When it comes time to provide bedding or a DOG bed for your favorite pooch, there are several things to consider. The most important issue to start with is comfort for your american eskimo. While such a task may seem simple, it can be a bit more complicated than merely finding an old blanket for your american eskimo to lie on.

American Eskimo Bedding Basics

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Is your american eskimo an inside or outside american eskimo? For both scenarios, and depending on the weather in your area, and the season, may be perfectly adequate and comfortable for your american eskimo. Still, you must also take into consideration the age of your american eskimo. In mild weather, a simple, padded, rectangular pillow should suffice for your american eskimo. Such bedding may come stuffed with cedar chips, foam pieces or some other cotton or wool materials. During inclement weather, make sure your outside american eskimo has shelter from rain, snow and cold winds.

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Doggie beds are also an option, especially for smaller DOG breeds, as they like to 'nest'. The raised sides of wicker, or even a cardboard box, provide an added sense of security for them. These days, DOG beds are also being designed like human furniture, and come in shapes like armchairs and sofas, but you'll pay a little extra for these. When shopping for american eskimo bedding, take cleaning into consideration. Try to find bedding that comes with a removable cover, or bedding that can be soaked on occasion without ruining its shape and texture.

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Depending on your american eskimo's size and preferences, you may have to experiment a bit before finding a bed that your american eskimo will like, and use, but your american eskimo's comfort and happiness is worth the effort.

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