When you own a dog, you need to ensure that they have all possible comforts and that their needs are met. Having a nice and comfortable place to rest and sleep is absolutely needed, especially if your dog cherishes his resting time a lot. A dog bed comes in several different shapes and sizes, but before choosing one you should do a little research. No matter the breed of dog, using a dog bed as a training tool is a no-brainer. I rescued a Jack Russell puppy about 2 years ago, and the dog bed I bought for her was an essential part of her training. If your puppy is naughty, then 'time-out' in a bed is a great way to discourage bad behaviour. It is a common temptation to be with your new puppy all the time - and as cute as it may be to cuddle him constantly, or even allowing him to sleep in your bed, this is not good in regards to your dogs behaviour. If your dog is with you all through training, then he/she will suffer from separation anxiety when you are not there, and this can lead to your puppy chewing furniture, or scratching at doors, and even being physically ill because you are not around. Using a dog bed right from the off lets your dog know there is a safe place just for him, where he can relax, and this will help smooth out training hiccups as well. Shopping dog bed can be rather easy due to the vast variety of options, but you need to make sure that you know some things first; you cannot buy a dog bed if you haven't observed and noticed the sleeping habits of your pet. Just think that humans do not sleep the same way either and need different sizes and types of beds. The same rule applies to dogs. Dog beds
are not just for show. There are many practical reasons to buy your small dog a bed. Isn't it time you provided your pet with the luxury she deserves by choosing one of the designer dog beds suited for her unique and special needs?