You may already know that sleeping on memory foam can greatly improve your quality of sleep, reduce the number of aches and pains in your body, and increase your overall circulation. Still, you might not have thought to ask: is your pet comfortable? Many dogs, for example, get aches and pains, especially around the hips. They can experience arthritis and other bone and muscle problems, just like humans. Why not invest in a memory foam dog bed?
Memory foam dog beds are crafted using the same technology as that used for memory foam mattresses, mattress pads, and pillows. Their “open-celled” composition and temperature sensitivity allow for the best balance between comfort and support available. The only difference is that they are shaped and sized for your dog.
Some manufacturers of memory foam mattresses also make dog beds. Ask your dealer, or inquire at your favorite local pet supplies outlet. You can also buy them online. Memory foam dog beds can cost you as little as $80 and as much as $240.
Your dog might need a period of acclimation to his or her new bed. When shifting positions, your dog might be surprised at the “lumps” left by his last position. Encourage him to stay with it; the lumps disappear within a few minutes after switching positions. If your dog doesn’t seem to have the patience for this, or if the surface temperature of the bed gets a little high, try covering it with a woolen blanket.
Memory foam dog beds are soft enough to reduce pressure on joints and other jutting body parts, yet firm enough to satisfy your dog’s instinctual need to sleep on solid ground. Plus, they promote healthy circulation while keeping dogs warm and comfortable.
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