How to Choose the best dog bed
Dog's are woman's best friend. That is not a very popular saying but humans and dogs have a long history. You may also wonder if Adam and Eve had a dog in the Garden of Eden. A lot of people consider dogs as part of the family and not just as a pet. A few have been known to sleep on the same bed with their dogs. Others consider this a dirty and desperate thing to do. They believe a dog should not be allowed to sleep in the same bed as its owners no matter how cute the dog might be. Others have even gone further by naming their dog or dogs in their will. Imagine the surprise of the family members when they find out that not only does the dog sleep on the bed but also has the right to the house. They might start to get strange thoughts like making the dog suddenly disappear.
Let us get back to choosing the best dog bed. Some dogs are just like children, they might think your bed is theirs and you have to find yourself another bed. That will be your fault for not choosing the best dog bed from the onset. That being said, what is the best dog bed in town and what must you look for when choosing a dog bed.
Size does matter and the bigger your dog, the bigger the dog bed must be. How comfortable will you feel if your feet keep sticking out of your bed? Think about the boy dog. How will your dog feel if his tail was to stick out of the dog bed? Not that you really care. If you dog is not happy, he can get a job and buy a better dog bed.
Another thing to consider when choosing a dog bed is how easy it will be to clean. If your dog hasn't learned the basics of not wetting the bed, you don't want a dog bed that will be soaked with urine. If you cannot get a dog bed that is easy to wash you might end up with a dog bed full of bugs. The most appropriate dog beds are those that are designed like a beach chair. They are framed dog beds and are easier to move around. These dog beds offer a better alternative to the cushion-like dog beds. They are also easier to clean which is important when it comes to dogs.
Another thing to consider is the price. Love does come at a price and money comes into play when you want to choose a dog bed. The prices are from $10 to about $30. That should give you an idea of what to expect when choosing a dog bed.
What if your dog is female and you feel like buying a pink dog bed? You are allowed to do whatever you want with your money and your dog. However, it will be difficult to find a pink dog bed that you like. What if your dog doesn't like pink? Dogs are said to be color blind so buy whatever dog bed you like and your dog will adjust to it