Is your dog sleeping all over the place?
Is your dog sleeping on his bed sometimes and the floor or the furniture at other times? Then he may appreciate another bed. More beds mean more comfort for him and more love for you! As a general rule, you should have a bed for each room where the family might gather. You and your family are his pack and he’ll want to be close to you, the kids, or other dogs. With multiple beds, your dog(s) can find a comfortable spot to relax anyplace that the rest of the pack gathers.
If you’re in the living room watching TV, for example, there should be a bed or sofa there. When you’re hanging out by the pool or on the patio, then an outdoor dog bed should be nearby. If your dog likes to sleep on your bed, but he’s too old to jump onto the bed, then you also should get a dog bed for your bedroom. Or, you might decide to get a dog ramp to make it easier for him.
Give ’em a great sleep wherever they like
Are you wondering how many beds you’ll need now? Let your dog help you decide. Dogs spend most of their time sleeping, so it’s essential to their comfort to have a bed anywhere that they might feel the need to plop down for a power nap. Having multiple beds will especially help senior dogs. They provide places where your dog can rest and get some relief from joint pain, arthritis, or other common conditions. It’s not necessary to fill your house with luxury dog beds! A few cozy, calming beds will do just fine!
Besides, you don’t want dog beds in every room. You may don’t want Fido sleeping in the laundry room or the upstairs bedrooms or in front of the bathroom door. You may entice your fur-baby to move to a better spot when there’s a cozy bed available.
An extra dog bed is also handy for those times when the other beds are in the laundry.
It’s good for you and your furry friend!
You could always just move his one bed around, but we’re pretty sure that would get old, especially when you find him sleeping on the living room floor after you’ve moved his bed into your bedroom for the night!
Make it easy on yourself and paradise for your fur-baby by providing a comfy spot for him to hang out with the pack, wherever you are!