Let your furry friend have their best nap
At Bear's Pet Shop, we understand the importance of a good night's sleep for our furry companions. That's why we offer a wide range of pet sleep supplies that are designed to provide your dog or cat with a comfortable and peaceful environment to rest and recharge.
Our collection includes a variety of comfortable and durable dog and cat beds. We have orthopedic beds, that are perfect for older pets or those with joint issues, heated beds for pets that get cold easily, and cozy, enclosed beds that mimic a natural den environment.
We also have a range of blankets and pillows that can be added to your pet's bed to make it more comfortable, cozy, and familiar. All the bedding and sleep accessories are made of pet-safe materials that are easy to clean.
We also provide a variety of travel-specific sleep supplies, such as travel beds and portable bowls, that can help keep your pet's sleep routine consistent and comfortable even when away from home.
With Bear's Pet Shop, you can be sure that your pet will have the best quality products to ensure that they get the restful sleep they need and wake up refreshed and rejuvenated.How much sleep do cats and dogs need?
The amount of sleep that cats and dogs need can vary depending on their age, size, and activity level. Adult cats typically sleep for 12-16 hours per day, while adult dogs usually sleep for 12-14 hours per day. Puppies and kittens may sleep for up to 20 hours per day.What is the best type of bed for my cat or dog?
The best type of bed for your cat or dog will depend on their individual needs, as well as their sleeping habits. Orthopedic beds can be a good choice for older pets or those with joint issues. Heated beds can be ideal for pets that get cold easily, and some cats and dogs like cozy, enclosed beds that mimic their natural den environment.Why do cats and dogs sleep so much?
Cats and dogs sleep so much because they are natural predators and are hardwired to conserve energy and rest up in between bursts of activity. Their sleep patterns are also closely linked to the patterns of their prey in the wild, and they have evolved to be able to sleep for long periods of time.Can I train my cat or dog to sleep through the night?
Some pets, like cats and dogs, are naturally nocturnal and prefer to sleep during the day and be active at night. However, with a consistent training routine and by providing a comfortable, quiet place to sleep, you can help train your pet to sleep through the night.Why is my cat or dog restless at night?
A cat or dog may be restless at night for a variety of reasons, such as anxiety, discomfort, or an underlying medical condition. It's important to observe your pet and to consult with your vet if you notice any change in their sleeping patterns, or if your pet is uncomfortable.Can I put a blanket or pillow for my cat or dog?
Blankets and pillows can be added to your pet's bed as a way to make it more comfortable, cozy, and familiar. Make sure to provide your pet with a bed that is made of pet-safe materials and free of any stuffing, and that can be easily cleaned.What should I do if my cat or dog is having trouble sleeping?
If your cat or dog is having trouble sleeping, it may be caused by a variety of factors such as stress, anxiety, or an underlying medical condition. Some pets may also have a difficult time adjusting to new environments. If you notice any change in your pet's sleep patterns, it's best to consult with your vet for recommendations.Can cats and dogs have nightmares?
Cats and dogs, like humans, experience different stages of sleep and can have dream during the REM stage, but it's not clear whether they have nightmares or not. Some people may see their pet twitching, growling or making noises, it's not clear if it's a dream but is likely a sign of deep sleep.How can I create a peaceful environment for my cat or dog to sleep?
Creating a peaceful environment for your cat or dog to sleep involves making sure that their sleeping area is quiet, dark, and comfortable. Providing them with a comfortable bed, keeping the room at a comfortable temperature, and eliminating any potential sources of noise or distractions can also help. Additionally, ensuring that your pet is well-exercised and has a consistent routine can also help them sleep better.