Is it OK to Move a Dog’s Bed Around? 3 Reasons to Move a Dog Bed or Crate

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Dogs are like people in so many ways we really do think of them as our kids don’t we?  It isn’t until we catch them “in the act” of doing something so unhuman; like eating gross things, or lifting their leg on our friend’s pant leg that we come face to face with that fact that they are (in fact) canines through and through.  So it stands to reason that we wonder if things that bother us (like moving our bed around) would have the same effect on our dog. …

How Many Beds Should a Dog Have? And Should a Dog Have Their Own Bed?

how many beds should a dog have

One thing is for certain; as our senior dogs journey through the aging process, they sleep more and more.  And as sleep increases, a dog’s need for a comfortable place to rest her arthritic, achy bones becomes paramount to having pain free mobility. How many dog beds should a dog have?  Generally speaking your dog should have a bed available in each location where family members spend time sitting or sleeping.   For instance, if some of your family spends several hours watching tv in the living room while others play…

Senior Dog Sleep. Too Much or Not Enough?

Old Dog Sleep

Eventful days or strenuous activities will tucker your senior dog out quickly. As she ages, your senior dog will require more and more sleep in order to feel rested, and recuperate from her daily activities.  If you’re worried about the number of hours your senior dog is sleeping, check out this chart to see how other senior dogs sleep in comparison. Other obvious factors that contribute to the quantity and quality of senior dog sleep are: overall health, diseases, medications, breed, and age. The “not so obvious” factor that contributes positively or negatively to your…