We know there are many mattress options available for humans: spring-loaded, firm, temperature-controlled, or hybrids to name a few. But did you know there are many options for dogs too? Dogs can sleep up to 14 hours a day and puppies up to 20, so you want to make sure you choose a great, ergonomic bed to keep them comfortable and cozy.
Variety of Sizes
This brand might be well known for top-quality human mattresses; they also make great models for man’s best friend. Casper
A memory foam mattress is a great way to give your dog a little bit more support. This soft, thick material can make a big difference, especially if you have an older dog with achy joints or arthritis. Memory foam gently lifts the body, which relieves common pressure points and leads to a longer, healthier rest. Just make sure you get a memory foam bed with a washable, removable exterior to keep things fresh, and you’ll be ready to roll while your pup dreams of running after squirrels.
Easy on the Joints
Perfect for pups both big and small, this soft bunk has egg-crate style cushions to support pressure points, distribute weight, and improve air circulation. Furhaven
There are many expensive dog beds out there, often for a good reason, but finding a cozy bed doesn’t have to break the bank. The best thing to pay attention to is size and material. If you have a small dog, like a beagle or dachshund, you probably don’t need a bed larger than 35 inches. A medium-sized dog, like a border collie or shiba inu, will be snug and warm in a bed that’s under 33 inches. A large dog, like a German shepherd or standard poodle will be happy in a bed under 40 inches. Orthopedic foam is a great thing to consider for general comfort and extra support for older dogs. We recommend getting a bed with bolsters, which provide a sense of security and satisfies their natural instinct to dig and burrow.
Strong and Soft
With a washable exterior that can survive a brutal attack from your young puppy, this unit will support your pooch while saving your wallet from purchasing replacements. Carhartt
While support, size and comfort should be your priorities when it comes to selecting a bed for your dog, you can also think about how your pooch treats his stuff. If you know your dog tends to chew up, dig in, or slobber all over the bed to the point where you always have a replacement on standby, we recommend going with a model with a cover made from canvas rather than plush or microfiber, so it’ll last longer.