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Dog Beds products have an average rating of 4.5 / 5.0 from 537 reviews
There's nothing quite like the feeling of settling down in a cosy and comfortable bed at the end of a long day of work and play. Whether your dog is indoors, outdoors, or if you've got a new puppy or perhaps your dog's getting along in years, choosing the right bed for them can make a big difference.
Best dog beds based on our most recent customer reviews
|Kazoo Dog Cushion Cloud Comfort||'Our Labrador loves her cloud cushion. It gets a bit dirty grey over time but I can fit it in our washing machine and it comes out pretty clean looking. It does get lumpy in the wash like a duvet might, but she doesn't care. As soon as it's dry she is back on it, snuggling down. '|
|Paws for Life Calming Dog Bed||'This bed has lasted our mini-daschund for ages, and she can be rough with it. She loves it. Its easy to wash, and a great price.'|
|'Our German Shepard loves this so much he sleeps on it, instead of eating it!'|
Depending on your dog's needs and preferences, she would benefit from a specific bed type, such as calming anti-anxiety beds, beds for the outdoors, elevated, elevated or trampoline and orthopaedic beds
Frequently Asked Questions about Dog Beds
Why do dogs scratch or dig in their beds?
This doggy behaviour is a familiar sight to most dog owners but the reasons why our dogs like scratching or digging on their beds may be attributed to both making their sleeping spot more comfortable for them as well as establishing territory. Dogs have scent glands in their paws and they can use them to mark objects or locations,especially new or unfamiliar ones,which is why this behaviour can be more common among puppies or when there are any significant changes in their environment (like a new pet/person in the house.)
How to wash a dog bed?
Most of our dog beds are machine washable. We recommed to wash your bed separately in cold water with mild detergent and tumble dry on low heat.
How to get a dog to stay in her bed?
Positive reinforcement is key here, so make sure you include her favourite toys near the bed and reward her. Likewise, it's important to make sure that your dog feels safe and comfortable with their bed, so it's best to place it in a comfortable and familiar spot.
Why is my dog peeing on her bedding?
There are several potential reasons for your dog to urinate on her bed, from relatively normal behaviour like excitement, stress or anxiety to a more serious condition like urinary or kidney problems. You can always talk to a Pet Circle Vet in real time.
How to pick a dog bed?
Picking a dog bed is not an easy task, but don't worry, just check out our handy guide for the best dog beds to decide which bed is best for your dog.
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