Are you looking for a new bed for your dog? This article will tell you where you can look to find a range of wicker dog beds at the best prices.
Types of wicker dog beds
Wicker dog baskets come in a variety of styles, sizes and colours. Long-lasting Wicker is a good choice for a pet bed as it look good and lasts for a long time. There are other types of dog beds that you could consider such as plastic dog beds, but if you have decided on wicker, then there are some excellent options available. Wicker pet beds are also easy to keep clean as you can use the nozzle and hose on the hoover to clean pet hairs from in between the wickerwork and then wipe over with a damp cloth. Wicker dog beds come in different shapes. You can buy an oval bed, a rectangular bed, round bed, square bed, corner shaped bed and even a sofa style bed. You can also choose from elevated dog beds and beds that are flat on the ground. The pet beds usually come with a cushion which can be changed when it gets dirty or worn out. As well as wicker dog beds, you can also buy wicker cat baskets and wicker pet carriers.
Where to buy
You can search the internet for wicker pet beds and will get a number of results of specialist online stores selling a range of wicker pet beds including dog beds. Some of these online stores are: - Waggers.co.uk - Catsandcanines.co.uk - Muddypaws.co.uk - Lamp-post.co.uk - Contryloversstore.com Online general pet stores also stock wicker beds. Try PetPlanet.co.uk, Zooplus.co.uk, K9capers.com and Pet-supermarket.com. High Street pet stores also sell some wicker dog beds. Try Pets at Home and Pets Smart. Amazon and eBay Amazon and eBay also have sellers offering different styles and sizes of wicker dog beds. Both of these sites offer new products and used products. On eBay you have the option to buy it at a fixed price or to bid on an item. Just remember to check the postage cost and add this onto the total price. You may also find a second-hand bed in your local pages or advertised on the noticeboard at the vets, or in your local newsagents and supermarket.