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Large Memory Foam Dog Beds

Updated on April 4, 2013

Large Memory Foam Dog Bed

I was totally surprised when I started looking around for dog beds for a dog I will be getting in the next few weeks. I am about to start fostering dogs that are up for adoption. These dogs will be strays who have had a rough life. I will likely be only having any dog for a few weeks at a time but I want to pamper them.

I figured a dog bed would be a great way to show dogs they are loved. Then - I found large memory foam dog beds - and my mind was in shock. Why would a dog need a memory foam dog bed? Well I realized right away - it is much better on the body. I have used a similar bed for myself and have never looked back.

Memory foam dog beds for large dogs are actually well priced at $50 to $80 for the most part! This means they are a reasonably priced luxury item for your favorite pet!

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Large Memory Foam Dog Beds - On Amazon

Memory foam dog beds for big dogs?

Does your dog have a large memory foam dog bed?

What Kind Of Dogs Can Benefit From Memory Foam Dog Beds?

You may find yourself wondering why you should even consider spending your hard earned money on something that would seem frivolous to some people given the current economic hardships of many people.

Fortunately there is an easy answer. Some dogs really can benefit from these specialized forms of doggy beds. For starters, dogs with arthritis or sore joints can have a considerable amount of stress placed on their bones and joints by sleeping on hard surfaces. The soft materials in these better dog beds surely support their weary limbs and joints providing comfort when it is most needed.

Second - older dogs in general should be able to benefit from these beds. For similar reasons as above - your old dog will surely love having more support - if they can rest up more easily and have better naps and sleeps they should be happier dogs in general!

Finally - puppies can enjoy these beds too! If you are having a hard time getting your puppy to sleep in one spot at night it might be because they are looking for somewhere more soothing. These memory foam beds should make training the pups easier - on them and yourself too!

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    • CleftyToo profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago

      @tuliprose lm: Me either until I researched them for this lens! Just like my memory foam mattress topper the dog ones would be comfy too!

    • CleftyToo profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago

      @RosemaryLucas: I would think pretty easy realistically. They have covers on them so you can take the cover off and wash it :)

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      5 years ago

      I would never have thought of a memory foam dog bed. I wonder how easy they are to clean.

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      tuliprose lm 

      5 years ago

      Did not know you could get memory foam for dogs - your dogs should feel very comfy on these beds.


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