Wednesday, 24 February 2010
Why A Waterproof Dog Bed Is The Way to Go If Your Dog Loves Getting Wet And Muddy
Could you benefit from the use of a waterproof dog bed? Does your beloved dog come in wet and muddy from a walk and jump on your clean sofa or make a mess on your carpet? If he does, then your answer should be ‘yes, I could benefit from the use of a waterproof dog bed’.
Dogs are great companions. They come in all shapes and sizes, and all, like their owners, have different personalities and different preferences. There’s never a dull moment. But one thing they all have in common is the fact that they just love going for walkies. Be it just a short stroll around the corner or a ten-mile hike, they’ll love it. Just mention the right word and their tongues are hanging out, their tails are wagging, and if they’re anything like my dog, they’ll be hopping round in circles chasing their own tail with excitement. To them nothing beats going for a walk.
Even if it’s raining, they’ll happily go out with you as opposed to just going in the garden. But with rain comes mud, and even after it stops, it’s still going to be wet and muddy. Taking your dog out can be fun but messy. They’ll go running, they’ll go splashing, and they’ll get covered in mud, but you won’t mind. You’ll be thinking `thank god I have my waterproof dog bed`. This is where you can really benefit from owning one.
Waterproof dog beds are ideal for either indoor use, outdoor use, in the back garden or even in the back of the car. They are so practical no mucky pup owner should be without one. The outer liner is not only waterproof, but can be easily removed and washed, or just wiped down if needed. It is also versatile and robust.
But it’s not only you who can benefit from owning one. Your hound will benefit, too. The bed inner is made from soft fibre that gives warmth and comfort – the exact things you expect any dog bed to provide. This helps produce a happy and relaxed dog, and what’s more, because the outer lining is waterproof, it stops any wetness from a wet dog seeping through. By keeping the soft inner dry, you keep it warm, which in turn keeps your dog cosy and prevents it from getting a chill.
And a dry bed doesn’t get that terrible ‘damp dog’ smell that can linger from it.
So, if you have a dog who likes going out, who likes splashing in muddy puddles, who often comes home covered in mud, and who just loves to make a soggy mess on your carpet or sofas, then a waterproof dog bed is definitely the way to go for you.
Posted by Tent-Tassimo at 05:23