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Does my dog really need a Bed?

Does my dog ​​really need a bed?

Does my dog ​​really need a bed?

I mean come on Is a bed really necessary for my dog? Can’t he just sleep on the floor? These are all questions that a lot of worries are about as to whether it is really worth spending a few dollars buying a bed for your furry friend.

Dog beds are not a necessity first of all, yes we are a retailer and we are here to tell you the truth. Owning a bed is not detrimental to their physical health, they don’t need cutting edge temperaments like many of us do, like comforters and silky blankets. Dogs are designed to live in the wild, while domesticated animals is not a requirement. Sure, they can collapse on your couch, but they can leave a stain here and there and that may not be what you want on your brand new sofa.

However, dog beds certainly offer comfort. I mean, would you like your best friend who just arrived from England to sleep on your floor? While he would most likely mind, dogs are known as pets and will certainly be part of your family (and they know it – while you might think you had them on a leash, it’s always the other way around). A bed is not only important to give them a spot-free living space, but also to give them a space in which they can call themselves. While you might own a dog house or dog crate, a bed gives them a more open lounge area known for easing anxiety and extending rest times, and we all knew the importance of proper rest. Rest is known to replenish your muscles and relax your mind. The more comfortable they are, the more likely they are to fall into a deeper sleep known as REM. It is important for them to get that sleep so your dog isn’t as moody as most of us when our coffee runs over our brand new trench coats.

Sleep is the most important nightly routine that lengthens life and replenishes our cells. We have all heard of the adage “look who slept on the wrong side of the bed” which is actually very true without a reasonable lack of sleep moods certainly being affected and which causes rest periods throughout the day when it actually is it is more difficult to achieve REM sleep. In short, yes, investing in the right dog bed that offers the best possible comfort, while not actually a necessity, offers numerous health benefits. If you don’t like sleeping on the floor, you probably don’t want your best friend to either. At the end of the day, dogs are part of your family and will love you no matter what. But to scream out loud if you haven’t already and are a new pet owner, please buy them a dog bed and take those newspapers off the floor like a scene from the movie Big Daddy with Adam Sandler. You need a good night’s sleep, and so do we!

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  • June 22, 2020
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