Insulation: Quality dog beds provide your dog with insulation from both the heat of summer and the bitter cold of winter and fall.

Personal Space: A bed allows them to have their own space, a place where they can curl up and relax.

Cushion/Support: For older dogs and dogs with joint or bone problems.

Shed & Dander Control: A bed can also aid in some allergy and dog clean-up relief, by providing a main area for a majority of their shedding and/or dander to be contained.

Injury Prevention: Using a dog bed can help reduce the chances of "furniture hazards," such as your dog jumping off the couch; which is often your pooch's favorite place to lie, especially when you are away.

Protection from the Elements: Providing a cozy, warm bed for a dog that spends most of her time outdoors is critical. The Indoor/Outdoor Bed is tough, water repellent and can be used inside or out.

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