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Dog Beds

Whatever kind of dog bed, pet bed your pooch prefers, you’re sure to find what you need at Petstock! Our extensive range offers the best of contemporary dog bedding like large dog beds, orthopedic beds meeting the needs of dogs of every age and size. Raised dog beds let the air circulate, helping to reduce smells and bacteria. Small dogs love to curl up in luxuriously soft cuddler beds, while larger varieties may prefer to hang out in more spacious beds – some even open with a fold-out blanket. Choose from low or high sides, quality memory foam or even organic pet futons. Buy replacement covers for your dog's raised hessian bed or go for a floor mat or cushion – add a furry rug for extra warmth. Try a ‘storm’ bed with a hooded cover if your dog likes to escape thunder and lightning. Outdoor beds also come in water-resistant material, to beat the elements.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I choose the right dog bed?

When choosing the perfect dog bed, consider your dog's size, breed, age, and sleeping habits. Larger breeds might prefer orthopedic dog beds for joint support, while smaller breeds might enjoy a cozy, enclosed bed. Remember, comfort, quality material, and durability are key factors. Browse through wide range of quality dog beds that cater to all breeds and sizes at Petstock.

What's the best way to clean dog beds?

Keeping your dog bed clean is essential for your pet's health. Most of our dog beds come with removable and machine washable covers for easy maintenance. For those that don't, a good scrub with pet-friendly detergent and warm water should do the trick. Always check the care instructions of your specific dog bed for best results.

How long do dog beds typically last?

The lifespan of a dog bed is not set in stone and can depend on a variety of factors. Its longevity is often influenced by its quality, the materials used, the care provided, and the usage patterns of your pet. Individual pet behaviours can also play a significant role. For instance, some dogs may be harder on their beds than others. Regardless, it's important to monitor the condition of the bed for signs of wear and tear, and consider replacing it if it starts to lose its support or becomes less comfortable for your pet over time.