New Product Alert: Pet Beds!

February 15, 2021

Our last new product announcement focused on the human members of your family, this time we're focusing on the other ones. We are excited to announce another new product at Domanda Design, PET BEDS!

Your furry family members deserve a comfy place of their own to rest. And just because they can't tell you their favorite color, doesn't mean they don't deserve to rest up in style. Our pet bed collection includes nearly 30 different patterns to choose from, and like all our product lines, each pattern has 5 color options. Choose a pattern that fits their personality or one that fits your decor. Either way, we're sure your pet will be happy and comfy.

Pet beds are about more than just comfort.

According to the American Kennel Club, a comfy dog bed is actually important to the health of your dog. For developing puppies, a dog bed supports joints, helping them get a good night's sleep. For older dogs, a supportive dog bed helps cushion their body and provide relief from joint problems that may develop in old age.  

Dogs also relax better when they have a spot they know is dedicated to them. Just like you sleep best in your own bed, dogs also feel safe and secure in a space they know is theirs. For puppies, having their own comfy bed encourages them to go to sleep and stay there through the night.  

Similarly to humans, dogs are healthier and smarter when they have high quality sleep. For example, a well rested dog will have better memory and be easier to train. More rest translates to more energy for learning new commands. 

Our pet beds are comfortable and easy to clean.

Dogs are lovable, but not the tidiest. A good pet bed should be one that is easy to clean. Dogs track in dirt and pests, as well as shed hair and dander. Just like us humans love the feel of freshly cleaned sheets, dogs love a clean bed too. Our pet beds all have a machine washable, removable cover for easy maintenance.

We're confident you and your fur baby will both love our new pet beds. Head on over to find your favorite. And don't forget to tag us on Instagram so we can see all your happy dogs.

This blog post was written by Kristin Crane.