Mat Type: Orthopedic
Available in Small, Medium and Large (See Size Chart Below)
Features: Contours the body for greater support. Durable. Rip and Tear Resistant. Liquid Resistant. Allergen-Free. Anti-microbial. Wipes clean. For dogs of all sizes and breeds. Made in the USA.
Material: Advanced Polyurethane Technology
Cleaning Instructions: Wipe clean with any pet-friendly cleaner.
Give your dogs the comfort they deserve with Wellness PetMats. While some dogs prefer the hard floor to a warm, cushy mat, the floor can cause long-term damage and can exacerbate existing health conditions.
Wellness Petmats offers an orthopedic surface for better joint health that’s engineered to contour the bone to prevent pressure sores. The PetMat is specifically designed to aid in rising and lowering as well as offering a convenient solution for animals who use prosthetics and medical aids.
The PetMat is anti-micorbial by design and is easy to wipe clean with any pet-friendly cleaner. It is resistant to liquids and odors!
And it keeps getting better. The beveled edge discourages chewing and the material is resistant to rips and tears, making the Wellness PetMat the most durable mat on the market.
With a 20 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty and almost 2 decades of proven durability, you can trust that this mat will outlast all of the others.
Sleeping Style: Does your dog stretch out or curl up when they sleep? Younger dogs tend to curl up more when they sleep because their bodies and spine are more flexible. Older dogs tend to stretch out. If your dog curls up most of the time, make sure you get a mat big enough for her to stretch out if she wants to.
Finally: Think about your dog’s sleeping habits while choosing your dog’s mat. Do they like to curl up in a ball or sprawl out? Do they always tuck themselves in a corner, or do they lay down in the middle of the room? Do they look for the most comfortable cushion they can find, or does your dog flop down anywhere, including the hardwood floor? If your dog likes to stretch out, you may want to consider buying one size larger mat than what is suggested in the “size guide”.
When in Doubt: Always get the larger size. A bit bigger won’t hurt as long as it will fit in your room. Look at the dimensions (not the size) listed to double check that you are picking the right size. Again it is better to buy too big than too small.