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Give your dog a warm, cushioned corner that they can retreat to after a long day of playing and cuddling. The Labbvenn Dog Bed STOKKE features orthopedic memory foam and a 360° support design for a restful sleep every night.
True to our Scandinavian heritage, this dog bed features a neutral pastel shade with a soothingly subtle heather finish.
A COMPANION FOR YEARS
The Labbvenn Dog Bed STOKKE is handcrafted with exceptionally soft fabric that is durable enough to resist your dog’s scratches, excitement, and playfulness for years to come.
S - 70 x 50 x 22 cm
M - 90 x 70 x 26 cm
L - 110 x 90 x 30 cm
- Inner Mattress: 100% Cotton (Oeko-Tex® Standard 100)
- Foam Filling: 100% Polyurethane (Oeko-Tex® Standard 100) - Highly elastic, pressure and deformation resistant, high air-permeability, anti-allergic
- Belt: 100% full grain leather
- Cover: 100% Polyester
The base cushions of the STOKKE dog beds are covered with high quality cotton and filled with elastic air-permeable foam which perfectly moulds to the dog's body. The sides of the bed are soft but also firm enough to support the head of a dog. Moreover, the dog bed supports the spine, gives relief to the joints and provides maximum comfort.The delicate bed cover, which is made of a soft, durable and easy-to-clean fabric, ensures peaceful sleep and protection against cold.In order to maintain excellent material properties, the mattress and its cover should be cleaned and taken care of regularly.
Do not tumble dry / Do not bleach / Do not Iron / Delicate cycle - water temperature max 30 °C / Dry clean
- After washing leave it on a rack to air dry
- The mattress will maintain the original shape and resilience if it is fluffed up regularly, to avoid any shifts of the filling
Do not tumble dry / Do not bleach / Iron, Steam or dry with low heat max temp 110 °C / Delicate cycle- water temperature max 30 °C / Dry clean
- Wash inside out
- Dog hair can be removed with an upholstery brush.
- Intense use may cause roughness and bobbling (pilling) of the surface. This process cannot be prevented, therefore, it is not subject to warranty coverage.
Due to the properties of the natural leather after washing, the leather belt may lose its elasticity, it may become stiffer and darker. The logo embossed on the belt may become less visible
The answer is yes. Most dogs sleep for 12 hours a day and it's not good for them to sleep on the floor, especially if they are older. Dogs need a place of their own as it gives them a place to feel safe, which is important especially for anxious dogs. The bed also reduces the amount of hair and dirt that ends up on your furniture.
After some use, regular dog beds begin flattening out and causing your dog or puppy incredible discomfort. When a dog lies down on an orthopedic bed, he shouldn’t be able to feel the floor through the bed. Preventing achy joints, stiff muscles, improved blood flow, and a night of more restful sleep are just a few health benefits of a good orthopedic dog bed.
This might be because their current bed is too hot, too cold, the wrong size/shape or somehow uncomfortable. Here at SHOOBY you can find dog beds and dog cushions that suit your dog's weight, length, age, health conditions and sleeping style.
Make sure it's large enough for your dog to be able to lie comfortably in all natural positions. Measure your dog from their nose to their tail while they are sleeping, then add 20-30 cm to determine the length or diameter of the bed (keep in mind whether your dog is fully grown when measuring).
Think about your dog's sleeping style - dogs that like to sleep curled up will prefer a square, round or oval-shaped bed with raised sides, giving them a sense of security. Dog cushions are great for dogs that stretch or sprawl out while sleeping.
If your dog loves destroying his aesthetic dog bed, you can always make him stop. Find out the root cause of his destructive behavior and find solutions to remedy the situation. Five most common reasons are: teething, poor training, stress or anxiety, lack of exercise and boredom.