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Fluffy Dog Beds

Fluffy Dog Beds

If you have an especially smelly dog or just hate dog odor in your house, a cedar filled bed could be just what you need. These beds are particularly odorous and can significantly cut down the dog odor in your house — and your dog’s own body odor, particularly for pups with the instinct to disguise their scent. These dogs will often roll around on their beds so they smell like cedar. Cedar filled beds aren’t as comfortable as cotton filled beds and don’t offer as much padding, and certain dog allergies don’t gel well with cedar filled beds. Otherwise, they’re a great way to keep your home odor free.
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Fluffy Dog Beds

For some anxious dogs, burrowing beds like the Cozy Cave (see above) are an excellent option; however, other dogs that suffer with anxiety may be afraid of the darkness or the concept of being hidden or covered. Another good option for anxious dogs is a nest bed or bolster dog bed that features raised sides without the covering over the top. Bolster beds are generally more expensive than simple padded beds, because most are better made and filled with more durable stuffing. Bolster beds also tend to be bulkier than other types of dog beds, so you need to make sure you have the space at home. We think your dog will love the additional support and feeling of having their own “couch”.
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Fluffy Dog Beds

When I started looking for dog beds, I naturally gravitated toward the soft, fluffy ones. After all, *I* prefer soft, fluffy beds, so I thought my dogs would find them comfortable as well. Soft beds certainly provide more cushioning, but they have some important weaknesses.
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Fluffy Dog Beds

Thick haired or long-haired dogs have an unfortunate tendency to overheat, and beds that emphasize “snuggling” only add to the amount of heat trapped by your dog while they are sleeping. If your dog tends to overheat while they sleep, the best bed choice for you would be a cot style bed. A cot bed usually features a mesh material for the dog to lay on in addition to legs that elevate the bed off the ground. These two features allow for plenty of air circulation around your dog as they sleep. These beds are also great for older dogs with incontinence issues because of the ease of cleaning. We recommend the Coolaroo for its excellent durability and excellent customer reviews. And it also makes a great outdoor dog bed!
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Fluffy Dog Beds

Cedar dog beds can be very useful if you don’t mind the smell of cedar, like the article mentions. They can also be a great choice if your dog is uncomfortable in woolen or similar types of more “indoor” beds. In some cases, based on your dog’s coat, these beds can cause itching and irritation or just might not smell as fun as the cedar bed. There is another plus to cedar: the reason the wood smells so strongly is that it produces natural resins that fight against fungus, mold, and other unwanted growths. This can help keep the dog… Read more »
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Fluffy Dog Beds

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Fluffy Dog Beds

There are plenty of options to choose from when it comes to picking the best dog bed for your pup. Whether you want to go for comfort and expense, comfort and affordability, or have special needs, there are so many varieties of dog beds on the market — the good news is you have options to ensure that your dog is happy and your wallet isn’t completely empty. Just remember to keep your individual dog and her needs in mind when searching for your dog’s bed.
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Fluffy Dog Beds

Finding beds for allergy prone dogs can be tricky, and the answer will depend upon what your dog is allergic to. It is always best to avoid beds that contain fillers like cedar, since they can cause skin irritation. A good alternative is a hypoallergenic dog bed cover, like Teton Dog’s DIY Cover. The cover itself is made of 100% waterproof Nanopore fabric (no chemical waterproofing) and is a barrier against dirt, dust, mites and fleas. And there’s no toxic, allergenic or cedar filling — you stuff the cover with whatever works best for your dog.
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As much as you love your dog, we know you don’t love to smell your dog’s bed. Here’s a solution: our inner liner made of ripstop nylon resists doggie odors from permeating the filling of our dog beds. Does your dog have an itty-bitty incontinence issue? The ripstop liner fabric is water resistant, too.
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Stay Fresh As much as you love your dog, we know you don’t love to smell your dog’s bed. Here’s a solution: our inner liner made of ripstop nylon resists doggie odors from permeating the filling of our dog beds. Does your dog have an itty-bitty incontinence issue? The ripstop liner fabric is water resistant, too.
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AnonymousShare On FacebookShare On TwitterShare On GoogleIf you cannot make up your mind amidst all these options for dog beds, try consulting with your vet. Actually, getting a vet’s opinion on a doggy bed is probably a great idea anyway. As you may know, dogs are very sensitive to their environment. If your dog is neurotic and has obedience problems, changing its bed may help solve the problem. A corner bed, for example, can help if your dog likes to drag its bed everywhere but you want it in one place. A cave or nest bed may help give your dog an extra boost of security… Read more »Vote Up0Vote Down ReplyJune 3, 2012 9:13 am
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If you cannot make up your mind amidst all these options for dog beds, try consulting with your vet. Actually, getting a vet’s opinion on a doggy bed is probably a great idea anyway. As you may know, dogs are very sensitive to their environment. If your dog is neurotic and has obedience problems, changing its bed may help solve the problem. A corner bed, for example, can help if your dog likes to drag its bed everywhere but you want it in one place. A cave or nest bed may help give your dog an extra boost of security… Read more »
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Elderly dogs and dogs that have arthritis and other joint concerns need beds that are supportive. This means that their beds should be thick and provide plenty of push back rather than simply sinking or relocating filling when the dog lies on the bed. The most popular choice is the orthopedic memory foam bed, which conforms to your dog’s shape but provides support for aching joints. If your dog is elderly and more prone to bladder leakage, look for a waterproof orthopedic bed or a waterproof cover. Memory foam holds in odor, so keep this in mind when searching for an orthopedic bed for your elderly pup.
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AnonymousShare On FacebookShare On TwitterShare On GoogleIf my dog could read, I would happily let him see this article. For now, he thinks that his bed is mine or the couch. It’s alright for now because he is not full size yet, but in another couple of months, I am going to be getting kicked out of my own bed. I didn’t know about some of the types of dog beds they had, but I think it is really cool that there is so much out there for them. I once had a dog who had skin issues and had I known they had cooling beds,… Read more »Vote Up0Vote Down ReplyJuly 3, 2012 4:46 am
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If my dog could read, I would happily let him see this article. For now, he thinks that his bed is mine or the couch. It’s alright for now because he is not full size yet, but in another couple of months, I am going to be getting kicked out of my own bed. I didn’t know about some of the types of dog beds they had, but I think it is really cool that there is so much out there for them. I once had a dog who had skin issues and had I known they had cooling beds,… Read more »

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