FUNNY DOG BEDS

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The funniest, wackiest dog beds around.

whats the deal with novlety dog beds?

Novelty dog beds are unique, unusual, and not commonly see in most households. Truthfully, novelty dog beds with an emphasis on "cute" tend to be more focused on the aesthetic of the bed, so you won't usually have the best quality of filling or foam.

This isn't a huge problem if your dog is relatively healthy, but if your dog is suffering from arthritis or joint issues, you may want to consider purchasing memory foam cushioning and inserting it into your dog's novelty dog bed to provide additional support. You can even remove the manufacturer's cushioning and inset your own if you'd like.

how to choose a funny dog bed

Funny novelty dog beds come in all different shapes and sizes. Here are a few things to consider when choosing one!

  • YOUR PERSONALITY. Themed dog bed can be a fun way to express your own preferences and tastes as an owner. Is every day basically taco Tuesday in your home? Consider getting a taco-themed dog bed for your pooch!
  • YOUR DOG'S PERSONALITY. Novelty dog beds can also be a great opportunity to make a funny statement about your dog's personality. Have a Jack Russell that won't stop moving? Try a race car dog bed! The same bed could also be a hilarious choice for a slow-moving, lazy bulldog as a bit of a joke. 
  • SEASONALITY. It can also be fun to choose a dog bed based on the season or time of year. For example, a watermelon or pineapple themed dog bed is a fun choice for the summertime, due to the uptick in fruit enjoyment! If you're spending some time at a beach house, a shark-themed dog bed can be a cute way to get your pooch in on the beach-time spirit!

selecting the best dog bed for your pooch: factors to cosider

When selecting a dog bed for your pooch, make sure to take into consideration:

  • SIZE. Of course the last thing you want is dog bed that your pup can't even fit into! Take your dog's measurements while he is sleeping to ensure you choose a bed that is an appropriate size for your canine (we have details on how to measure your dog below).
  • DURABILITY. Is your dog a super rough chewer? Or is he gentle as a lamb? It's worth keeping in mind that most funny dog beds are used mostly for novelty purposes and usually aren't designed to withstand a ton of rough treatment. If your dog is a heavy chewer, your cute dog bed might not last the night! Because of this, novelty dog beds are best for more gentle, easy-going canines.
  • REMOVABLE COVER OR CUSHION. Most owners will want to opt for a dog bed with a removable liners or cushion which can easily be tossed in the washing machine for quick cleaning. This is especially important for active pooches that tend to get messy and muddy.
  • BOLSTERS & NESTING. Some dogs - especially smaller ones more prone to anxiousness - will find covered beds or bolster beds especially comforting. The raised, bolstered sides add a sense of stability and safety that traditional flat dog beds don't provide. Most cute, novelty dog beds have unique shapes and bolsters which can be especially desirable for nervous pups.
  • INDOOR VS OUTDOOR. Funny dog beds are often designed largely for a laugh. Most manufacturers expect a funny dog bed to be used indoors, where it will get the most laughs out of visitors. As a result, most cute dog beds aren't suitable for outdoor use.

measuring your dog for a funny dog bed

To select a suitably sized bed for your dog, measure him while he is sleeping from his snout to the base of his tail. Once you have that measurement, add about 4-6 inches to ensure your pup isn't too cramped. Dogs tend to have different sleeping styles - some sleep all stretched out, while others like to curl up into tiny balls. Dogs that prefer to curl up tend to enjoy bolster dog beds with raised edges, which matches the style of most humorously-themed dog beds detailed here. 

While weight approximations can be helpful, measuring is often the best protocol for selecting a dog bed. After all, a whippet an a pug both weighting 20lbs will have very different shapes and bedding needs.

To select a suitably sized bed for your dog, measure him while he is sleeping from his snout to the base of his tail. Once you have that measurement, add about 4-6 inches to ensure your pup isn't too cramped. Dogs tend to have different sleeping styles - some sleep all stretched out, while others like to curl up into tiny balls. Dogs that prefer to curl up tend to enjoy bolster dog beds with raised edges, which matches the style of most humorously-themed dog beds detailed here. 

While weight approximations can be helpful, measuring is often the best protocol for selecting a dog bed. After all, a whippet an