Why Your Dog Needs A Dog Bed
Our dogs are part of our families. They provide
companionship and love in exchange for very little. When one considers
the needs of their pet, itís a small list consisting of food, dishes, a
toy or two and a leash. But, what about a bed? At bedtime, they are
often left to curl up on the floor or an old couch but neither of these
provides the support a healthy, pain-free body requires. Whatís more,
just as your dog needs his own food dish and toys, so too does he need a
sleeping space to call his own. This sense of personal possession curbs
bad habits in dogs like jumping up on furniture and claiming their
Beyond the sense of security a dog feels from having his special place to lie down, a good dog bed provides insulation from the floor which can get cold and drafty during the winter months. Nestling into a cozy, plush bed is the perfect way to get the chill out of our bones during those cold months.
Not only does a good dog bed insulate your dog from the chills and drafts, but it also cushions your petís tender joints and bones from the hard floor. This is especially important for older, arthritic, or overweight dogs whose joints can become quite strained and painful. An orthopedic dog bed can employ state-of-the-art high memory fiber, memory foam or ortho foam technology to ensure your friend is cradled in soft, cushioned support.
An added bonus of providing your dog with its own sleeping area is that your house cleaning is reduced. Hair and dander are concentrated in a single location so clean-up is as simple as removing the bed cover, washing and replacing. A high quality dog bed is even anti-odor, antibacterial and stain resistant so your petís cozy spot is as pleasant for you to be around as it is for your dog.
A Mammoth superior quality dog bed can provide a lifetime of good health and comfort for your pet. From puppy to senior, a good bed will insulate and cushion while providing an important sense of security for your friend. At the end of a day, youíll both rest well.