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Luxury & Functional Dog Beds for Home and Travel

As part of your pet's everyday routine, he needs a safe space to call his own. A comfortable dog bed can provide proper cushioning, warmth and a place where he goes when it's time to settle down, nap or sleep. We carry a wide range of square, round and covered dog beds to suit your needs and your dog's preferences. All of our round donut beds feature the finest fabrics, hand sewn to perfection.

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Donut Bed Mint Shimmer Donut Bed Mint Shimmer

  • Hand Sewn in the USA!
  • 18" round x 5" high bumper bed
  • Middle section attatched
  • Shimmering mint green material
  • Super Comfortable / Durable Material
  • Machine Washable / Dryer Safe

Our Price: $65.00
Donut Bed Sweet Pixie Donut Bed Sweet Pixie

  • Hand Sewn in the USA!
  • 18" round x 5" high bumper bed
  • Middle section attatched
  • Light Blue with Tinkerbell design
  • Super Comfortable / Durable Material
  • Machine Washable / Dryer Safe

Our Price: $65.00
Donut Bed Red + Purple Flowers Donut Bed Red + Purple Flowers

  • Hand Sewn in the USA!
  • 18" round x 5" high bumper bed
  • Middle section attatched
  • Red Shine with Leaf and Purple Flowers
  • Super Comfortable / Durable Material
  • Machine Washable / Dryer Safe

Our Price: $65.00
Purple Bubbles Bed Purple Bubbles Bed

  • 24"L x 18"W x 7"H rectangle bumper bed
  • Purple, White, Pink
  • Super Comfortable / Durable Material
  • Machine Washable / Dryer Safe

Our Price: $70.00
Leopard Lime Bed Leopard Lime Bed

  • 24"L x 18"W x 7"H rectangle bumper bed
  • Lime Green with Leopard Print
  • Super Comfortable / Durable Material
  • Machine Washable / Dryer Safe

Our Price: $70.00
Pet Bed House Pet Bed House

What is your pet's preference of his/her own space? Convertible Pet Bed House offers 4 different ways to keep your pet comfortable! The Snap buttons are the key to convert it from a pet house to a pet bed, to a lounge and to a mat! For some special occasions, such as camping and backyard party, it can be also used outdoors.

  • 4 products in one!
  • Easy to clean
  • Easy storage
  • For use indoors or outdoors
  • Keep out of direct sunlight
  • Door size is 11.8 x 11.2”H
  • For pets up to 17.6 lbs. (extra small to small)
House: 26.2 x 19.7 x 18.1"
Bed: 26.2 x 19.7 x 11"
Lounge: 26.2 x 19.7 x 11.2"
Floor Mat: 47.2 x 41.3 x 0.4"
Item weight: 5.1 lbs.
Color: Charcoal Brown + Tan

Our Price: $89.95
   
 

Teaching Your Dog "Place"

As part of your pet's everyday routine, he needs a safe space to call his own. A comfortable dog bed can provide proper cushioning, warmth and a place where he goes when it's time to settle down, nap or sleep. We carry a wide range of square, round and covered dog beds to suit your needs and your dog's preferences. All of our round donut beds feature the finest fabrics, hand sewn to perfection.
Teaching your dog to go to his bed, and to stay there on command can be very useful in a range of scenarios. Whether you're receiving guests or you want to make "place" a part of your regular dinner time routine to keep your pooch out from underfoot, the training process is easier than you think.
1. To begin the training process to get your pup to go to his designated bed, first lure him there with his favorite treat. Once on the bed, provide the treat. That's all!
2. Follow this up with encouraging him to lay down, and to stay in this down position even after he his treated. Once he's mastered laying on the bed even after his reward, you can begin to follow things up with a release command such as "OK" or "Finished"! At this time, your dog is free to go. At first, only expect him to stay on his bed for a short while; if he keeps getting up before you've given the release command, you're trying to progress too quickly.
3. Now that you know your dog will get on his bed for a reward, it's important to find out whether he'll get on his bed even without your luring action. Stand next to the bed and, without using explicit language such as "bed" or "go night-night", wait and see if he'll get on by himself. If not, go back to the previous step in this lesson. If he does hop on, reward!
4. Once your dog is eager to use his bed, it's time to begin the name association game. Using a verbal or visual cue to help your dog understand to get on the bed follows the same principle as teaching him to sit using a special hand gesture or the verbal cue "sit".
When your dog gets on his bed, say "bed", or whichever cue you have set aside for this command.
5. From here on out, you can slowly begin to increase the duration for the game of "bed". Remember to start slow, otherwise, things stop being interesting and start to be frustrating for your dog. If at any time your dog stops playing the game, take a step back; either take a break or start over with a previous step that makes more sense to your pooch.
Increase the time you keep Fido on his bed in only 5 or 10-second increments; you'll get there eventually, and easy does it!

Remember that patience and positive reward are the cornerstones of any successful dog training routine. Set your dog and yourself up for success by tackling manageable tasks and knowing when to say "when".