Making Burrow Dog Bed – It is the natural instinct of a dog wanting to be buried. Smalls especially dogs – like Highland Terrier West – Love pawing at a makeshift “cave” to snuggle. Being undercover gives them a sense of security that a dog bed cannot open. Making your own den burrow meet the needs of your dog and give their own place to sleep.
To make burrow dog bed the first Measure your dog. Make sure your hole is at least 6 longer on each side than the dog inches. Fold the fabric in half. Draw a large circle or oval in its fabric the length of your dog plus 1 foot in diameter. Cut through both layers of fabric so that you have two large circles. Fold one of the above two circles in the middle. Draw a half-circle in two layers of fabric, using the circle as a pattern folded. This will be the top cover of the burrow. Cut through both layers.
Pin half circles together around the edges burrow dog bed. Pin large circles together around the edges. Begin sewing the middle circle in the great circle meeting with rounded edges. Sew through four layers of fabric, stopping at the edge of the half circle. Continue to sew together the large circles. Insert burrow dog bed with padding, cushions or foam. Finish the seam closed.