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Heated Dog Beds Are Helpful With Soothing Aches

By Elysa Gardner

Any dog owner knows how vital sleep is to a dog’s mood, energy, and health over the long run. Just think about your own experiences. A good night’s rest will let you meet the day’s challenges with candor and coolness, and a bad night’s rest will make you irritable at the most mundane tasks throughout the day. The same goes for your dog. Giving them fantastic sleep will make all the difference between man’s best friend and your very own Cujo. If you want to give your dog the best night of rest that he’s ever had, then you need to buy him a heated dog bed.

Healing Power of Heating

A heated dog bed is perfect for helping to soothe your dog’s sore muscles after a long and tiring day of exercise. Dog trainers especially will find them to be invaluable tools for increasing the effectiveness of their pets. Allowing your dog to rest right after training on a heated dog bed (they even come in mobile versions that fit nicely into vehicles for the ride home) gives your dog a source of instant gratification, thus increasing its confidence. Confidence is integral to any competitive sport, and it often means the difference between feeling defeat far in advance and giving all of you’ve got till the very end, even when it’s readily apparent that you can’t possibly win.

If it is not comfortable enough, try out a heated orthopedic dog bed. By using materials like memory foam (yes, the same stuff used in our pillows), you can help to profile uniform support for your dog’s body. With no pressure points at night, your dog will receive the best sleep of its life. Heating and orthopedics together can also do wonders for dogs with arthritis, helping to ease their joints and make them more energetic for daily activities. That has the indirect benefit of then helping them exercise more and improving their health that way as well. The health benefits of heated dog beds shouldn’t be underestimated, and you ought to seriously consider them for your own dog.

Most pet owners would be quick, and rightly so, to point out the necessities of proper nutrition and exercise. However, they might not be so quick to rank a good night’s sleep up there with those other health concerns, but they would be mistaken not to do so. A heated dog bed can do just as much for a dog’s spirits as getting properly fed or walked, and may actually be even more important for their mood. Not all dogs require heated dog beds necessarily, but you may still want to consider other specialized beds like orthopedic models instead.

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