Do They Really Need a Dog Bed?

When Lucky was starting to show signs of aging,
we were concerned about her comfort. She
would have a hard time getting up in the morning.
Her legs would shake and she would take five
minutes just to get up, where once she could pounce
up in a second.

Her hips were really thin and her muscle mass
was decreasing rapidly.

What we found out was that we could help her
by getting an orthopedic dog bed. The sad
part is, we probably could have helped her avoid
this by getting it for her when she was younger.

See, dogs can develop calluses and arthritis from
laying on hard floors or rocks in the ground.

Naturally we did what we could to make her more
comfortable during her last days.

That dog was a mighty powerhouse in her time,
and it was so hard to see her deteriorate like

Now, all five of our dogs have warm dog beds
to keep them comfortable, warm, and most
importantly, healthier.

About the Author

Tina Spriggs is an expert dog lover whose lifelong interest in canines provides the motivation for her site. To learn more about dogs or to find gifts and toys for them visit her site Copyright 2004. All rights reserved.