When you have had enough of cleaning your dog’s drool from your favorite sofa, or you simply cannot stand the sight of your elegant leather couch with scratch marks on it, it’s time to take some action and get your shiba puppy or any other dog that you have, his own bed. The advantages are numerous. Your dog gets to have his own private space where he can relax at any time of the day and not depend on your schedule. Once he learns that sleeping or lying in your bed is forbidden, you will no longer deal with the damage caused by your little chewer.
Sharing the bed with a dog, or any other pet is not recommended, especially when it comes to children, who happen to be the all-time dog lovers. However, you have to make them understand that it is in the dog’s best interest to have his own bed. How can you do that? You just have to point out that the dog has special needs just like they do that have to be fulfilled in order for your dog to feel loved and cared for. You have to treat him as a member of the family and think of his well-being while sparing yourself the trouble of cleaning your own bed or sofa after your dog.
The variety that dog beds come in can be overwhelming. The basic criteria for choosing a dog bed for your pet should include size, shape, fabric, and color. You can choose from small, large or medium-size dog beds, round, rectangular or donut dog beds, wooden dog beds, outdoor dog beds, heated dog beds, personalized dog beds, and many more. However, purpose represents an important criterion for some dog owners shopping for beds for their pets. Some old dogs suffering from hip or joint pain or arthritis are in need of special beds and orthopedic dog beds have been designed especially for them. Special beds have also been created for the dogs that love to chew and give their owners a hard time by ruining things around the house if you have one of these dogs the chew-proof Kuranda dog beds are the choice for you.
Orthopedic dog beds are designed for dogs with joint or bone problems, as well as for those that are young but prone to have these types of problems. Some dog breeds make them prone to such problems, especially from a certain age. If your home does not have the appropriate temperature all around the year and your dog likes to lie on the floor a lot, this habit of his may lead to such health problems, which can so easily be prevented with orthopedic dog beds. Such beds should not be an option, but a must if your dog is already showing signs of joint or bone pain or a similar condition.
Orthopedic dog beds are suitable for young healthy dogs as well, in order to keep their joints healthy and try to prevent a serious condition. Orthopedic dog beds come in many sizes and shapes with the overall common factor being the orthopedic grade supportive foam, coil springs, memory foam, and sturdy design that give the added support of your aging four-legged friends.
Other dog owners are faced with a serious and disturbing problem of their dogs chewing everything around the house, including kitchen units, dog flaps, floor coverings, and even some so-called indestructible fabrics. The solution for these people is the Kuranda dog beds.
Kuranda dog beds sport a patented design backed by a warranty to guarantee against the most persistent chewers! Their appeal to many dog owners is the inability for their dog to get at the sturdy fabric to chew and tear the bed. Kuranda dog beds are used at kennels and veterinary offices around the USA for the practicality of their design. They come in many sizes, are easily cleaned, and stand up to the heaviest of breeds. You have a choice of aluminum or poly resin frames with several types of fabrics. Kuranda dog beds are easy to clean, durable, and ideal for both indoor and outdoor use.