Jack Russell's are a tenacious breed of dogs that are full of energy and have a reputation of being arrogant, but loyal. After a hard day of playing outside, running through the yard, chasing after the cat, and just being a dog, a Jack Russell needs some place to relax. Some Jack Russell's are allowed on the furniture but if your dog is not, a dog bed could be the right thing for them. Dog beds have been known to allow the animal to relax in complete comfort in knowing that the dog bed that they lie on is theirs.
It gives them a sense of ownership and territory that allows them to claim their bed as their spot. They know when they come inside at their bed will be in the same spot that they left it and it will give them a sense of comfort and well-being.
For the owner of a Jack Russell, a dog bed will give the owner a break from having to clean the human furniture from hair and other debris. No more will little nails dig into your leather couch or fabric recliner, and you will know that the hair and the other debris your Jack Russell brings in from outside is in one place.
Having the bed collect most of the debris makes for an easy cleanup. Most dog beds come with a removable fabric lining that can be thrown into the washer and clean easily. Not only can the dog beds be used in the house, many can be used in the awful bill as well for road trips.
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