If you have a big dog, or one that likes to spend a lot of the time outdoors, you know how important it is to have outdoor dog beds that your dog will enjoy and get use out of. If you have a dog that spends a lot of time outside, you also know that it is important your outdoor dog beds cater to their needs, including having a comfortable place to sleep, being warm and safe, and generally being happy.
✅ Unique Outdoor Bed for Beagles
Love It – This is so perfect for my 60# dog. He loves to be outside in the cold, but I didn’t want the sun beating down on him since he’s a husky mix. So easy to assemble and it has held up to very windy days. HIGHLY recommend.
✅ Waterproof Outdoor Bed for Large Beagles
Exactly What It Says It Is – This mat is exactly what it says it is. You can see that my 50 lb dog fits nicely with room to spare, so don’t believe the haters. It is not a puffy pillow, but that’s not what I wanted. I wanted a mat to use on the porch when we are all outside, something that can be quickly and easily stored in a small space (we have a 500 sq ft cabin) and my dog loves it. Is it cooler than the porch floor? Maybe, maybe not. I only know that my dog goes right for it when we go outside. Disclaimer: my dog is very well cared for but not a “prissy” spoiled dog. He expects to be comfortable, but not pampered. This mat is great for him.
✅ Most Selling Outdoor Portable Beagle Bed
Highly recommend this elevated dog bed – Great bed. Easy to assemble. I order the large for my Cane Corso. He’s 115lbs and pretty tall. He fits it perfectly. Great price for this bed compared to other brands.
Material Is Important
If you are looking at outdoor dog beds you should realize that the material they are made up of is very important for the beds. You have to be sure that you have taken a look at the area in which your outdoor dog beds are going to be, and have made sure it is in a closed in or covered place where the bed won’t get wet or be exposed to the elements. You should also make sure that whatever in beneath the bed is flat and dry, and won’t be harmful to the dog. Then, you are ready to pick out a dog bed.
Take a look at the nighttime temperatures where you live to get an idea of what materials should make up the outdoor dog bed. You have to be sure that the beds are warm for the dog, so have them filled with sawdust, hay, or other materials that the dog can make a nest in and can feel warmth in.
If you live in an especially cold place, you might want to have outdoor dog beds that are self heating. This means that you are going to either put a heating pad into the dog bed, or actually have a dog bed that heats itself. Whatever method you use, be sure that you are following instructions to cut back on the potential for starting a fire, and that you have your outdoor dog beds in a place where the dog has the option of moving if he gets too warm. Never use outdoor dog beds that are self warming if they are the only place a dog can get to, he has to be able to get off of the bed if he gets too warm.
Once you have your area for your bed, and you have a bed made up of the right materials, make sure that it is secured so that the dog can get in and out of the outdoor dog bed comfortably. This way ,he will be sure to be able to enjoy the dog bed for as long as you have it.