There is NO BEHAVIOURAL PROBLEM THAT A DOG BED CANNOT FIX.
A dog’s needs are twofold: they require lots of affection and room.
Because of their instinctual need to protect their territory, dogs should be given their own special spaces in which to rest, play, and hide.
We all enjoy snuggling up with our pets on occasion, but if you allow your dog to sleep in bed with you every night, he or she will learn that “this is your bed too” and may develop behavioural problems if you ask them to leave.
The dog has been allowed on the bed (or couch) on a regular basis, and now you’re abruptly informing them they can’t do so. There may be snarling, barking, and bewilderment as a result.
You can teach your dog the value of rest and relaxation by giving them their own bed to sleep in.
Providing a bed for your dog will prevent it from sleeping in inappropriate places like on the couch or in your bed.
When exhausted, dogs will do anything to get some rest, including crawling into bed with you, clawing up your furniture, or muddying up your otherwise spotless carpet.
Wouldn’t you rather it be a dog bed and not your couch where your dog may do his or her pre-sleep circling, kneading, and digging in peace?
Provide your dog with a comfortable place to sleep and you won’t have to worry about them chewing up your furniture or disturbing you.
A DOG BED DEMONSTRATES YOUR SENSE OF STYLE
You should get your dog a bed, but you should use it too.
You want your house to be a reflection of who you are, whether you’re in Sydney, Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane, or way out in woop-woop. The bed you give your dog should serve its purpose, but that doesn’t mean you can’t also find one that looks great and fits in with your current decor.
Dog bed offers long-term support and relaxation.
The core of any wonderful dog bed is the level of comfort it provides for your dog while they sleep, and there are several high-quality options available. Your dog will be as cosy and supported as you are, and that will help you get some shut-eye.
Keeping your home’s aesthetic in mind, we designed our own Linen Dream fabric for The Cloud Dog Lounge. This fabric has all the aesthetic charm of natural woven linen while being ultra-durable, hypoallergenic, and safe for your dog.
Oh, and inside is a plush tri-layer memory foam “cocoon,” specially created to provide your dog with the utmost comfort and support while they snooze and dream about chasing cats.
Almost enough to make you green with envy.
Canine beds will cut down on your cleaning time.
Dogs tend to shed a lot, so it’s important to choose a bed for your pet that’s simple to clean.
Pet hair and dust tend to get stuck in the fibres of cheap human dog beds, making regular maintenance difficult. If the cover of the dog bed isn’t removable and washing, maintaining it will be an endless cycle of untangle fur and remove dirt.
Chasing Winter’s Signature Linen Dream cover will outlive the competition and save you a tonne of time each month on maintenance.
It’s made to resist stains, maintain its colour, dry quickly, and protect against stains and messes from your dog (including stray fur, dirt, drool, flea larvae, and water droplets) while also masking any unpleasant odours your dog may give off. Plus, you can simply vacuum off any stray food far from the covers, and the inner can be aired out and deodorised while the covers are being washed in the washing machine.
It’s not hard to figure out how to clean dog beds if you get a bed that has a self-cleaning feature.
A dog’s needs are twofold: they require lots of affection and room. When exhausted, dogs will do anything to get some rest, including crawling into bed with you. Chasing Winter’s Signature Linen Dream cover will outlive the competition and save you a tonne of time each month on maintenance. This fabric has all the aesthetic charm of natural woven linen while being ultra-durable, hypoallergenic, and safe for your dog.