3 Times Your Dog Bed Needs to Do More
Susan Garrett, the self-proclaimed “Queen of Dog Beds”, explains the 3 times when your dog bed needs to be more than “just a dog bed”.
#1 When you have a geriatric dog. It’s important to have a dog bed that takes pressure of potential painful joints and pressure points. This is accomplished through dog beds that contain ROHO® Air Flotation® Technology. These air pockets eliminate pressure points, and geriatric pets move better after resting on a bed with this technology.
#2 If your dog has an orthopedic condition. These dogs should not be resting on hard surfaces. When they do you’ll notice that they get up very stiff. I have a dysplastic dog, and if I place an UnderDog bed where she normally likes to lay, it makes all the difference in the world to her and how she gets up every day.
#3 When you have your dog in a crate for rest or travel. I put the UnderDog bed in my dog crates because I know if I’m in an airplane and there is any turbulence that they’re not banging against a hard crate. And when they’re in their crates in the car, I know that my dogs aren’t going to have any pressure sores from laying in an uncomfortable crate.