- Size - L (Inner - 28x20 inch, Outer - 39x33 inch)
- Made from 100% soft cotton canvas.
- Equipped with Repelz-It Nano-protection to fight stains, bacteria, dirt & smell.
- Hypoallergenic hollow-core slick fiber makes the bed easy to re-adapt to its original position once the dog get up from it.
- Silicon-coated poly-fill to eradicate any lumping or unevenness of the bed.
- Extremely robust to stand the wear & tear.
- Great for puppies to be house-trained.
- Machine washable.
- 100% pet safe.
- Available in Red, Grey, Brown colours.
Designed with extra care, your pet's comfort is our priority. Your dog will get a solid night's sleep in this luxurious bed. The cushioned plush poly-fill bolster provides your dog exceptional comfort.
It is necessary to provide your dog with a place to sleep where they will be able to rest well and comfortably.
Depending on the training given to your dog, the dog bed will play an important role in teaching your pet where they do and do not have the right to go. This in turn reinforces where the authority lies in your relationship with them.
Which dog bed should I choose?
There are many different dog beds available for you to choose. Be it a form of mattress, basket, corner area, or even a cushion, the bed must be adapted to your dog.
It is important that your dog be able to feel at ease in their bed so that they feel safe to return there. It will also dictate the quality of their sleep. You will quickly discover if the wrong choice of bed has been made - your dog simply won't sleep in it! They will find somewhere else more comfortable for them, which may pose a challenge for you.
Where should I put my dog's bed?
The place where you put the bed will depend on your dog's personality, and also that of your own requirements. If your dog is more independent, the place can be further away, even closer to the garden, while a lapdog may want a resting spot closer to yours.
The choice of place is important. It should not be noisy, so that they can properly rest. It is strongly advised not to put the bed under a table or hidden by furniture as your dog may feel isolated.
Teaching your dog to sleep in their bed
So that your dog will go happily to their bed, it is important to get them used to it, ideally when they are young. You may like to teach this as a command, encouraging them to go to their bed several times a day in the beginning, in order for them to understand what you are asking of them.
You may like to use the clicking method to help with the training process, as well as toys and of course pats and treats. Your dog will quickly learn how to please you and obey your requests.
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