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Treat your Dog to the Most Comfortable Bed on Earth no Matter what Size Dog you Have

Orthopedic dog beds are made with premium foam filling and provide superior comfort and support. Ideal and often necessary for aging/arthritic dogs, they are specially-designed to cushion and support bones and joints, helping to ease stiffness and discomfort.  Although these premium beds are often used for older dogs or large breed dogs, the premium comfort and support will be appreciated by dogs of any age or breed!

Dog orthopedic beds are carefully constructed to support our aging dog. During recent years, memory foam has begun to play a major role in canine orthopedic support. In fact, memory foam dog beds are used for all age dogs.

One of the first things that happens when a dog ages, is they lose flexibility.  Jumping up and down becomes painfully challenging. Like their human counterparts, they can wake from a nap stiff and unable to negotiate well.

Choose your dogs orthopedic mattress with care. Memory foam that sinks in too deeply can be difficult to get out of. Conversely, if a cushion is too stiff, they can't nestle in, as well. The idea behind memory foam and gel foam cushions is to relieve pressure on arthritic hips and joints. Another plus is that memory foam actually radiates heat back onto these sore areas. For many dogs this remedy works extremely well. If your dog tends to overheat too easily, they may not enjoy this memory foam feature.  The Preferred Comfort Deluxe Dog Bed might work better for them.

Orthopedic beds provide a more restful sleep for energetic and growing puppies. They come in just about every size and design imaginable; from crate and kennel mats, to dog furniture!  We even offer dog beds with soothing therapeutic heat.  Most of these beds feature removable and washable covers, allowing you to keep your dog's sleeping area clean and fresh!  A quality orthopedic pet bed can be considered a sound investment in the comfort and well-being of your dog, and will last for many years to come.