All good pet owners want to take care of their dogs and make them as comfortable as possible. Dogs get arthritis just like we do and like a soft place to sleep. If you have an old dog, or a dog with joint problems, it can be hard to help your loyal friend get comfortable.
Investing in an orthopedic dog bed is a great way to help your dog rest easier and give him some much deserved relief. These beds are generally more expensive than regular dog beds because they need to provide a more comfortable surface with thicker padding. One of the four beds listed here might work to make your dog’s life just a little easier.
If you have a large dog, investing in the Big Barker Pillow Top Orthopedic Dog Bed 7-Inche Headrest Edition is a good idea. The bottom has two inches of comfort foam, three inches of support foam and then another two inches of support foam on top of the comfort foam so it’s nice and plush. […]Read More
The Happy Hounds Oscar Orthopedic Dog Bed, which is fairly big at 36 by 48 inches gives your dog plenty of room to stretch out. The fabric is heavy duty and water resistant, so accidents will be easier to deal with. The cover is removable for easy washing. The padding is a nice four inches […]Read More
The ultimate pet bed is great for pets of all ages, especially pets with arthritis or bone, hip, or joint problems. If your dog needs special attention because he has problems with his neck, then you might want to get the Large Orthopedic Memory Foam Joint Relief Bolster Dog Bed – because this one has […]Read More
Another good bolster bed you can buy is the K&H Ortho Bolster Sleeper Pet Bed. The inner foam is made of orthopedic foam used in medical facilities, so it’s perfect for pets that tend to be in pain or have trouble with stiffness. The foam is a nice three inches of thickness and the sleeping […]Read More