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Dog Cushions & Mats products have an average rating of 4.4 / 5.0 from 136 reviews
Dog cushions and mats
Dog cushions and mats are a wonderful and versatile bedding option for your pooch. Dog cushions are an excellent addition to dog crates and kennels for an extra touch of comfort. Pet Circle stocks a number of dog pet cushion beds and dog mats online to suit every dog's individual size and preference.
Best dog cushions and mats based on our customer reviews
|Paws for Life Bolster Mat Grey||We bought this to fit our Paws for Life XL crate. It fits well. I was a bit concerned that the base/sleeping area wasn't thick enough but our German Shepherd Puppy was overjoyed - lay straight on it and loves resting his head on the bolster border. We were lucky to purchase it on special - but even at full price, it's worth it.-JESS|
|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. I think I'll get another one for inside. And to swap for the one in her cabana on those days when she brings it out for washing and I can't get it dry it in time. - LIZA|
|Kazoo Pillow Cushion||Wonderful snuggly lounge bed for our German Shepherd. I was impressed by the quality, especially for the price and it will fit into her crate as well.- WENDY|
Frequently Asked Questions:
Why do dogs move their beds?
You may have seen your dog moving their bed or blanket around and wonder what compels them to do this? There are a few possible motivators driving this behaviour.
In the wild, dogs will dig down into the ground to hide themselves. Our pet dogs moving their bed around may be a residual instinct to find an ideal spot where they feel secure. Your dog may also be seeking out comfort, looking for a cooler or warmer location, moving their bed around to be closer to you or more privacy from the family.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In House Veterinarian