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Waterproof Dog Beds products have an average rating of 4.1 / 5.0 from 20 reviews
Waterproof dog beds
If your dog enjoys the great outdoors, or needs a little extra protection from wee accidents, waterproof dog beds are a durable and versatile option for your pooch. Pet Circle stocks a number of waterproof dog beds online to suit every dog's lifestyle.
Best waterproof dog beds based on our customer reviews
|Kazoo Dog Bed Porch Pillow Assorted||Fully waterproof, this bed is great as I can hose it off. Really happy with it.-DANIELLE|
|Kazoo Dog Bed Verandah||I purchased this bed to put inside our dog crate and it is perfect. Two dogs (border collie and mini dachshund) sleep on it every night and we have no issues with durability. Washing it is no problem we just pop it in the washing machine on a gentle cycle and then hang it on the line to dry. - JESSICA|
|Kazoo Dog Bed Cave||Very easy to train my dog to use the bed when inside as she seems to want to go there on command and just by herself. She loves it! - SIMON|
Frequently Asked Questions:
How to waterproof a dog bed?
Whether you are seeking a weather resistant dog bed, or a bed that can withstand the odd toilet accident, there are a few practical features to look for:
- Water-resistant fabric
- Machine washable cover
- Waterproof mattress liner, especially for porous materials
If your dog has regular accidents in bed, consider pee pads and nappies to reduce your washing load. Ensure nappies and pee pads are changed as soon as soiled to avoid skin infection and urine scald. To protect the inside of the bed, if your bed comes with a removable cover, you can place a mattress protector inside, then replace the cover to protect your dog's mattress from any moisture leaking inside. Always ensure your dog cannot chew any part of the mattress protector and always supervise your pet with bedding, as no dog bed is indestructible.
Regular toileting accidents or leaking urine should not be considered normal. If your dog does have toileting accidents, it is important you seek veterinary attention.
To find out more about urinary issues in dogs, read our articles on Urinary crystals in pets and Kidney disease in pets. If you have just welcomed a puppy to the family and interested in knowing more about toilet training, read Pooping, Barking, Biting: The ultimate puppy training guide.
Author info: Dr Nicole du Plessis - Pet Circle In House Veterinarian