Crochet Pet Bed Pattern

Crochet Pet Bed Pattern

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Crochet Peg Bed, Cats or Dogs

Crochet Pet Bed, Cats or Dogs

Crochet Pet Bed

This easy to Crochet Pet Bed pattern is available in 4 different sizes. Everything from little Toy Size Dogs and small cats to big cats and large dogs!

The size shown here with Penny, the loveable dog, is medium. She is a smaller dog. Based on measurements of this pet size bed. I have determined approximate species sizes.

For the record, my cat Riverstone, a 10 lb kitty would need a medium size.

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Sizes to Species

  • Small – Tea Cups, Toy Dogs, Small to Medium Cats and Chihuahua.
  • Medium – Adult Cats, Pugs, Beagles, Collies and Cocker Spaniels.
  • Large – Boxers, Bull Dogs, Bull Terrier, Basset Hound and Corgis.
  • X-Large – Doberman, Grey Hound, German Shepherd and Large Collies.

This is a picture of Riverstone in the small size. You can see it’s a bit too small for her. She loves to stretch out. So make sure you crochet the bed that makes sense for a comfortable sleep for your loved one.

Crochet Pet Bed - Riverstone in Small Pet Bed Size

Crochet Pet Bed – Riverstone in Small Pet Bed Size

Overall, this pet bed is easy to make. I made mine within a day and it was super easy! If you need help with the pattern or instructions, please follow the tutorial below.

Tutorial

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