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DOG'S BEST FRIEND
Put your four-legged best friend on Cloud 9 with this luxury, super-comfortable cushion your pet will adore.
Available in three mottled colours, this sumptuously plump cushion integrates seamlessly into your living room. The slightly higher cushion provides an ultimate of comfort for your dog without compromising on your interior design.
Made from a durable, washable fabric and a special foam filling, the lounge cushion is designed to last. This dog bed holds its shape perfectly throughout years of rough use and excited scratches.
Inlett - Cotton blend fabric (60% Cotton/40% Polyester)
Foam Filling - 100% Polyurethan (stable and durable, climatising, hypoallergenic, permanently elastic)
Cover - 100% Polyester (Trevira CS)
Small/Medium: 81 x 60 x 18 cm (L x W x H) - Cairn Terrier, Jack Russel, Maltese, Pekingese, Yorkshire Terrier, Toy Poodle, Bulldog, Toy Dachshund, Pug, West Highlandt Terrier, etc.
Medium/Large: 101 x 75 x 21 cm (L x W x H) - Bernese Mountain Dog, Boxer, Golden Retriever, Husky, Labrador, Rhodesian Ridgeback, Irish Setter, Dalmatian, Weimaraner, Magyar Vizsla, etc.
The cushion filling is made of extremely soft, open cell foam. To retain the high quality of the product, the cushion should be cared for and cleaned accordingly.
Wash the inner cushion with a mild detergent up to 60°C. We do not recommend the use of chlorinated and chemically aggressive washing products. A brownish discoloration of the foam cannot be avoided, but has no eect on the quality of the foam.
After washing and rinsing, please remove as much water as possible with the spin cycle. The inner cushion is best air-dried on a rack. It can also be tumble dried at 90° C, but please avoid over-drying.
Please plump up the inner cushion regularly so that it retains its fluness and shape. To keep the filling in place, knead the cushion intensely, then flatten it with your hands.
The fabric is washable at 60° C or can be dry cleaned. After washing, best let the cover air dry on a rack. Do not put the cover in the dryer. If needed, iron the fabric at low level.
Please note that by intensive use the surface of the fabric may be roughened and lint nodules can form (so called pilling). This cannot entirely be prevented and is therefore no reason for complaint.
For simple and uncomplicated cleaning in between, simply vacuum the cover with an upholstery brush.
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.