Why Your Dog Needs A Bedcolby
We don’t often think about the importance of a dog bed, but veterinarians agree that it is something all dog owners should know. A good bed provides insulation, support for our backs and joints, warmth, and a feeling of security. When a dog has a bed of their own, they get all of these benefits, and more.
Dog beds provide important benefits:
Dog beds keep your dog off the cold, drafty floor year-round. In the wintertime especially, who doesn’t love a cozy place to curl up and nap?
Privacy & security
Beds give your dog a special place of their own in your home to retreat to whenever necessary. This will give them a sense of security and comfort.
Cushioning for joints and bones
A soft place to lay is especially important for older, arthritic, or overweight dogs. A dog bed offers extra support for dogs who have joint pain and discomfort.
Dog beds help prevent injuries by keeping your dog from jumping up to and down from high furniture. This is especially beneficial for smaller breeds and older dogs.