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Hi furlovers,

I know its a lot to handle husky pup , since it could take all of your time  yet you will love him .

I know you all wanna give your pup the best out there in terms of food , toilteres  , Beds , toys.

I am looking out for suitable beds for husky , would love support from you guys.Kindly share your experiences about husky sleeping styles and beds you have .

Don't shy away from posting pics of your pets sleeping and beds. :) 

My SImba is 4 months old... let's move one paw at a time.

 

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My dog loves his orthopedic memory foam XL rectangular bed.
But he's an older guy who never chews anything, so I don't have to worry about him eating it.
He likes to sleep in "dead dog" position on his side with all his legs stretched out...so he would not enjoy a "circle" bed or a bed with raised sides. 

For dogs who eat their beds, people like the Kuranda beds (they are like camping cots).

How does your dog like to sleep? Curled up? Sprawled on side (that's mine)? On back? That will suggest what shape of bed she would like.
( From her cute photo, it looks like she likes sleeping in that funny position on her stomach with her legs stuck out behind her!) 

Lastly - if it's warm in the house - my dog likes to go out on the back deck, lie down on the bare cold wood, and sleep there! Forget the bed, he just wants to be cool!
Sometimes being cold/cool is  more comfortable than having a nice bed...

 

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My boys have one of these type beds each  -   the advantage is that the bed is made up of a type of webbing that allows free airflow so is cooler.   I got them from Amazon for around £20 each.     They are also incredibly easy to keep clean.   However as you can also see in the last picture huskies can make a hardwood floor look like a feather bed.

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@wolfpup isn't he adorable....  Yeah i also researched these kinda beds... help them to feel cool in hot weathers.... also give them support.

are these ok in winters also....??

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@Shepsky5 hey tnx for such a lovely comment ... yeah i now,.. but for now y Simba is just 4 months old... and he is very naughty... he sleeps in all the funny way possible.

sometimes like a "dead dog" sometimes like sometimes all legs up in the air :P  and sometimes just crawled up with her tail on his nose.

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Similar  but this is the one I bought for Mikey - our other husky

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pet-Elevated-Bed-Dog-Cat-Folding-Portable-Raised-Cot-Home-Outdoor-Hammock-Garden/361884605224?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649

You live in India  ....................... why are you worried about winter?    Huskies can happily live in below zero temperatures?

 

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We have all sorts of beds for the pups...the one they love the best...a fluffy bath mat from IKEA....lol...

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Here's my dog on his "memory foam" bed...it's best with the head hanging off, apparently...
and if his sheet is dirty, he won't lie on it! 😉

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Mine mostly sleep on the couch.

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They have nice dog beds but they like to eat them sometimes so they only have access to them when they are super tired.

When it is hot they just lay on the tile floor.

I only use these for place training. The girl likes to eat them.

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depends on the dog, I gave my last dog bed away as it sat in the kitchen and was tripped over for a couple years but never slept in by any dog

some times used to find things stolen from the bin in it but never saw any dog use it.

my husky sleeps on the floor mostly in the bathroom or kitchen as the lino is cool.

My shep sleeps on my bed

My Malinois will get on the bed for a while then curl up on the floor next to it

in my life of dogs i have had one or two that would use a bed teh rest slept on the floors or furnature

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On 10/23/2019 at 3:19 AM, wolfpup said:

Huskies can happily live in below zero temperatures?

Oh...ok.... I thot he is a puppy and his long coat is still on its way... so was worried about his first winters here... as its do get chilly in winters here in India :)

21 hours ago, 2Huskyfun said:

When it is hot they just lay on the tile floor

same with my Simba.

 

21 hours ago, PaulG said:

sleeps on the floor mostly in the bathroom or kitchen as the lino is cool.

my Simba also loves to sleep near by Bathroom.. as he finds it cool. sometimes he just spills water from drinking pot and spreads it on the tile floor and rubs his belly on it and sleeps with all 4 legs stretched :P 

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sounds about right how a husky sleeps...

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Yep  ......................... you definitely got a husky    🤣

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lol if the temp drops to like minus 30 degree's Cent start to worry that he might  feel chilly

on a side note yes it gets hot so people will say have him clipped .......NEVER NEVER NEVER EVER do this,

the just coat is thermal and helps keep them cool as well as warm, avoid too much time in direct sun, so give him shade to sit in, and try to make excerise walks  early morning late evening when its cooler

 

Cliping the coat will ruin the double layers  as a husky has a dense fluffy layer of lower fur and then longer guard fur, which is the grey fur pattern you see the lower  inner fur is just white.

with the coat clipped you will put him at risk of skin cancer. Sun burning and it could take 2 or 3 years for his coat to grow back to normal looking fur

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Looks like a nice dogbed!
I never figured out why the head hanging off the side is so comfortable, but apparently it is? 😀

Mine has been staying outside a lot now that cool fall weather is here...
this morning at 39 degrees F outside , he looked happy and comfortable napping on the deck! 

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Its gone down to -2C here a few times   -  and both mine are happy to lay outside on the concrete no matter how many times I try and entice  them inside.    Once indoors however  Mikey stays laying across the back door and Marley goes and lays across the front door  ......................  I have living draft excluders   🤣

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1 hour ago, wolfpup said:

Its gone down to -2C here a few times   -  and both mine are happy to lay outside on the concrete no matter how many times I try and entice  them inside.    Once indoors however  Mikey stays laying across the back door and Marley goes and lays across the front door  ......................  I have living draft excluders   🤣

oh yes the husky owner begging huskies to come in before neighbours report you for being cruel leaving your dogs out in the cold........  I just say the colder it is the more energy a husky has

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7 hours ago, PaulG said:

oh yes the husky owner begging huskies to come in before neighbours report you for being cruel leaving your dogs out in the cold........  I just say the colder it is the more energy a husky has

Sure you re right...   I have read about the coat clipping... i know it not good fir them... still thanks for educating on this ... its confirms my findings...

I am not just worried about being cold ... but i have read on few blogs .. sometime hard floor is bad for the growing pup posture... so bed in these cases help for those cases also... and he is free to sleep on bed or on floor as per the his mood... from my side...  yet i thought having a bed.. is good ... just to give him option to choose from ... incase he need it... try to be a good parent :) 

 

13 hours ago, Shepsky5 said:

Looks like a nice dogbed!
I never figured out why the head hanging off the side is so comfortable, but apparently it is? 😀

Mine has been staying outside a lot now that cool fall weather is here...
this morning at 39 degrees F outside , he looked happy and comfortable napping on the deck! 

yeah. he also keep switching from  windows to doors.whichever  side he feel is ok to sleep... mostly in front of Bathrooms...  howsoever its not wet...

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