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Where is the Best Place to Put Your Dog’s Bed

Where is the Best Place to Put Your Dog’s Bed

Photo by Kaboompics .com from Pexels When it comes to your pet, every detail counts. That must have a suitable place to rest for them to be happy and comfortable. Below are some suggestions to where you can put your dog's bed. A quiet spot Put your dog in a place where it doesn't distract them from the noise outside. In the hallway or near the front door won't be a good idea since your pet will be always alert and won't have a restful sleep. You must find a place for them to relax, and dogs won't rest unless...

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Why Your Dog Needs an Orthopedic Bed

Why Your Dog Needs an Orthopedic Bed

When we think of orthopedic dog beds, we think of senior dogs as these types of beds are great for their back. While it is true that seniors benefit a lot from these types of beds, lots of dogs of any age can benefit from orthopedic dogs beds. Dogs sleep for 20 hours a day Most pet parents don't realize that dogs sleep for up to 20 hours per day. The National Sleep Foundation https://www.sleep.org/how-much-do-dogs-sleep/ mentions that dogs sleep between 12 to 14 hours per day, and puppies will sleep from 18 to 20 hours per day. That's a lot...

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Why It Is Not Safe to Sleep with Your Pet

Why It Is Not Safe to Sleep with Your Pet

Sleeping with pets isn't unusual; in fact, a survey by the American Pet Products Association states that 45% of dogs sleep with their owner's bed, and 62% of cats sleep with their owners. But there are many risks to sleeping with your pet. Below are some of those: Lower quality of sleep Recent studies have shown that owners sharing a bed with their pets have found to have more significant sleep disturbances than people who do not sleep with their pets. Below are some ways animals can reduce your quality of sleep. Your pets often sleep on you. If you...

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How to Encourage Your Dog to Sleep in Their Bed

How to Encourage Your Dog to Sleep in Their Bed

Photo by Lisa Fotios from Pexels Dogs are pack animals, and when you adopt a dog, you become members of their pack. Typical behavior of pack animals is that they sleep together for bonding and their protection. While some dog owners enjoy having a pet by their side, some pet owners have allergies that prohibit this kind of setting. Also getting their bed helps you avoid getting rid of pet hair, dander, or getting it infested with fleas most of the time. But getting a bed is only the beginning. Teaching them to sleep in their own bed will take a lot of...

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