The average dog spends a whopping 14 hours per day sleeping. In fact, dogs spend more than half their lives dozing off. As a pet parent, it's important to give your dog a comfortable bed of their own where they can sleep at night and snooze throughout the day. And one of the most comfortable beds you can get your furry friend is a memory foam dog bed. Memory foam forms to your pet’s body, helping to relieve pressure from achy muscles or joints. Here are some of the key benefits of memory foam dog beds:
1.) Extra Joint Support For Older Dogs
According to the American Academy of Veterinary Medicine, memory foam dog beds are extremely beneficial to senior dogs. Many senior dogs suffer from joint pain, arthritis, and other orthopedic issues. Memory foam dog beds, like the PupLounge™ Memory Foam Bolster Bed, will minimize these issues by allowing the muscles and joints to rest in their natural position.
2.) Improve A Dog's Health
Dogs move and jump around quite a bit, which means their muscles and bones will face wear and tear. Dogs of any age will face stress on their bones, muscles, and joints. A memory foam dog bed can help improve a dog's overall health and mobility by eliminating pressure on certain points of the body. When you relive this pressure, it allows better blood flow for those areas. By allowing more blood flow into those areas, this will lead to a faster recovery time whether your dog is healing from an injury or experiencing the effects that physical activity has on their body.
3.) A Cozy Spot For Dogs To Rest
Dogs are creatures that instinctively search for safe places to call their own. In the wild, dogs gather leaves or find a soft area for them to lie down instead of lying on the bare, hard ground. With a soft memory foam orthopedic dog bed, like the ultra-soft and supportive PupRug™ Faux Fur Orthopedic Dog Bed, a dog can have a cozy spot for them to rest throughout the day and sleep in at night that they can call their own.
4.) Overall Superior Comfort
The flexible, premium and long-lasting memory foam will mold itself in accordance with your dog's body shape and weight. The supportive foam will ensure your dog wakes up feeling rejuvenated.
It's never too early or late to heal chronic pain in your dog. Senior dogs commonly suffer from arthritis and other issues, but even young, healthy pups can experience body aches, and can greatly benefit from the preventative care for joint pain provided by pressure-relieving memory foam.
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