Best Dog Bed For Labrador Retrievers
The best dog bed for a Labrador Retriever is, of course, the Pawpedic Orthopaedic Dog Bed.
Designed and manufactured for all shapes and sizes, the Pawpedic bed provides orthopaedic comfort by perfectly aligning the spine and providing support to your Labrador’s muscles and joints with its high-density, non-toxic memory foam.
It is the perfect bed to support genetically pre-disposed health conditions in Labradors including Arthritis, Hip, Elbow and Shoulder Dysplasia. These conditions affect the joints, prohibiting normal movement and causing pain, discomfort and immobility.
While dysplasia isn’t preventable, its effects are lessened when your dog maintains a healthy weight, eats a complete and balanced food and gets consistent low-impact exercise. Joint supplements can also be used such as 4Cyte to help support and repair the damaged joints affected by age, injury and arthritis.
Some health conditions like Patellar Luxation require surgical intervention. Supportive, post-operative care is imperative to assist in the recovery process. The Pawpedic pet bed specifically provides this orthopaedic support via its latex and memory foam layers which were both manufactured and tested to ensure that they will not lose their shape or uniformity, but instead mould to your pet’s individual, orthopaedic requirements.
Labs are also well known for their eating abilities which can easily lead to obesity, leading to extra weight and pressure on their joints that can develop degenerative Arthritis. The second layer of the Pawpedic pet bed is a cooling gel-injected memory foam layer that conforms to your pet’s bodily contours; relieving any muscular tension and pressure on their joints.
Whatever the reason for considering Pawpedics, your pet will thank you for being able to sleep restfully and peacefully with complete orthopaedic support and comfort!
For ongoing health advice, it is always recommended to seek professional advice and support from your Veterinarian with six-monthly health checks.
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