In 1884, a group of 12 sportsmen convened at the Philadelphia Kennel Club to form the “club of clubs”—the American Kennel Club. Their mission was to advance the study, breeding, exhibiting, running, and maintenance of purebred dogs, which the members all cherished as family companions. More than a century later, the group now recognizes 180 dog breeds, ranging from the well-known labrador retriever to the lesser-known treeing walker coonhound. All dogs are held to rigorous standards during dog shows, where they showcase skills such as obedience, agility, and timed slipper-fetching. But purebred owners don’t have to participate in shows to reap the benefits of the Club’s offerings. AKC assists potential owners by describing each breed’s temperament and grooming needs and providing resources for training and socializing puppies.
It was smaller than expected, but my pup still lays in it:). She enjoys it and it’s a nice alternative when she doesn’t want to lay on my bed. I supposed the measurements given are of the whole bed, but the side cushions are quite large which is what threw me off. The side cushions are probably 3-4inches wide on each side.
I love the bed and so does my puppy. It is durable and the fabric is vibrant and a good quality. The only thing is, because my puppy is teething and chews on things, the first day I got the bed he chewed off the label in the front of the bed.