Sleep Like a Dog: Best Buy Dog Beds and Dog Bed Reviews (UK)

Sleep Like a Dog: Best Dog Beds and Dog Bed Reviews (UK)

Making sure your Dog sleeps in comfort is a must. A happy dog makes a happy household, but a tired and uncomfortable dog is good for no one.To help you choose the right bed for your dog, have compiled a list of the best dog beds – leaving them with a comfortable and happy night’s sleep.  Take a look and see if any of these are perfect for your pooch. Quick Navigation How to Find a Good Dog BedThings to Look forBest Buy Dog Beds Reviews UK – Comparison Table  Best Extra Large Dog Bed – Acorn Pets Best Large … Read more

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Chew Proof Your Dogs Bed: Top 5 Indestructible Dog Beds

Your dog will spend a lot of their time in bed (if they aren’t snuggled up on the couch), and it is where they spend time relaxing and hanging out when they aren’t walking, or you are busy. As a result, it is important that they are comfortable and able to stretch out if they want. After all, you would hate it if your own bed was cramped and uncomfortable to sleep in.  While comfort is essential, there are many dogs that also require durability because they love nothing more than chewing whatever they can get their mouths on – … Read more

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Can Dogs Get Bed Bugs & What Can You Do About It to treat it?

Credit: https://flic.kr/p/zHUWwBed bug infestations are a topic that most are ashamed to discuss. Having a pest infestation refers to the stigma that you live in a filthy home. Not only is that not true, but you can get bed bugs from the most luxurious hotel that you can imagine. That’s because bed bugs don’t seek filthy places, they just want to feed on fresh blood. And for people with dogs, there’s another thing to worry about – can your dogs get bed bugs?Can Your Dog Get Bed Bugs?The short answer is No, it can’t.  At Dog Owner we know that bed bugs … Read more

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Infographic: How Animals Sleep

Generally, humans are advised to target eight hours’ sleep every night so that they are sufficiently reinvigorate for the next day. The average sleep of dogs is roughly 10.5 hours, a bit longer than the human norm but not drastically different.  Of course, this will vary depending on the breed of dog and its activity, but dogs enjoy what would seen a reasonably lengthy sleep – unlike giraffes or horses, who might only drift off for no more than a couple of hours, or bats, who can doze for up to 20 hours at a time. While it hasn’t been proven … Read more

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