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Orvis Makes the Best Memory Foam Dog Beds
Explore the options in Orvis Memory Foam Dog Beds and see why this is the best selling bed we offer for your furry family members. The average dog sleeps between 12 and 14 hours out of every 24, while larger breeds and older dogs may sleep even longer. A comfortable place to rest is essential—and a memory foam orthopedic dog bed is as good as it gets. The technical material we use in this line has exponentially improved the level of comfort we can provide our pets.
What Is Memory Foam?
Memory foam is a material that molds in response to pressure and heat, which allows it to distribute weight evenly across its surface. Designed by NASA, it was quickly adopted as a household material when its benefits became clear. Our exclusive open-cell memory foam is engineered for canine body shapes and a dog's weight distribution. We use a single slab of memory foam to make our dog beds—and not the chopped foam found in lesser-quality beds. When your pet lies down on our memory foam dog bed, no part of her body that makes contact with the bed will be supporting more weight than any other. It’s a simple principle, but isn’t simply a matter of everyday comfort. Look for these features in an Orvis Memory Foam Dog Bed:
- Therapeutic support: Memory foam cushions and restores joints and muscles, relieves pressure points, and improves circulation
- Resiliency and Responsiveness: Designed to conform to a dog’s body shape and weight distribution, our open-cell foam is a single piece (not chopped foam) to provide personalized support
- CertiPUR-US® Certified Foam: The low-VOC (volatile organic compound) foam we use is protected beneath a hypoallergenic, water-resistant liner that unzips for easy machine washing
Does My Dog Need a Memory Foam Bed?
Possibly. If your older dog is unable to settle into a comfortable position for sleep, canine osteoarthritis may be to blame—it affects one in five adult dogs in the US. If this is the case, pain is preventing your dog from getting the rest she needs. Osteoarthritis is a chronic degenerative disease, and treatment options—including an orthopedic dog bed, joint supplements, and other modalities—are available and more effective when introduced early. Talk to your veterinarian about the best course of treatment for your dog.
But memory foam dog beds offer a wide range of features that will benefit canine companions of all ages. This material can provide meaningful, daily relief for dogs with any kind of chronic discomfort. The orthopedic benefits of a memory foam bed for dogs—enhanced by the luxury and durability of our dog bed covers—can significantly improve your pet’s quality of life. Greater comfort at rest leads to better sleep, and better sleep makes a positive impact on every aspect of your pet’s health. When you give your companion a memory foam bed, you invest in her well-being for a lifetime. You need not wait until your dog develops arthritis to treat her to a memory foam bed—ours are built to support her from her puppy days right through her senior years.