There's one for every room of the house.
When you first bring home your new furry friend, you need certain supplies: Food and water bowls, some toys for playtime, and at least one sleeping area. The best dog beds are ones your pet will love, use, and not tear into shreds, as well as the right type to suit your pet's sleeping style. First, think about your pup's needs. Puppies or heavy chewers will need a durable dog bed that can stand up to their teeth. Older dogs may do well with a memory foam or orthopedic dog bed to distribute their weight evenly and prevent pressure sores, if they lay on them for long periods of time. Dogs who like to burrow under blankets may prefer a nest-style bed, while fluffy pups who sprawl out on the kitchen floor might enjoy a cooling platform instead. If you just adopted your new best friend, start her off with a pile of blankets and watch to see how she sleeps for a few days, to decide which bed will work best. Look for beds that are water-resistant and come with washable covers, in case of messes. And if you have multiple dogs, you may also want to invest in more than one bed. Some pooches like to sleep cuddled together, but others can get a bit territorial if forced to share a space.