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Calming Dog Beds products have an average rating of 4.6 / 5.0 from 198 reviews
Calming Dog Beds
Anxiety in pets is much more common than you would think. There are many ways you can help your dog feel more secure and happy at home. Pet Circle stocks a wide variety of calming dog beds online, allowing your pet to snuggle up and feel content even when you're not home.
Best calming dog beds based on our customer reviews
|Paws for Life Cosy Calming Bed - Grey||Bought 2 for my older Westies (9 and 12) - they love them, especially my older boy who is usually on my bed at night but now prefers his own fluffy bed. Medium is the perfect size for him to spread out and still rest his head on the bolster. -NARELLE|
|Paws for Life Cosy Calming Bed - Tan||Our pup desperately needed a new bed. His old one was WAY too big and it didn't have any cushion. He would wake us up throughout the night asking to come into bed with us. I saw this bed on Pet Circle and thought it looked so cozy and it seemed like great value for money. WOW!!! Best purchase ever - highly recommend. We have a < a href="https://www.petcircle.com.au/discover/breed-guide-kelpie">cattle dog kelpie and we got the medium. It's the perfect size for him and you can tell he is so much more warm and cozy. He will actually go into his own bed for a nap rather than lying on ours! Love this bed and I will continue to buy as it wears out. It seems like good quality so I assume we have a number of years with this bad boy.- KIRA|
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do dog calming beds work?
There is anecdotal evidence from owners claiming calming dog beds have assisted with anxiety. Anti-anxiety beds feature soft, comfortable and secure bedding. Donut-style varieties will offer more privacy to allow your dog to snuggle and hide away during times of stress.
How can I help my dog with anxiety?
Dogs can suffer from a range of anxieties, fears and phobias. The important thing is to not ignore any behaviour changes and engage the help of your veterinarian and reputable dog trainer.
Anxiety aids and behavioural enrichment like occupier treats and toys have proven beneficial during anticipated periods of stress and anxiety. Calming dog treats, anxiety supplements, calming pheromones and thunder shirts are natural options to help promote the feeling of calm in our dog.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In House Veterinarian