resin BedsCompanion Road Dog Bed With Faux FleeceSee reviews of orthopedic dog beds and heated dog beds.See all product reviews.–Phyllis DeGioia


Rated 5 out of 5 by kdobbers from My pup LOVES this bed We have had this bed for a few weeks and I cannot explain how much my dog loves it. She is usually a bit iffy about new beds and tries to move the stuffing around but with this one she just jumped right in and plopped her head on the bolster. She LOVES it. It looks super comfortable and I doubt she would get out of the bed if we didn't make her. The spa color looks great with our color scheme throughout the house as well. I'm almost ready to order a second - one for downstairs and one for the bedroom! My only concern is the color is sort of light and I'm not sure how it will wash/stand up to doggie dirt over a long period of time. Hopefully Grandin Road will carry replacement covers for the future! But for now, this bed has been nothing but a great buy. If you have a dog that likes to snuggle and be ridiculously comfy (my mom refers to the dog as "the queen" whenever she sees the pup lounging in her bed), I would absolutely recommend this. Date published: 2013-09-25


Live Long and Prosper: You and Your Canine He can’t make that famous sci-fi gesture without opposable thumbs; you’ll have to do it for him. He relies on you for so many things, in fact. Thankfully we humans have gotten smarter about caring for our companion animals in recent years. A soft, warm memory foam dog bed is a gift of love that he will enjoy every day of the week. And look for other dog products to help keep your senior dog mobile, at home and on the road.


Anybody who has ever enjoyed the company of a Siberian Husky knows they can be a handful; at one time in my life I lived with three of them in a tiny cottage, incredibly. Three makes a pack, and I’m positive they never viewed me as the alpha (silly human). We wore out a lot of dog beds in those days. When a new dog bed came through the front door, careful inspection was always followed by jockeying for ownership. Then there was pretend predation. And if you shake your prey hard enough, you’ll kill it—even if it is a foam bed. Our dog bed covers always bore colorful canvas patches betraying the spots where sharp teeth had successfully found their mark.


Experts agree that an aged dog’s bedding is supremely important. A healthy adult dog sleeps between twelve and fourteen hours daily, a senior even more. It’s only logical that you want to choose the best bed for him. The memory foam dog bed comes highly recommended for senior canines; a minimum thickness of three inches is suggested, four or five are better still. Memory foam also acts as an insulating barrier between your cold floor and your pup’s aching joints. And he will appreciate a bed with at least one open side for easy entry and exit.


We want our loyal companions to age comfortably, just as we do. This therapeutic dog bed does just that – helping to relieve hip and joint pain by distributing your dog’s weight and preventing pressure points. The therapeutic design is complemented by the open-cell composition of its insert, which helps keep the bed warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, giving your dog the comfort, relief and rest that he or she deserves.


Why We Love It We want our loyal companions to age comfortably, just as we do. This therapeutic dog bed does just that – helping to relieve hip and joint pain by distributing your dog’s weight and preventing pressure points. The therapeutic design is complemented by the open-cell composition of its insert, which helps keep the bed warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, giving your dog the comfort, relief and rest that he or she deserves.


To get the right bed, consider your dog’s habits. Does she chew, dig, curl up, or sleep with all limbs splayed out to the side? Does she eat treats in bed? Is she incontinent or too arthritic to climb into a high bed? Is she allergic to dust mites? And of course, consider how important washability (my number-one criteria for dog beds) and style are to you.


If your dog is seven or older, then you have the pleasure of keeping company with a canine senior citizen. In spite of wistfulness about my Shiloh, the truth is our companion animals are outliving their forebears because of improved overall care—as are we. And with a longer life come the complications associated with asking aged joints to continue to move and work. Veterinary experts tell us that canine osteoarthritis is the single most common health problem in older dogs. (Sound familiar?)


Other than your love and food to eat, there’s little in life that matters as much to a dog as where to hang her weary head. Given a comfy bed, some will prefer it to any other sleeping spot in the house, even your bed.


Those three scallywags sometimes even slept on their dog beds. But they did not have the luxury of memory foam bedding during their twilight years, mainly because it had not yet found its way into the array of canine bedding that proliferates the marketplace now. It’s a beautiful thing, memory foam: insulating, indulgent, temperature- and pressure-sensitive polyurethane that molds to the shape of the body resting upon it. And as is the case with so many über-cool inventions, we have NASA to thank for it.


Rated 5 out of 5 by willowmom from Great for old dogs I have an 11 year old, 40 lb border collie mix and she was not loving her old bed - not enough cushioning. She loves the bolster style beds, and this one is perfect. There is a nice base and a removable pillow on top of that, so plenty of padding. The cat also loves to sleep in it! I ordered a large, and it is plenty big. The medium probably would had been fine, but I wanted to make sure she had plenty of room. Date published: 2013-12-30