How to Pick the Best Bed for My Pomeranian?

Pomeranians are very cute pets to have around and can be very good company. It’s only natural that anyone who has such a pretty dog breed would want to give them the very best. And amongst all the cute treats, toys, and accessories one can get for their Pomeranian, one very basic thing your pet also needs is a bed. Yes, a cuddly, cushy Pomeranian bed!

Considering the rather small size of the average Pomeranian, it’s obvious that letting it sleep on your own bed may not be such a good idea. One must consider the possibility of rolling over and accidentally smothering the poor little thing, or the likelihood of the dog falling off the bed, which could lead to serious injury and crazy vet bills!

There is also the added risk of your Pomeranian wetting your bed (which does happen sometimes), and it could also shed plenty of fur on the bed. Then again, you must consider how difficult it can be for one to get some good quality sleep while lying next to a restless dog.

All these put together should be enough to convince one of the need for a dog bed, especially one that’s suitable for a small breed like a Pomeranian.

 

So, how does one get the best bed for Pomeranian dogs?

Here are some of the things you have to put into consideration when shopping for a Pomeranian bed:

 

Size: Even though the Pomeranian is a small-sized dog breed, there are dog bed sizes that may still be too small for your Pomeranian. Always have your Pomeranian’s size in mind when choosing a Pomeranian bed, and go for one that can comfortably accommodate your dog, regardless of its posture.

When your dog stretches out its legs with its belly to the ground, this dog posture takes up the most space. The bed you choose must be big enough to accommodate your Pomeranian in this posture, with some room to spare.

Also, if more than one dog would be sharing the bed, you should also consider getting one that can comfortably accommodate the extra pet.

 

Bed Material: The bed material also matters a lot. One of the first things to consider is whether you need a Pomeranian bed made of waterproof material. If the bed will also be used outdoors, like for camping or picnics, this can be beneficial.

Also, some synthetic materials can cause discomfort for dog breeds with plenty of furs, like the Pomeranian. This is due to static electricity that is generated from friction between the fur and the bed material. Avoid buying any dog bed made with such materials.

Finally, the outer covering of your Pomeranian bed must be removable and washable, as it will only be a matter of time before it becomes dirty.

 

Cushioning: Beds that are well cushioned are preferred by Pomeranians, as it offers them the proper support and eases the pressure on their joints. Also, well-cushioned beds allow your Pomeranian to snuggle up. This makes them feel warm and protected. And that’s good for a dog breed that so much loves that feeling of comfort and safety.

Aesthetics: It would also be good if the color(s) of the Pomeranian bed matches the interior décor of the room where it is housed. Now, this may appear to be unimportant, but when you consider that the dog bed is going to be a sizeable, permanent feature in whichever part of your home it is to be placed, you’ll realize it is as important for it to blend with your interior as it is when you are buying something like a playpen for your dog, or any other visible furniture or gadget in your home.

Now, when it comes to dog beds that are suitable for Pomeranians, here are our recommendations:

Frisco Eyelash Cat & Dog Bolster Bed (most recommended): This is one dog bed that seems like it was made specifically for Pomeranians. This round shaped dog bed is soft and furry, which makes it perfect for dog breeds that love to curl up while sleeping. It also has bolstered edges that can serve as a soft pillow for your dog to rest its head.

The Frisco Eyelash Cat & Dog Bolster Bed comes in three different colors – Silver, Sand, and Smoky Grey. Also, there are four size options – Small, Medium, Large, and X-Large.

Pros –

  • Machine washable
  • Warm & cozy feel
  • Multiple color & size options

Cons –

  • Removable cover is only available for Large & X-Large variants.
  • Not chew-resistant.

 

Frisco Square Deep Bolster Cat & Dog Bed: This dog bed is soft, cushy, and square-shaped, with a high-walled design that gives your Pomeranian that extra feeling of security and comfort.

The Frisco Square Deep Bolster Cat & Dog Bed comes in two colors – the Grey Basket Weave print, and the Navy Herringbone. Also, the sleeping surface measures 13 inches by 13 inches.

Pros –

  • Machine washable
  • High-walled design
  • Very plush

Cons –

  • Not chew-resistant
  • Only available in a small size that may be too small for some Pomeranians.

 

FurHaven NAP Ultra Plush Orthopaedic Deluxe Cat & Dog Bed: Made with older pets (that may have joint problems) in mind, this flat dog bed has a simple design. The FurHaven NAP Ultra Plush Orthopedic Deluxe Cat & Dog Bed has a cushioning foam that distributes your pet’s weight in such a way as to reduce the pressure on the muscles and joints.

There’s also a step-on design that makes it easy for your Pomeranian to climb the bed without having to jump.

The FurHaven NAP Ultra Plush Orthopedic Deluxe Cat & Dog Bed comes in three colors – Cream, Chocolate & Grey. There are also five size options – Small, Medium, Large, Jumbo & Jumbo-Plus.

Pros –

  • Multiple color & size options
  • Removable, washable cover
  • Step-on design for easy mounting
  • Simple design

Cons –

  • Not chew-resistant
  • No headrest

 

ASPCA Microtech Cuddler Dog Bed: This machine-washable dog bed is designed with raised sides that can serve as pillows for your Pomeranian to rest its head. It also has a dipped area that makes it easy for older pets to get on it.

Pros –

  • Dipped front for easy mounting
  • Machine washable
  • Raised sides that can serve as pillows

Cons –

  • Only available in one size

 

Frisco Sherpa Rectangular Bolster Dog Bed: This square-shaped dog bed is extremely soft, and is designed with bolstered sides that can serve as pillows for your Pomeranian. It also has a lower side that makes it easy to mount.

The size options available are Medium and Large.

Pros –

  • Bolstered edges that serve as pillows
  • Lower side for easy entry
  • Very soft & cushy
  • Machine washable

Cons –

  • Not chew resistant

 

FurHaven Ultra Plush Luxe Lounger Orthopedic Cat & Dog Bed: This dog bed has a contoured design that’s comfortable for pets. The two slightly raised sides can serve as pillows for your Pomeranian. Also, the FurHaven Ultra Plush Luxe Lounger Orthopedic Cat & Dog Bed comes with a removable, machine washable cover.

There are three color options – Chocolate, Grey & Cream. And then, there are six size options – Small, Medium, Large, Jumbo, Jumbo-Plus & Giant.

Pros –

  • Removable, machine washable cover
  • Step-on design for easy mounting

Cons –

  • Not chew resistant

 

In conclusion, a Pomeranian bed should be easy to wash when it gets dirty. Some of these recommended dog beds have washable covers. For some others, the entire bed can be tossed into a washing machine. Whichever choice you make, just be sure not to make the mistake of buying a dog bed that’s hard to clean.

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