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Perfect any time of the year, your pet is sure to love this cozy bed. The pillow sleeping surface includes a layer of special insulation that radiates warmth generated from your pet's own body heat.
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The Arms Reach CO-SLEEPER brand PET BUNK leg extensions are designed to left the PET BUNK bed to the adult bed height up to 30′ inches. One set will increase the height by 2 inch up to 30inch. Arm's Reach Co-Sleeper Pet Bunk Bed Plush Liner durable modeling
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Your lovely pet needs this dog bed. It's a small version of normal bed, with wooden frame and comfy mattress. Add the adorable bedding set, and enjoy the fantastic dog's place to sleep.You can provide a separate sleeping area for your pet with Arm’s Reach Co-Sleeper Duplex Pet Bunk Bed. It’s a cool bunk bed for two best friends.Pet Furniture Igloo Dog Dome
Fantastic furniture designed to provide your dog with a functional sleeping place. Made of durable and comfortable sherpa fabric, this convenient item is very portable and easy to move, and easy to clean thanks to removable inner cushion.Dog Bed Covers - Arms Reach CoSleeper Pet Bunk Leg Extensions Cocoa ** Find out more about the great product at the image link. (This is an Amazon affiliate link)You can provide a separate sleeping area for your pet with Arm’s Reach Co-Sleeper Duplex Pet Bunk Bed. It’s a cool bunk bed for two best friends.1. Co-sleeping with animals disturbs your sleep. A new survey found that 63 percent of more than four nights a week have poor sleep quality. Doesn't matter if it's cats or dogs, animals will disturb your sleep. On the other hand, some people claim they feel comforted by the warm presence of their pets so close. Maybe it's worth the disruptions?You know that phrase, "don't knock it 'til you've tried it"? Well, you're going to want to pull that phrase out of your back pocket, because I'm about to knock something many people hold dear to their hearts: Sleeping with animals. I'm not talking about co-sleeping with toddlers. I'm talking about sleeping with your dogs and cats. HOW? How do you do this? I can understand a small dog or a cat snoozing at the foot of your bed, on top of the covers. But people who sleep with their pets next to them, under the covers. Ugh! That sounds like the worst -- and I'm not the only one who thinks so. Science backs me up.Even if you don’t have allergies or asthma, sleeping with your dog can lead to multiple interruptions in sleep cycle every night, keeping you from getting the proper rest you need to function at optimal levels. Most pet owners will also admit to an unspoken rule that you do not disturb a pet who is sleeping peacefully, even if it means holding a full bladder for hours at a time or remain gin in an uncomfortable position that keeps you awake when you should be sleeping.