Dogs can struggle to stay warm in the cooler months, no matter where you live. They also want somewhere comfortable to lay and may need something to bring them a sense of calm in intense situations. But finding the right blanket for your beloved family member may be a difficult task.
You want your dog to feel comfortable with the blanket no matter what. Weight, size, durability, and ease of care are important details to consider when buying a blanket for your dog. You will find all of these criteria and more in the following list of our favorite dog blankets.
This dog blanket provides an incredible amount of warmth from a soft texture while being easy to clean without falling apart.
While this blanket comes in many different colors and patterns, it still has a smooth texture that is appealing to dogs and cozy for your dog.
This water-resistant blanket is great for younger or elderly dogs who have accidents but doesn’t compromise texture for ability.
This blanket that dogs love to snuggle up to provides your dog with warmth while not being too heavy to make your dog uncomfortable and hot.
This extraordinarily soft blanket provides the perfect amount of warmth to your beloved family member without being too hot.
Getting the right blanket for your dog can be a difficult process, especially when you can’t feel the blanket in person. Here are some of our tried and true criteria for buying a blanket for your dog:
A: All of the blankets on our list come in various sizes, and it can be hard to figure out which blanket is right for your pup. Some of the blankets are marked as small, medium, and large. However, it is best to make sure you look at the blanket’s measurements before purchasing to be sure the size is right for your dog.
A: If your dog chews the blanket, they may swallow the stitching string or even some of the stuffing in the blanket. That can be hazardous to dogs and may even need surgery to remove or save your dog. Therefore, we recommend not leaving your pet alone and unsupervised with any blanket regardless of their previous chewing history.