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The 5 Best Dog Grooming Clippers!

All of the dog clippers mentioned here are recognised as professional dog clippers, the best dog clipper for you may be different, so make sure to read the individual reviews for more details.

#1 Andis AGC Super Two-Speed Dog Clipper

Feature Overview

  • Super Two-Speed Options (Max 4400spm)
  • Light Weight and Durable (Break Resistant)
  • Used by Professional Dog Groomers
  • Very Low Heat emission
  • Very Low Noise emission
  • Detachable Blades (No.10 Included)

Review Summary:
It’s no surprise that this dog clipper came first in our best dog clippers list, it has massive amounts of positive reviews and is a prefered choice for both amateurs and professionals alike.

If you have ever studied pet grooming this is most likely the dog clipper you used in class. The durability and power capabilities make it a perfect choice for educational environments and make it a true professional dog clipper.

The clipper is also very easy to manoeuver, light weight and gives a really smooth cut. If a troublesome patch of hair does arises the super speed settings massive 4400 strokes per minute will make short work of it.

This dog clipper really does trump the rest for both amateur and professional groomers and has rightfully earned its place as the number one on our best dog clippers list.

#2 Andis AGC2 Two Speed Dog Clipper

Feature Overview

  • Two-Speed Options (Max 3400spm)
  • Light Weight and Durable (Break Resistant)
  • Low Heat Emissions
  • Low Noise Emissions
  • Detachable Blades (No.10 Included)

Review Summary:
This Andis dog clipper is essentially the younger brother of the Super-Speed model above, it boasts a lot of the same features as its older brother but has a little less power available. Still a great buy!

This clipper has low heat and noise emissions making it great for working with young or nervous dogs.

Not everyone will require the additional power from the Andis Super but as the price difference between the two models is often minimal it may be worth considering both options.

#3 Oster A5 Two-Speed Dog Clipper

Oster A5 Two Speed - Professional Dog Clippers

Feature Overview

  • Two-Speed Options (Max 3100spm)
  • Light Weight and Very Durable (Break Resistant)
  • Low Heat emissions
  • Low noise emissions
  • Lots of Oster Accessories Available


Review Summary:
Oster grab the third place with their Two-Speed model, also having interchangeable speeds this clipper allows for smooth and efficient dog grooming.

The clipper is very durable and will not wear easy, if you’re looking for a dog clipper to last, this would be a good choice.

The Oster brand is well-known much like Andis and is supported by many do-it-yourself groomers and professionals.

Osters large customer backing also means that there is numerous accessories available.

#4 Wahl Arco SE Cordless Dog Clipper

Wahl Arco SE Cordless - Top Dog Grooming Clippers

Feature Overview

  • High Speed Options (Max 5500spm)
  • Very Light Weight
  • Low Heat emissions
  • Low Noise emissions
  • Lots of Wahl Accessories Available


Review Summary:
Wahl are up next with their cordless model, it may not have ‘turbo’ in the name but this bad boy can hit 5500 strokes per minute! That alone earns it’s place on our best dog clippers breakdown.

It’s very light weight and due to it being cordless is incredible versatile.

The Arco SE dog clipper will require charging between uses and may slow as the battery weakens, this can cause problems for lengthy grooming sessions.

Wahl, much like Oster have a large customer community and have lots of accessories available.

#5 Wahl 9766 Lithium Ion Pro Series Dog Clipper

Wahl 9766 Lithium Ion Pro Series - The Best Dog Grooming Clippers

Feature Overview

  • Claims Heavy Duty Use.
  • Light Weight
  • Low Heat Emissions
  • Low Noise Emissions
  • Lots of Wahl Accessories Available


Review Summary:
Last up at number 5 is Wahl again with their Lithium Ion Pro Series model, this clipper is cordless and boasts self-sharpening blades for reduced maintenance.

This model is a great option for someone just starting out with dog grooming and has had lots of positive feedback.

Buying Guide • Dog Grooming Clippers

Dog clippers features can be more applicable than others depending on your individual circumstances. We have explored what we consider to be the most important below.

Single and Variable Speeds

Single and Variable Speeds

With all the different pet clipper models boasting new and improved ‘turbo’ and ‘super’ speeds its hard to make any serious judgment, is all that power really necessary?

Single and Variable Hair Clipper Speeds

Well… That power can make a vast difference to each and every groom you undertake. The dog clippers power will be reflected through whats known as the Rotary Speed Per Minute or Strokes Per Minute (spm). The higher these factors the easier a dog clipper will be able to tackle coarse or matted hair.

Most professional dog clippers will have what is known as Variable-Speed options, this means that the dog clipper will have a base speed for general use and then a higher or ‘super’ speed that you can shift into easily when needed.

This ability to switch back and forth will provide you with great versatility when grooming, and is a must have if being used professionally.

Corded or Cordless?

Corded or Cordless Clippers?

Having a cordless dog clipper can provide great freedom of movement and allow you to get to them hard to reach areas, but for all the benefits there are equally matched disadvantages.Corded or Cordless Dog Clippers

Typically cordless dog clippers can only last an hour or so before starting to slow, and as im sure you know slowing clippers can cause jamming and snagging of your pets hair.

If you grooming sessions are expected to last longer than an hour or if you will be dealing with troublesome projects I would recommend a corded clipper. Yes they may restrict your movement when creating your dog masterpiece but a corded clippers blade speed will remain constant and will not slow like their cordless counterpart.

I can assure you there is nothing more frustrating than when your dog clippers begin to slow and hair jams up the blades mid grooming.

Nervous Dogs

Nervous Dogs

Many dogs find the grooming process rather overwhelming, and unfortunately not much can be done other than to make our nervous friends as comfortable as possible. Grooming Nervous Dogs

One way in which to make this experience more bearable is to choose a low noise emission dog clipper, again many of the professional dog clipper brands have made steps to decreasing their noise output but some are much better then others.

This was a deciding factor for myself to choose a professional dog clipper as one of my dogs, a rescue, is still very nervous and loud clippers can really cause her some distress and unwanted distraction.

Brand Awareness

Brand Awareness
Pinning the best brand of dog clippers is a tough one and to be honest I don’t think there is a definitive answer.Dog Grooming Brand Awareness

I would say that it mostly falls down to the opinion of the users,

I personally over the years have used numerous different brands and think that I could make a good judgment. this is just my option though and please don’t hold it as gospel.

The three brands worth mentioning are Andis, Oster and Wahl, you will find all three in the comparison below but Andis does dominate our best dog clippers list taking both the 1st and 2nd position!

Andis is my brand of choice and is great for speed, they don’t heat up and are a very quiet set of clippers. I’ve used them for years and would never change! I personally believe Andis to be the best dog clippers brand. Professional and affordable!

Although they may not match the top speed of Andis and therefore are not as smooth they are still good dog clippers, they don’t heat up much either. Oster does offer a good range of accessories however and are very durable overall.

Now as I said before this is just my option but with my experiences I would never go near them again, I have owned a few pairs (attracted by the low-cost) and they are a nightmare, they jam and can cause you to snag the dog. I would put this down to them being a more human hair clipper and because of which not being quite up to the task of dog hair, a much thicker coarser hair.

However Wahl dog clippers are ranked 4th and 5th in our best dog clippers list and must therefore be making a lot of pet groomers happy! Also, much like Oster they have a great selection of accessories available.

Choosing the right brand will be based on your individual needs as well as your budget limit, you can’t necessary make the wrong decision, especially if selecting a professional dog clipper from our list as all have shown great customer satisfaction.


Dog Clipper Blades

If you’re looking for the best dog clippers, you will also need to think about the best clipper blades. Although generally dog clipper companies provide their own blades when you purchase the clipper it is good to look into other attachment brands you can buy for the model you are looking at.

Dog Clipper Blades

Some companies only offer their own blades for exclusive use whereas others fit all clippers universally.  They come in a range of different lengths each creating a different style of coat length and cut.

Fine tooth blades are distinguished by the letter F after the number (size). They work best for small fluffy breeds with fine, soft coats who are regularly groomed and give a soft, finer looking finish. Using a fine tooth blade will not work on a matted dog with rough coarse hair as the coat is too thick for the blade to cut through. For this you would need a skip tooth blade which helps to feed the hair into the cutting blade.

The skip tooth blade is best for a rough cut before you bath the dog – it can most definitely be used for the finish cut and tends to leave the dog a more layered look however still neat and tidy.

Blades have been vastly improved over the last few years thanks to new technologies. Usually, dog clipper blades are made of either steel or ceramic materials and usually with include elements of either chrome, carbon, titanium or silver as a finish.

Steel blades are traditionally reliable, smooth and great if you are only cutting your own dog however as they’re notorious for heating up quickly it may cause problems for professional level grooming or if you use it for more than a 20-minute period. When this happens you can either use a cooling spray or by leaving them on a cold surface.

Ceramic blades are versatile, durable and known to stay sharper and cooler for longer periods of time. However, they are also quite fragile and have been known to break easier.

If you are a beginner- there are clipper blade attachments and grading guards available with many different sizes. These fairly inexpensive protectors will help ensure you won’t have any errors whilst learning the ropes with grooming.

Conclusion has received numerous requests to put together a breakdown of the best dog clippers on the market today (Updated February 2017), with so many different brands offering the same features it can be hard to know whats right for you.

In this article we have looked through what we here believe to be the 5 best dog clippers on the market today. Please note that this is not just our views and opinions but each dog clippers ‘rankings’ are based on our users reviews, surveys and by our own experiences and research.

I certainly hope that this article has helped people who were maybe on the fence to make an informed decision about what the best dog clippers for them truly are. All the brands and models mentioned have great feedback and lots of support from their respective owners.

I think there are options here for all groomers, whether it be people just starting out or fully fledged professionals.

If you have any questions about our 5 best dog clippers or would like add anything about some of the models mentioned please feel free to post a comment below!

Here you can watch the voted Number 1 Best Dog Clipper in action, please note that this video is directly from Andis and that in the video they mention the Pro-Clip variation of the Andis Super two-speed dog clipper, but don’t worry they are in essence the same and still the best dog clipper.

Video Summary

This clipper is a super duty professional dog clipper, its great for the toughest grooming jobs, for thick to thin hair or heavily matted coats.

Its powerful rotary motor delivers an equal amount of power and blade speed throughout grooming.

This balance between power, speed, size and weight makes this dog clipper extremely versatile.

The durable and ergonomic housing resists harsh chemicals and fits comfortably in your hand.

Its cool running and smart design eliminated fans and vents that can get clogged with hair.

It features a detachable No.10 UltraEdge blade for ease of cleaning and blade changing.

It’s also compatible with all UltraEdge, CeramicEdge and ShowEdge blades.

As you can see this clipper is really something, it has been thoughtfully designed for both versatility and power and truly deserves to be the best dog clipper!

If you have any questions regarding these dog clippers or any other professional dog clippers, just like before feel free to leave a comment below.

To have a dog is an incredibly enriching experience for you and your family but before making any hasty decisions, you have to come to the unanimous agreement that a new addition is going to be right for you all – at all times. So, are you really ready to get a dog?


The cute little puppy you are planning to bring home will be part of your family for at least 9-15 years. They will be fully-dependant on you and your family for everything: water, food, shelter, exersize and vet care. They’ll also need a big portion of your time for training, and of course time solely for love and attention. As well as their love they also bring lots of financial and social responsibilities, so it is vital that all members of the family are reading and willing to begin this adventure together. It won’t always be big sloppy kisses and warm cuddles, dogs are much more of a responsibility than that! So before you get tempted by the big, brown puppy eyes – make sure to answer the following questions.


Why do you want a dog?

There are multiple reasons to add a dog to the family, some dogs are aquired for positive reasons and some sadly are not.  Firstly we will take a look at some examples of why people want dogs:


Companionship If you have the time to invest in your dog the rewards are truly wonderful, dogs are instinctively social animals and thrive as part of a family (“a pack”). However, if your lifestyle means that your dog will be left along for long periods of time – perhaps another pet will be more suited to you. aving reduced amounts of time does not mean you cannot get a dog – it just means you need to find one who has lower exersize and grooming requirements and enjoys his own space.

Activity  Each dog, regardless of breed, size and energy levels needs to be taken on daily walk. This means you (or your family) need to be ready to walk rain or shine! This will also help you all to stay fit and healthy and get some fresh air! Walking your dog can also lead you to socialise more whether it be a dog park or just from being outside.

Family Research has shown that children who grow up with a dog are less likely to suffer allergies, have increased co-ordination and improved confidence and social skills. Although parents are ultimately responsible for the care of the dog and supervision of the children and dog together, children can gain valuable life skills from caring for a dog, such as negotiation, compassion, responsibilities and patience.

Other dogs  Perhaps your dog has just passed away or you already have a dog and are looking to add another set of paws to the family? Dogs are naturally social creatures and can provide great company for each other.


Impulse Perhaps one of the most common reasons for dogs in shelters is that people have bought the dog on a whim and without proper planning. You need to assess your lifestyle to identify not only what you need from a dog but what they need from you. Size, temperament, cost are all aspects that should be considered beforehand to prevent any hidden surprises. Getting a dog will change your life in many ways, be sure you are prepared for the commitment.

Trends Dogs are living, breathing animals who are a huge responsibility not a fashion statement – selecting dogs for personal reasons such as to look tougher with a large breed of dog or to carry small breeds around like an accessory or a toy are not good reasons to get a dog.

Problems at home A dog will not solve personal problems among family members however can worsen things as puppies can add an element of stress. A puppy is a huge responsibility and needs everybody working together through the potential stresses. Adding a dog to an already tense atmosphere may just amplify the problem.

Nagging kids To add a dog to your family means you are signing up for a large commitment of time and resources. Although your children could help care for your dog, you will be the primary owner – and the one who foots the vet bills! Don’t be tempted by this, instead try to get your children involved in dog related activities such as dog walking or volunteering at shelters to learn about how much responsibility owning a dog takes!

A surprise gift The scale of this commitment should never be made on someone elses behalf. No matter how generous your intent, it is a very personal decision to make and thorough discussions should be had regarding the size, breed and a multitude of other factors, they need to be in total agreement.


Ultimately, the decision to get a dog should solely rely on your commitment to owning a dog for their entire lifetime – no matter what. Once you take your canine companion home they come part of your family they should be treated as such in any event.


The day-to-day living guide


Each family has their own needs, schedules, medical problems, space and time limits. Research into breeds that may be more suited to your family’s lifestyle. Are you an outdoorsy family? Are you seeking a dog that doesn’t shed much due to allergies or preference? How much time can you offer a new dog? Dogs require lots of time, patience and care (oh and money!) so make sure to do a lot of investigation when trying to figure out which dog is right for you.


Instinctively a pack member they will be seeking social connections and a strong leader figure (this is where you come in). You are solely responsible for all your dogs training as they look to only one pack leader – a well trained dog is much more content. Training your dog is one of the many steps that lead to being a responsible dog owner in the community. Other key factors in responsibly owning a dog are making sure they are up to date with vaccinations, that they are flea, tick and worm free and that they are well exercized, happy and healthy dogs.


Another essential thing to consider is the cost of owning a dog – and not just the obvious food, water and a bed – but the unexpected health costs, the recurring monthly cost, the new toys and pet insurance! Have a look at our article on the 10 things you’ll need for a new puppy. Many people forget that when they first get their dog they must have them vaccinated and spayed/neutered which is costly just within the first few months. Also having to pay the vet bills if your canine companion has poor health (perhaps throughout his life). Once you have a dog they are a member of your family which is why it is crucial to have really educated yourself about what you can handle.


When you get a young puppy – be prepared for a lot of mess! There will inevitably be some sort of damage – whether it be huge or not and this must be thought of especially if you are in rented accommodation. Ask yourself this, where will you be in five years? Will they allow pets in your next property? Are you planning on downsizing? As a large breed might suit your lifestyle now however your planning on a move to a smaller house or flat will prove significantly harder.


Poor-planning is a common reason for dogs to be given to rescue shelters. This is an extremely important decision – to share your life – and it should not be taken lightly as you must be dedicated to it. Try to be realistic about your circumstances and although those big puppy paws are almost irresistible I really recommend to look firstly at rescue shelters not only will you benefit from the low adoption fees – the dogs are usually already house-trained, micro-chipped and have basic training even if only from their time at the shelter. They will also be spayed/neutered and have had full vet-checks for any future problems.


“Saving one dog will not change the world, but surely for that one dog, the world will change forever” Karen Davidson


ready to get a dog

Benefits of Classic Kong

The classic Kong dog toy is an absolute must have for any dog owner. It is used worldwide by leading trainers and vets for therapy and training to combat issues such as separation anxiety and stress.

The sporadic bounce of the Kong toy helps to stimulate your dog’s natural instincts. The Classic Kong makes a great fetch and chew toy in addition to a food puzzle to keep them entertained for hours, which is great if you need to pop out or if you are at work.

Additionally the non-toxic rubber from a Kong can improve your dogs oral health, chewing on the toy it can reach every crack and crevice in your dogs teeth, helping remove plaque build up and food particles.

Chewing releases calming hormones therefore being a natural stress reliever which is perfect for anxious dogs and a cure for boredom.

It also encourages non-destructive chewing and is a great outlet for energetic dogs.


Recipes for Kong

It can be filled with countless different treats and recipes ranging from frozen tuna and cottage cheese to blueberries and yoghurts. Many recipes can help other problems with dogs for example dogs who need to loose weight or have food allergies. You can even put some of their breakfast in there so that it lasts a few hours rather than minutes to keep them amused for a fair part of the day.

In the summer add a new dimension to Kong recipes by putting them in the freezer overnight. To add to the convenience the Kong is dishwasher safe!


Puppies & Seniors

Kong grows with your dog, from puppy sizes to senior coming in a variety of colours.

For a puppy the Kong is a brilliant way to encourage safe chewing. The blue and pink colours are for puppies and the purple are for senior dogs. These colours represent that they are made with a special teething rubber. Although still exceptionally robust these special rubber is softer and can aid a puppy’s sore gums in there teething stage and will be beneficial to senior dogs with weaker teeth.

Senior Classic Kong.Puppy Classic Kong.

Junior & Adults

The red Kong is remarkably strong and puncture resistant made for medium sized dogs and strong chewers. Classic Kong also comes in Black (Extreme) which is bouncier and more robust for larger breeds and the most powerful chewers, no toy is indestructible but this is the closest you will get.

Kongs are build to be super-tough and virtually indestructible but it has been known that large breeds including Mastiffs, Rottweilers & German Shepherds have destroyed them, in which case I would recommend the Extreme Kong.

Adult Classic Kong Sizes Extreme Classic Kong!


Dog beds for large dogs - Top 5

Finding the Best Dog Beds for Large Dogs.

Do you find you are forever buying new beds for your dog? We take a look at the top 5 rated dog beds for large dogs. Every owner wants their big dogs to be as happy and comfortable as possible. A great way to do this is to get them the best dog bed they can have. As a good night’s sleep is essential to your canines wellbeing. Investing in a good quality bed will reward you with a happy, healthy pooch! There is a wide variety of dog beds made specifically for large and extra large dogs. These beds will usually be tailored to prevent and assist with the most common large breed dog problems such as hip dysplasia, joint pains and arthritis.


1. Big Barker Bed

Dog beds for large dogs - Big BarkerThe Big Barker is simply amazing. Although the price is quite high, it comes with a 10-year guarantee meaning that’s 3,65 good night sleep, minimum! It’s specially tailored to large breed dogs. With its high quality 7” memory foam base, consisting of multiple layers of comfort foam and support foam it guarantees to retain at least 90% of its original shape. The big barker bed comes in three colours: Khaki, Burgundy & Chocolate – perfect for any house. It is machine washable and has a 100% microfiber cover. The great thing about memory foam beds is that they are highly resistant to bacteria, molds, dust mites and mildew.Although it doesn’t come with a waterproof liner, they do stock them. It comes in three sizes: Large, Extra Large and Giant meaning there is a size for every dog or even multiple dogs! The big barker is a best selling bed – and we can see why!


2. Heavy Duty XL Memory Foam Orthopaedic Bed

Dog beds for large dogs- Dog bed 4 lessAnother great bed that comes in many sizes and colours. This heavy duty bed boasts 100% cotton made denim that comes in blue and brown, as well as micro suede in brown and gray and a canvas style in green. It has a solid therapeutic memory foam pad, secured with a waterproof internal zipper cover giving it two thick layers of protection. The high density of the memory foam is 5 times denser and 4 times heavier than that of regular foam, meaning it wont flatten over time with normal use. The Heavy Duty XL Bed has a 4” thick base and is pure memory foam instead of layers. They also provide you with a free cover! A few people have reported an odour from this bed however the vast majority have had no such problems.


3. Kopeks Extra Large Orthopaedic Memory Foam Dog Bed

Kopeks - Dog beds for large dogsThis bed is designed to prevent and aid arthritis and joint, hip dysplasia and muscle problems. With 7” of memory foam base and a 3” pillow your dog will be sleeping soundly all night long. With an included waterproof liner that is removable and washable this dog bed will stay clean and fresh! It comes in a chocolate colour and is a suede material. You will have to wait between 10-14 days for it to fully expand to its full size as its rolled up in storage, but a little price for such a great bed! This Kopeks bed provides ultimate comfort and relieves your dogs of their aches and pains.


4. PetFusion Ultimate Dog Bed & Lounge

PetFusion - Dog beds for large dogsUnlike the other memory foam beds in this review, this one has sides! Perfect for an anxious or nervous dog as the sides will make him feel secure and safe when sleeping. The sides are also perfect if your dog prefers to curl up or nestle into something as with the “bolster” they can either rest their heads on it or nestle underneath! It is water and tear resistant which is perfect for all dogs, especially the excitable kind. Removable cover and machine washable which is a must have when buying a dog bed. It can comfortably hold 100lb+ in weight and is easily assembled. The PetFusion has two colors- brown and gray and two sizes – large and extra large, and has a 12 month warranty. A great pick.


5. Coolaroo Elevated Pet Bed

Coolaroo - Dog beds for large dogsIf your dog doesn’t get on with memory foam mattresses or finds that they can get hot, the Coolaroo is perfect for you. Coming in four colours – green, terracotta, nutmeg and gray – it’s flea, mite, mold and mildew resistant! It relieves hotspots and is very breathable and easily cleaned. The Coolaroo is rip and tear resistant and waterproof. It’s easily assembled and can be taken outside and on trips easily. This long-lasting cot bed is a thick polythene material and is virtually indestructible!


So Which Bed is Best for Large Dogs?


Dog beds greatly vary in quality and price, note that a cheaper memory foam mattress will only provide a small layer of foam that will need replacing often and wont give your dog the support it needs to prevent long lasting problems such as arthritis. Dogs sleep a lot so a high quality bed makes all the difference- make sure to take that into account when picking your bed.


All dogs are unique, with different needs and likes. The Big Barker (#1) is exceptional and trumps all others in reviews and testimonials as well as a 10 year guarantee where they will replace it for free – it is more of an investment! If that isn’t for you I would also recommend the Heavy Duty dog bed (#2)


The overall winner today is the Big Barker which is so universal it can fit many needs at once and will last the majority of their lifetimes. It has received only the best reviews (5* on amazon!) and although seems expensive, is worth it to see your dog sleeping soundly for many years! The extreme comfort and large breed specific bed is really second to none and may just be the best dog bed for large dogs.


I hope this has helped with your decision!



Top 5 Beds for Small & Medium Size Dogs - cover

Best Dog Beds for Small/Medium Size Dogs

Picking out the best dog bed for your small breed can be tough. Dogs sleep a lot! Which is why it’s so vital that they have the right support and a safe place to rest their heads. Smaller dogs tend to feel the cold a lot more than larger breeds so to find the right amount of support but cushioning can prove difficult. Here we have compiled a list for the five best dog beds for small & medium sized breeds.


1. Modern Chic Bed by Trendy Pet

Tbest dog beds for small & medium size dogs - trendy pethe Modern Chic bed is perfect for a modern home where a normal bulky dog bed looks out of place. The great pattern and selection of colours makes it one of the top choices amongst dog owners. Not only will it keep your house stylish but it will also keep it fresh due to the easy washing capability. The entire bed fits right into your washer and dryer and requires no re-assembly afterwards. The reinforced microtec center holds tough against sharp nails and teeth yet still ultra-soft high quality microfiber offers your pet a luxurious comfort. This durable bed boats a thick base and raised sides so your pet can sleep soundly and comfortably. It comes in 3 sizes and has a 30-day money back guarantee.


2. PetFusion Ultimate Dog Bed & Lounge

best dog beds for small & medium size dogs PET FUSIONThe PetFusion is another great choice, with its optimal support and overall comfort your dog can rest easy on the beds premium components, helping reduce and prevent joint and muscles aches. This support will improve health, mobility and energy in your dog making it perfect for both young and older dogs. With its non-skid bottom and water and tear resistant guarantee you can feel confident that this bed will last much longer than other inferior cheaper beds. The attractive and modern touch in the PetFusion will fit nicely in any home. Very easy to clean (a must have with those dirty pups!) the removable cover is washable. The base is high density and can hold 50lb+ in weight. This one is so great it’s actually a top pick for large breeds too!


3. Snoozer Luxury Cozy Cave Pet Bed

best dog beds for small & medium size dogs - snoozerAs we mentioned in our guide to buying the best dog beds, these burrow beds really are a great choice. As smaller dogs tend to feel the cold more than larger dogs, this bed is a great choice to really snuggle down in. With the Sherpa lining it will keep your dog warm in the winter, yet cool in summer. This burrow bed is also great for anxious or nervous dogs as it surrounds them with warmth making them feel protected and secure whilst they sleep. The Snoozer comes in a wide variety of colours and many sizes they have options for every dog and every owner! This lightweight, luxury bed has a microsuede cover that is easily removed and washed.



4. Thick Orthapedic Dog Bed

best dog beds for small & medium size dogs OrthopedicThis 6” thick orthapedic bed gently cushions your dogs pressure points easing joint aches and arthritis. The 100% memory foam is shredded for softness and then re-packed in a high density design giving it the firmness to hold its shape and give your dog the support he needs yet still molding around his body as he sleeps. This bed is also waterproof and has an anti-slip bottom, and the durable cover can be quickly removed for washing. This sleek minimalistic bed is great for any area of the house and can fit into tight spaces. Another great thing about buying this bed is that the company donate 10% of their profits to America’s largest animal protection organization – The Humane society of the United States.


5. K&H Manufacturing Orthopaedic Bolster Sleeper


best dog beds for small & medium size dogs- K&HThis K&H cosy bolstered bed boasts medical grade orthopaedic foam. The bolsters come up high to surround and comfort your dog and keep him warm and secure. With it’s 3” thick base and soft upholstery grade velvet your dog will be sleeping soundly all night long. The sleeping surface is a quilted microfleece for optimal comfort and warmth. The cover is removable and washable and it’s available in 4 sizes and 2 colours.





Each dog has different needs and likes and you know them best but we hope our list of the best dog beds for small dogs has helped you!


Our top pick is the Modern Chic Bed by Trendy Pet as it’s super stylish for you yet comfortable for your dog. We love this bed’s long-lasting durability and the strength against teeth and nails! Another bed we love from this list is the Snoozer Luxury Cozy Cave where your pet can get right underneath and snuggle in for the night – do they do these beds for humans?!


We hope this list has helped!