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Five Key Reasons Your Dog Does Need His Own Bed We know how important your four-legged pal is for you and the way you value his health. Support, rest, comfort and ample sleep are all essential. But for your dog to rest and sleep well, he needs to have a bed of his own where he will not be disturbed. Need more reasons? Here are five: Arthritis Management
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Did you know that dogs can develop arthritis, especially bigger ones? This is due to their big size and weight. Arthritis in dogs cannot be prevented, but it can be slowed down, easing your bud’s pain thorugh the certain therapies, good nutrition, and foot and nail care.
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Great Comfort Considering that fur and coat on his body, it’s obvious that your dog will have unique comfort needs. Thus, he may not like your bed as much as you do. He’ll probably find it too warm even. On top of that, your dog may have to turn around and change positions from time to time during his sleep. This means he’ll get poor quality sleep, which is not healthy at all. This is one of the best reasons to get your pal a bed that is made for dogs. Keeping Your Bed and Couch Clean Every now and then, you may find dog hair all over your bed and couch and spend a few minutes brushing them off or even plucking them out one by one. All pet lovers want their buddies to be comfy and happy, but at the same time, their beds and furniture should also remain clean. This can be a problem if you’re usually too busy or if you like having some friends over. Just by getting your dog a bed of his own, this automatically becomes a non-issue. Injury and Sprain Prevention We all know that dogs enjoy jumping on and out of a bed or couch, and that makes them vulnerable to injuries and sprains. By getting your dog his own bed, he doesn’t have to do that. Protection from Extreme Temperatures Dogs are known to sleep on the floor sometimes. This is mostly okay, but in the event that the temperatures increases or decreases too much, this can be an issue. Having his own bed, your dog will probably not want to sleep on the floor or any bare surface that can put his health or even his life at risk. As we know, extreme temperatures can be harmful to dogs as they can be to humans. These are only some of the most common reasons getting your dog his own bed can help him. Who knows what other benefits await? But one thing’s for sure – these benefits are reserved for you as well as for your buddy. Happy pet for a happy master.