Looking for a new bed for your pooch? We’ve got you covered. We’re Australia’s favourite supplier of dog beds online, and with our wide range of dog bedding, great quality, free shipping, and satisfaction guarantee, it’s not hard to see why.
Australian Made Quality Dog Beds
All our dog beds are Australian made, so you know you’re only getting the best quality. By buying Australian made products, you’re also helping support local Australian jobs, so it’s a real win-win.
Why Shop With Us
We stock only the best quality, and with our great prices, you can rest assured you and your pooch will both love your new dog bed. Visit our online store here and see for yourself.
All orders come with Free Shipping, and we back all our products with a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. We stand behind our products, and we know our customers are the backbone of our business, so customer satisfaction is our main goal.
Our Dog Beds
Have a look at our online store and you’re sure to find the perfect tough, comfy pet bed that your dog will love. As well as the standard trampoline dog beds (that’s raised dog beds), we also have cushions and mats, futons, and all manner of indoor and outdoor bedding. We have orthopedic dog beds, memory foam dog beds, a few cubby-house beds your dog can hide in (very handy if they’re scared of thunderstorms, by the way). A customer favourite is the Buddy Bed from Snooza: simple, comfortable, easy to wash – it’s the all-round favourite for people and dogs alike!
Treat Your Dog
So many dogs’ beds are tired, scrappy, low-quality, uncomfortable contraptions; don’t fall into the trap of letting your dog have a sub-standard night’s sleep! Treat your dog to a nice, soft, comfy, Alpha Dog Bed, and he (or she) will thank you for it.
Other Pet Beds
And if you’re a cat person – don’t worry, we’ve got you covered too, our pet beds cater to animals of all shapes and colours. Lots of our customers use our pet bedding for cats, or even for ferrets and pigs! You’d be surprised how many different types of animals enjoy the comfort of an Alpha Dog Bed.
Choosing the right dog bed
Choosing the right dog bed for your dog isn’t always easy – but it is important, since dogs can spend up to 12 hours a day sleeping. Dog beds are available in all sorts of shapes, colours, sizes and designs; some differences are just cosmetic, but some cater to all sorts of specific needs dogs of various health conditions, sizes and ages have. We’ve gathered together a few tips to help you make the right choice, to help ensure your dog gets a good night’s sleep every night.
Here are some tips to consider before you take the plunge and buy your dog a bed:
How big is your dog? Dog beds come in a wide range of sizes, and it’s important that the bed’s big enough to accommodate him (or her). If the bed’s not comfortable, your dog won’t sleep in it.
Your dog’s age, breed & health issues
Some breeds (particularly larger dogs) often have joint problems and other potential health issues, so make sure you’ve spoken to a vet about any particular needs your dog might have.
Your dog might benefit from an orthopaedic mattress, a memory foam mattress, or magnetic therapy features, and some beds also feature low, easy access for less mobile dogs.
Your dog’s sleeping style
How does your dog sleep? Does he curl up into a little ball, or sprawl out and take up a lot of room, or does he like burrowing under a doona and getting himself into a cosy little dog bed heaven?
If you’re not familiar with how your dog sleeps, take the time to observe him over a few nights, and get a feel for how he likes to get comfortable.
Your dog’s personality & quirks
If you have a puppy who loves chewing anything he can get his teeth into, getting a durable dog bed will be the first order of business. If he’s anxious or just loves burrowing, he’ll need an enclosed bed that offers him a bit more security.
Only you know your dog and all his quirks, so keep them in mind when thinking about what type of bed would suit him best.
Splurge or save?
If you’re on a budget, it can be tempting to go for a cheap imported dog bed, but if your dog is using it regularly, this’ll mean you’ll quickly need a replacement anyway.
Beds can range from the cheap and nasty $20 types, all the way to the Australian handmade quality range of beds for up to a few hundred dollars.
It’s important to decide on your budget before you make a purchase, keeping in mind that not all beds are created equal, and you will get what you pay for.
Types of dog beds
- Raised dog beds
Ideal for outdoor use, raised beds are the classic dog bed style. Being elevated has the added bonus of keeping fleas and other pests at bay.
- Mats & cushions
These simple beds are easy for dogs with joint problems to get on and off, but don’t offer the cosiness of other styles.
- Walled dog beds
Walled beds are the most popular style of dog bed we sell, capturing both cosiness of an enclosed bed with the easy access of a low mat. Walled beds are a genuine customer favourite for dog and owner alike.
- Enclosed dog beds
Enclosed beds are perfect for the dog who likes burrowing in and cosying up at night. An enclosed bed is the perfect little haven for a dog who likes a bit of security and privacy.