Dog Couches: Luxury & Designer Dog Beds & Sofas | Petco
dog couches, dog day beds and dog lounges. Also offered are dog bed frames and Modular sectional pet sofa beds.
They are also dog couches and luxury dog beds available with a flat backs, square or corner shapes, so they can easily fit flush against walls for a noninvasive placement. The arms on some of these dog sofas are also a great fit for pups who enjoy a place to rest their chin. These designer dog beds also provide an elevated sleeping area for pups who can easily jump into bed, and the raised design keeps your pooch off the ground and draft-free. Go ahead and indulge your dog’s fashionable side with the many fabrics, colors and styles of designer dog beds available on Petco.
If you've ever found your dog sleeping with his back to the couch or a cushion, he's there for a reason. Dogs who sleep this way do so because the support against their back offers them a feeling of security. Bolster dog beds are great for providing both security and comfort. Plus, the soft, spun-polyester-stuffed bolster makes an excellent pillow. provide the perfect spot for dogs who like to curl up and snuggle next to something soft when they sleep.
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What dogs value above all else is comfort. Whether Fido’s sprawling out on your couch or a patch of dirt, that’s his number one priority! Every dog wants a warm, comfy bed to call their own in a loving home. These days, dog beds are available in dozens of styles, sizes and colors. You can even order a $190 jeweled crown for your precious pup, or an -style piece for a cool $850. However fancy or unfussy your pup, there’s a dream dog bed for every pet.Does your dog creep onto the couch when you’re not home? The notorious phantom couch hog leaps up as soon as the door shuts, the only evidence some telltale hairs. Get your pup his own couch and a special place in the living room. Many couch dog beds are basically human furniture (with a price tag to match). Some pet parents simply convert an old love seat for their dog, spraying cushions with a stain guard or reupholstering cushions in rip-resistant canvas. can have a tough time fitting on traditional dog beds; they’ve also been known to tear them up or break down filling after just a few months. Measure how long your pet is – from head to rump – before going shopping to find the right size dog bed. Pick an upholstery-grade fabric that can stand up to tough nails. (Bonus, it’ll also look good in your living room!) Choose a bolster, cushion, rectangular pad, or even couch style – whichever suits your pet’s sleeping style best.Pillow Bed — This standard type of dog bed comes in many shapes, sizes, and colors, and most models have a washable pillow cover on it to aid in cleaning. Though not the most supportive of beds, this style is ideal for having on the couch (if your dog is allowed on the couch). If you own an elderly dog, you may want to invest in a more supportive bed, but the pillow bed is an inexpensive, easiest-to-replace design that can be utilized anywhere in your home or office.