Does your dog spend a lot of time outdoors? Does he like the cooler air outside when it’s warm inside? In this case, many dogs just lie on the grass and come inside with dirt on their fur. Thus, if you want to pamper your best friend outdoors as well as indoors, an outdoor dog bed may be worth your consideration.

One of the best places to seek for your outdoor pet bed is to go through the Internet and visit sites such as, PupLife or Orvis which off huge selections of pet accessories for you to choose from. For instance, a poly resin bed that is raised from the ground makes a great choice for an outdoor dog bed due to its portability. Other types of dog beds for the outdoors include aluminum and steel beds, both of which add the chew-proof factor to the dog bed.

Specifically, the outside Orvis dog bed by is produced from acrylic fabric on the outside and poly fiber on the inside. This makes this bed susceptible to water or odor, a factor which helps even a wet dog dry up while sleeping on it outdoors. Essentially, the inner portion of the dog bed is made not to crumble after a period of time, which is why this bed would also be suited for dogs with incontinence problems. With coverings that come in 3 designs – multistripe, red stripe or dark green – this will definitely be a complement to your garden.

Concerned for your dog staying outdoors during winter time? That’s why there are the heated outdoor beds made especially for dogs. With a thermostat control installed within, you won’t have to worry about your dog getting over heated as the temperature will be properly controlled. These type of dog beds are highly suited to be placed in outdoor dog houses and are completely safe for your best friend. The spring coiled electrical wire helps to prevent your dog from chewing it, while the cover is made from material that is fully washable. With this, you can be sure that your heated dog bed will be easily maintained and durable.

Finally, if you are placing your heated outdoor dog bed in a dog house, it may be worth considering getting one which is smaller than the entire floor space so that your dog may be able to get off the bed if he wants to. This way, you can be sure that your dog receives ultimate levels in comfort.