What is the original anti anxiety dog bed? A Step-by-Step Guide

Here’s what makes the Original Calming Bed™ different

With its canine-approved donut shape, snuggle-ready rim, and soft fiber filling, the Original Calming Bed™ is built to soothe. The bed is both soft and supportive, helping anxious dogs to feel warm, safe, and secure. It’s the anxious dog’s best friend (second to you, of course). We’re so confident in the Original Calming Bed™ that every purchase is covered by our 100% money-back guarantee.

What is the original anti anxiety dog bed?

What is the original anti anxiety dog bed?

What is the original anti anxiety dog bed?

SUPPORTS BETTER SLEEP: Thanks to its round shape, our high-quality Donut Cuddler dog and cat bed is ideal for pets who love to curl up! The raised rim of this fluffy dog bed creates a sense of security and provides head and neck support, while the super-soft filling offers joint and muscle pain relief.

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Pros and Cons of the Best Friends by Sheri the Original Calming Shag Fur Donut Cuddler

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Pros Cons
This calming dog bed is made of super soft vegan shag fur. This dog bed is not suitable for moderate to aggressive chewers.
It comes in a variety of colors.
This bed is filled with non-toxic Airloft fibers for extra cushioning and support.
The edges feature double overlocked stitching for durability.
Four sizes are available, from small to extra-large.
The smallest one is machine washable and the other three sizes have removable, washable covers.
  • Machine-washable and dryer safe construction
  • Classic circular shape offers comfortable bolstering
  • Soft faux shag material for maximum comfort
  • Waterproof and slip-proof bottom
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