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Calming Dog Bed by Fur King
Calming Dog Bed by Fur King
Calming Dog Bed by Fur King
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Calming Dog Bed by Fur King

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Let your pet look as if they’re sitting on their own personal cloud with this ultra-soft, ultra-round calming dog bed. They’re already the king or queen of your heart, they deserve the throne to prove it. With three colours and four sizes to choose from, you can pick out the calming dog bed that suits their personality the best.

We donate $1 from every Fur King product sold to the wonderful team at Maggies Rescue Sydney. They have a no kill policy and place dogs with foster families and are doing superb work in the local community.

Why should you buy a calming pet bed?

  • Provides feelings of warmth and security
  • Eases anxiety
  • Pet safe material

Why should you buy from us?

  • Australian Owned
  • $1 from every Fur King product sold is donated to saving cats and dogs at Maggies Rescue Sydney
  • Sent from our warehouse in Sydney the day after you order
  • Fast Delivery in 1-3 days
  • Afterpay and Paypal available

Our pets are our family, and they deserve to have the same level of comfort that we do. With this bed made from high-quality synthetic fur, your dog or cat can have a place dedicated to their comfort. The material is super breathable as well, so they won’t overheat while they nap the day or night away.

If you’ve been trying to find a way to stop your cat or dog from sleeping on the furniture, then this bed might just be the answer to all your problems! Pets love it’s extra soft yet supportive feel and are happy to choose it over any other spot in the house. If your pet likes to sleep high up, you can even place it on top of the couch to keep your furniture hair and scratch free.

Have an older pet or one that suffers from joint problems? This donut shaped bed can give them the support and comfort that they need, so they can find a place to sleep that’s pain-free and won’t exacerbate their issues.

100% non-toxic, this bed can even be machine washed and dried on a gentle cycle, so you don’t need to give keeping it clean a second thought.

Your dog will feel the Fur King difference.

Beds are stored and sent flat pack so may take up to a week to regain their shape.


Wilfred is modelling an XL bed in the photos. He's 35 kg but don't tell him I told you.

  • Small (60 CM) - Up to 15 Kg
  • Medium (80 CM) Up to 25 Kg
  • XL (100 CM) - Up to 45 Kg
  • XXL (110 CM) - Up to 60 Kg


Do calming dog beds work?

Calming dog beds help reduce stress in your best friend by providing your dog a sense of security. The walls of the dog bed help the dog feel safe. Remember dogs would have originally lived in burrows.

The raised walls of the bed also provide support for the neck and spine whilst they sleep. This can help reduce the dogs feeling of muscular and skeletal discomfort.

How do you calm an anxious dog?

One of the reasons that dogs can feel anxious is if they haven’t had enough exercise. Taking them out on a walk will not only tire them out physically but it also helps tire them mentally due to the stimulation they get from new smells, sights and sounds.

Physical contact with you will also help them when they’re anxious. Take the time to pat and talk to you dog, reassure them that everything is okay.

What are signs of anxiety in dogs?

There are lots of clues that your dog is feeling anxious. These include avoiding eye contact, tail between their legs, destructive behaviour, barking and whining, panting, pacing and trembling. No one likes to see their best friend in this kind of distress. If the symptoms are getting worse then it would probably be a good idea to call a pet behaviour expert.

What causes a dog to be anxious?

Separation Anxiety – This is the most common cause of anxiety in dogs and it’s hard to treat. Dogs are naturally sociable animals and love being around you. You can try and improve their separation anxiety by taking them for a walk before you leave the house and not making a big fuss of them when you leave or return.

Illness – If your dog has suddenly started demonstrating more anxious behaviour then there’s a chance that they have some type of illness or disease. If you notice a behaviour change like this please make sure that you take your dog straight to the vet. It’s best to consult a professional so that they can rule out your buddy being sick.