Have you ever noticed how your pet dog loves sleeping beside you in your bed? You frequently tell your dog to get off but it just wont listen to you. Yes, you adore your pet, there’s no question about it. However, you just can’t let your dog sleep beside you no matter how adorable it may seem. Admit it, the way your dog snores and drools in your bed really keeps you up at night. In situations like this, you should finally get your dog its own dog bed.
Otis uses his chewing-bone toy to train us in doing a lot of things for him. First he invented a new way with the bone game. He would pick it up, present it to me with a lot of tail-wagging and run away with it. I figured I had to run after him until I catch him. And then we do a little tug-of-bone. He won’t give it up until I give him a body massage. Then I will throw it away again and follow the same ritual. Take note: Otis uses the bone to control me instead of me controlling him. Feeling him enjoy his massage makes me wonder when I could have a good one myself.
You may be thinking of more unique dog gifts. Unique personalized dog gifts are always welcome and are certain to put a smile on any dog lovers face. A personalized Hundeseng or pillow, keepsake box, the pet’s photo and name on a doggy throw, Id tag or a framed portrait of their canine friend are all practical and perfect dog presents.
It is important to look out for other factors to while shopping for such products. Any bed is prone to collecting dust, fur, and other things, and must be washed occasionally. A good washing will help rid the bed of any pests that could plague your dog, and benefits the overall health of your pet too.
The medium dogs stand 13-21″ tall from the ground to the shoulder and will weigh anywhere from 30 to 60 pounds. Some of the popular breeds include the Cocker Spaniel, Australian Cattle Dog, Finnish Spitz, Keeshond and Bulldogs. While choosing nest dog beds you need to ensure that the bed has a diameter of 30-35 inches and while the pillow dog beds should measure 35″ long by 35″ wide.
Watching your dog grow old can be a painful process. You see him change from a young, healthy, active pup, to a dog who is tired and possibly sick a lot of the time. They can develop some major health problems during those final few years. Some of the more common ailments which affect older dogs are arthritis and hip dysplasia. These conditions will cause your older pet a lot of pain, and many people are unsure of what to do with their dogs with stiff joints.
There are over 80 various designs and shapes of pet beds these days. The quality and the materials may differ but it is up to you to decide which suits your pet’s needs. So what are the things to consider? First you have to take in consideration the size of your pet. You may have big dogs or kittens. But you should think of getting an extra allowance for the size because the bed may not be useful when your doggie grows up.