4 Ways to Help Your Pup Through the Cold Winter Weather

When the temp drops, it's important to be mindful of your pup's needs. Not all dogs (and dog breeds) handle the cold well and it's important that we help them not only stay healthy (did you know dogs can get pneumonia?) but also that they are getting enough rest and nourishment.


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August 05, 2015

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Finding the Right Bed for Your Dog

If your pup is like most, they will sleep just about anyplace. Even if you have beds for them all around the house, you might find them on the sofa, snoozing on top of the paper bags in the pantry, on the bath mat or on top of the pile of laundry on the floor.

Check out Norman's bed of choice on this day.

We know that pups can sleep anyplace but that doesn't mean we want them too. So here are 4 types of beds for your dog that might just get them to nap on them rather than the kids toy box.


The Hideaway

If you have a pup that likes to snuggle and hide then these beds are wonderful.  They have a open spot and then a little pouch for then to burrow under. Small dogs generally like these types of beds.

Bolster Bed

These types of beds are great for big dogs and they generally have at least three soft sides to them. They are larger and take up more space but you can have multiple small dogs sleep on one or one larger dog rule the roost.


Round Pillow

These are basically one really large pillow.  Sometimes they have the ability to remove the cover and wash it, which is nice.


Soft Dog House

These are so cute! They are great for dogs under 8 pounds.  They are simple soft, fabric dog houses.  You can put a blanket inside for snuggling too! They come in a lot of styles and prices.