How to measure your dog
Get it right first time
For adult dogs, we suggest measuring from nose to the base of the tail (easiest to do when your dog is asleep), then add 6 – 10 inches (15 – 25 cm) to determine the length or diameter of the bed.
Please be sure to check bed measurements before placing your order. We pride ourselves on being kind to the environment and would hate for any unnecessary carbon footprint by way of returns to change the size. Thank you.
Choosing your bed
When looking for a pet bed, choosing the right size can save you time and money, as well as reducing waste. Dogs grow quickly, so by basing the bed size on what your dogs adult size is likely to be, you remove the need to regularly repurchase larger sizes and the associated waste of sending smaller beds to landfill.
Like us, dogs enjoy the familiarity of their own bed. Choosing a bed they can grow into ensures consistency, which is particularly beneficial for anxious dogs.
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For adult dogs, we suggest measuring from nose to the base of the tail (easiest to do when your dog is asleep), then add 6 – 10 inches (15 – 25 cm) to determine the length or diameter of the bed. The bed should be large enough for the dog to be able to lie in its favourite position.
For Nest beds note down the actual sleeping area dimensions and based on that, select the size of the bed for your furry friend.
For puppies, we recommend the Nest Bed as a first purchase as the side walls allow our furry friends to snuggle down, keeping them warm and protected from draughts. You can also remove some of the filling to make the base a little softer, adding it back in as your pup grows to provide more support. Buy the bed in a size that will accommodate them when fully grown and add a rolled-up blanket to help make the bed cosier in the meantime.