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Dog beds come in such a large variety of shapes, materials, sizes and styles, it can be difficult to know which bed will be the right one for your dog. Many dog owners prefer to have their dog sleep in bed with them. While that may or may not be your preference, it’s still important that your dog have his or her own bed to lie down and rest comfortably. Your dog’s bed should be placed in an area of the home where there is family activity and you can even put the dog’s toy box nearby. If you have a puppy, you may want to hold off on buying an expensive dog bed until after the puppy is through housebreaking and most of his or her teething. You can buy an inexpensive bed while the puppy is small or even use an old quilt or blanket until the likelihood of chewing has passed. To get the correct size dog bed for your dog, take time to observe your dog at rest and asleep to see what position the dog naturally assumes. Some dogs love to curl up tightly in a ball while others prefer to lie flat on their side with their legs straight out. Watch your dog sleeping and measure the area the dog’s body takes up while they’re lying down. This will give you the dimensions you’ll need when ordering a bed for your dog. Large square or round pillows are good for dogs who like to stretch out on their side. Beds with bumpers or walls surrounding the cushion are better for dogs that prefer to curl up. If your dog sleeps inside a crate, there are crate mats or pads that can be placed inside the …
Question by : How to teach a dog to sleep in a dog bed?
Ok, so my weiner dog always jumps up on my bed, I push him off but he just comes back up. I then put him outside and shut the door he was scratching all night. I just put him in my bed because I needed sleep for a test tomorrow. Well, I bought him a new dog bed but he won’t go in it, he just runs straight back into my room. How can I teach him to stay in the dog bed?
Answer by ladystang
put in crate
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