Essentials - The Plush Collection

Our Essentials Plush fabric is designed for pets who love to be especially comfortable. Its super soft ribbing provides ultimate comfort and is also forgiving against pet claws making it ideal for everyday use. Essential Plush is crease resistant keeping it looking fresher for longer! 

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Essentials - The Plush Collection

Our Essentials Plush fabric is designed for pets who love to be especially comfortable. The perfect blend of Lords & Labradors quality and affordable choices.

  • 3 Colour Options

    Light grey, Dark grey & Navy

  • Machine Washable

    Washable at 30º on a gentle cycle

  • Crease Resistant

    Always looking fresh

  • Super Soft, Plush Cord

    Perfect for snuggling

  • Affordable Choice

    Value you can trust

Our Top Picks

Dog Crate Set in Navy Essentials Plush by Lords & Labradors
  • Full crate set including crate, cover, cushion and bumper
  • Crate Cover doors fasten shut with L&L plastic toggles
  • Helps with toilet training and creating a bed time routine
  • Handmade design in our soft, plush fabric
  • Creates a cosy den-like space in your crate
  • Perfect for crate training puppies
  • Machine wash elements on a delicate cycle
Luxury Dog Crate Set, Essentials Complete Plush Crate Set In Navy! Build The Ultimate Dog Den For The Perfect Burrow! Dog Crate Cover Available To Personalise at Lords & Labradors
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Box Bed For Dogs in Essentials Plush by Lords & Labradors
  • Comfortable and cosy
  • Super soft, ribbed, plush fabric
  • A contrasting inner pillow with sherpa/fleece
  • Tried and tested – the beds have proven to be very practical
  • Will withstand everyday use extremely well
  • Raised, soft sides for dogs who love to rest their head
  • Available in 4 sizes
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High Wall Bed For Dogs in Essentials Plush by Lords & Labradors
  • Comfortable, soft and cosy plush fabric
  • Beautiful selection of neutral colours
  • An inner pillow with plush teddy fleece
  • Tried and tested – the beds have proven to be very practical
  • Will withstand everyday use extremely well
  • Raised, soft sides for dogs who love to rest their head and get cosy
  • Available in 3 size
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Cosy & Calming Puppy Crate Bed in Light Grey Essentials Plush by Lords & Labradors
  • Handmade luxury puppy crate bed in our Plush collection
  • Extra plump sides for added cosiness
  • Reversible inner cushion with snuggly sherpa
  • Cushioned walls so pup can rest his head
  • Available in a range of 3 super soft colours
  • Machine washable 
  • Choose from 5 sizes to fit half of a dog crate
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Luxury Dog Crate Set, Essentials Complete Plush Crate Set In Navy! Build The Ultimate Dog Den For The Perfect Burrow! Dog Crate Cover Available To Personalise at Lords & Labradors Dog Crate Set in Navy Essentials Plush by Lords & Labradors
Box Bed For Dogs in Essentials Plush by Lords & Labradors
High Wall Bed For Dogs in Essentials Plush by Lords & Labradors
Cosy & Calming Puppy Crate Bed in Light Grey Essentials Plush by Lords & Labradors

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  • Do Dogs Get Hayfever?
    13.05.24 May 13, 2024 Health Featured

    Do Dogs Get Hayfever?

    As the seasons change and pollen fills the air, many of us find ourselves battling the dreaded symptoms of hayfever. But what about our furry companions? Can dogs suffer from hayfever too? In this article, our Pet Experts explore the intriguing question: do dogs get hayfever? Can Dogs Get Hayfever? The short answer is yes, dogs can indeed suffer from hayfever, although it's not as common as it is in humans. Just like people, dogs can be allergic to various environmental allergens such as pollen, dust mites, mold, and even certain foods. Symptoms of Hayfever in Dogs: Identifying hayfever in dogs can be a bit tricky since they can't tell us how they're feeling. However, there are some telltale signs that your furry friend may be suffering from allergies: Itchy skin: One of the most common symptoms of hayfever in dogs is constant scratching or licking of the skin, particularly around the face, paws, and belly. If they have itchy skin it’s worth bathing them in a shampoo designed of sensitive skin, like the PetPlex derma doctor shampoo, especially after any long walks outside in grassy ares to help minimise their symptoms. Watery eyes: If your dog's eyes are red, watery, or swollen, it could be a sign of hayfever. Sneezing and coughing: Just like humans, dogs with hayfever may sneeze or cough frequently, especially after exposure to allergens. Ear infections: Allergies can also contribute to ear infections in dogs, so keep an eye out for excessive ear scratching or head shaking. Runny nose: Nasal discharge or a runny nose is another common symptom of hayfever in dogs. Can Dogs Get Hayfever Tablets? Yes, there are hayfever tablets available for dogs that can help alleviate their symptoms. These tablets typically contain antihistamines, which work by blocking the histamine receptors in your dog's body, reducing the allergic response. However, it's crucial to consult with your vet before giving your dog any medication, as some human antihistamines can be toxic to dogs and it’s crucial to get the right dose for their size. Can Dogs Get Hayfever Eyes? Absolutely! Dogs can experience allergic conjunctivitis, commonly known as hayfever eyes. Symptoms include redness, swelling, and itching around the eyes, as well as excessive tearing or discharge. If you notice these symptoms in your dog, it's essential to consult with your vet to determine the best course of treatment. Conclusion: In conclusion, dogs can indeed suffer from hayfever, experiencing symptoms such as itching, sneezing, watery eyes, and a runny nose. If you suspect that your dog may be suffering from hayfever, it's crucial to consult with your veterinarian for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan. With the right care and management, you can help keep your canine companion comfortable and allergy-free all year round. Here at Lords & Labradors we pride ourselves on our in-house team of Pet Experts, between them they have years of pet owning experience and are on hand to answer queries about our products and their suitability - chat to them here.

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  • How to Soothe Burned Dog Paws: Expert Tips for Canine Paw Care
    13.05.24 May 13, 2024 Health Featured

    How to Soothe Burned Dog Paws: Expert Tips for Canine Paw Care

    As temperatures rise during the scorching summer months, it’s important to keep your dog’s health in mind, including their sensitive paw pads. Dogs can suffer from burned paw pads due to various reasons, including hot pavements, artificial grass, sand, or even chemicals. In this guide, we'll delve into the essential steps on how to treat, care for, and soothe burned dog paws, ensuring your canine companion stays comfortable and healthy throughout the summer. Understanding Burned Dog Paws: Before diving into treatment methods, it's crucial to understand how dogs can end up with burned paws, especially during the summer season. The primary cause of burned paw pads in dogs is walking on hot surfaces such as asphalt, concrete, sand, artificial grass or metal. These surfaces absorb and retain heat, making them particularly hazardous for your dog's delicate paw pads. Additionally, exposure to chemicals like road salt, lawn fertilisers, or pool additives can also lead to burns on your dog's paws. How to Prevent Burned Dog Paws in Summer: Prevention is key when it comes to protecting your dog's paws from burns. Vets Now have put together 4 easy steps you can take this summer to protect your dog’s paws: Follow the seven second