January 16, 2020 4 min read 0 Comments

Some dogs love to destroy everything that is near them, including their toys and bed. You may be buying a new bed every few months. This can cause you to become broke very quickly. 

The best thing to buy your dog is a chew-resistant dog bed. There are many different things that you need to consider when buying a dog bed for these destructive dogs. This article covers different chew- resistant dog beds and why you need to get one of these for your destructive dog. 

What makes a good dog bed?

There are many factors to consider when you are looking at buying a new dog bed for your furry friend. Make sure that the dog bed is appropriately sized for your dog. Consider how your dog likes to sleep and make sure that it is big enough for them to stretch out when lying down if that is their preferred method of sleeping.

Some of the best dog beds are made of memory foam. This helps decrease pressure sores and helps with arthritic dogs. Make sure that the zippers or Velcro is concealed so that your dog cannot easily reach all the chew-able parts.

The cover of the bed should be tough and chew-proof. Under the cover should be a gel-cooled layer to help regulate your dog's body temperature and keep them cool while they sleep. The best bed should not be cumbersome or difficult for your dog to get on or curl upon.

Why do dogs chew beds?

There are many reasons that your dog may be chewing their bed. The main reasons are:

  •  Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Boredom
  • Neglect

Many times, giving your dog a toy or chew stick to play with will help them decrease their destructive habits. This helps keeps them occupied and entertained while you are gone. If your dog is continuously destroying their beds, and you cannot figure out why it is best to consult with your veterinarian to make sure that there is nothing wrong, causing them to be destructive. Your veterinarian may also have great advice on what you can do to stop your dog from chewing up their dog bed.

No bed is indestructible

No dog bed is 100% indestructible some can last a lot longer than others. With normal wear and tear, all dog beds will eventually be destroyed. If you look for beds made with higher quality material will help ensure that the beds last a lot longer. Usually, higher quality materials also cost a lot more. Most reputable sellers will help ensure a strong and reliable bed that will last for a few years.

Three best chew-resistant dog beds

When looking for a new dog bed, these are three great chew-resistant dog beds that you can get for your destructive dog. Each bed is slightly different, which will help meet all the different needs of a dog bed for most dog owners.

  1. Tough Buddy Titan Memory Foam Dog Bed

The Tough Buddy Titan Memory Foam Dog bed is made of ballistic nylon for maximum strength. This bed is sewn together with Kevlar thread. The bed is made of memory foam with gel-infused true cool gel to help keep your pets cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Being memory foam is great for dogs who suffer from joint pain and arthritis. This bed is made in sizes that will easily fit in a truck. If your dog travels with you a lot, this would be the best bed for you to purchase.

  1. Titan Slumber Pad Crate Bed

The Titan Slumber Pad Crate Bed looks like a large pillow. It has a non-slip bottom to help make sure that the bed does not move around when your pet is getting in and out of their bed. This bed comes in many different sizes to accommodate any crate that your dog has. The crate bed has a soft lining and is made of ballistic nylon and Kevlar thread. This makes the crate bed excellent for a chewing puppy.

  1. Titan Defender Ballistic Bolster Bed

The Titan Defender Ballistic Bolster Bed has a raised cushion around the edge of the bed for your dog to rest their head-on. This makes it great for dogs who like to sleep nuzzled up. This bed is made strong with strong chew resistant material and thread.

This bed is also great for dogs with arthritis and joint pain, as it contains true cool memory foam. This bed is made to help relieve arthritis pain, reduce joint stiffness, and increase mobility. The True Cool memory foam will help keep your pets cool on those hot summer nights.

All three of these beds come with a one-time Titan Tough replacement guarantee meaning that if your dog destroys these beds, that will replace the bed for free. This is a great thing to have, especially if your dog is known to destroy everything possible. Most of these beds can range in price depending on how big of a bed that you need.

If your dog is constantly chewing up their dog bed or is known to destroy everything in their path, getting them a chew resistant dog bed is a great idea. This can save you a bunch of money in the long run by not having to replace dog beds constantly.

Your dog may be destroying their bed because they are a puppy teething, or they are getting bored. There are ways to help decrease the amount of destruction that your dog is doing. You can give them something to chew on or something do while you are gone. If your dog continues to destroy their bed, consider one of the beds mentioned in this article as they come with a replacement guarantee if your dog ever destroys them.


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Meet The Author

dr. Sara Ochoa DVM author of i need a chew resistant bed

Dr. Sara Ochoa DVM

Since she was a little girl, she knew that her dream was to become a veterinarian. With a tremendous passion and love for animals that makes her a great source of knowledge for others. She lives happily with her husband Greg and her babies Ruby the Schnoodle, and Bam-Bam the bunny.

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