Pet Furniture to Keep Your Furry Friend Safe and Happy!

July 26, 2009

in Cats

Chances are you’ve already seen some dog furniture, such as dog steps or stairs, on that market. There are a great number of dog furniture choices available today that are designed specifically with the plan of making your pet happy. Even crating options have been expanded for the pet owner who wants to have the comfort of knowing their dog is not distressed while at home alone.

Dogs are very loyal creatures, so they feel a duty to be with us, especially at night, but perhaps it isn’t just protectiveness that compels them to jump onto the bed and snuggle with their owner. Unfortunately, each time your dog jumps onto and off of a bed or other piece of furniture, his bones and joints are taking the shock of the movement, which can develop painful conditions. Pet steps are an excellent way to not only keep your dog’s bones and joints from future harm, but it’s also a nice way to keep your dog from pouncing onto the bed while you sleep.

Have you ever heard of a dog stroller? Yes, there is such a thing, and it’s much more handy than you might think! We’ve all seen celebrities toting their dogs around in handbags, but honest-how comfortable can that be for the dog? A pet stroller is created to mimic the cradle of a bed, which invites your pooch to take a nap while you get some exercise, go shopping, or run other errands.

Dog furniture takes some decision-making, and we’re not just talking about colors and materials. You must take into consideration things like: Will my dog require large dog steps or small dog steps? Dogs with shorter legs should have steps with a width of 12 inches, medium dogs need a step width of 14 inches, and larger dogs should have a step width of 16 inches.

Modern dog furniture isn’t just taking your pet’s needs into consideration, but is delivered in a stylish manner so it doesn’t seem so out-of-place in your home. You can find a huge selection of dog steps, pet strollers, and other articles of furniture online. Most often, online retailers will offer a cheaper price than your local retailer, as well as more color and design choices.

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