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Snoozer Cozy Caves are perfect for dogs that like to burrow and nestle under covers, providing warmth and comfort throughout the year.

Cozy Caves
Made of durable fabric in basic colours


Luxury Cozy Caves
Made of soft microsuede in a wide range of colours


Wag Cozy Caves
Made of fabrics with vibrant colours and patterns


Show Dog Cozy Caves
Made of premium, upholstery-grade fabrics. Our very best. Coming soon.

As our dogs age, they often require extra support to rest comfortably. Our Orthopaedic Cozy Caves feature a thick foam base and a soft pillowtop liner.


Orthopaedic Cozy Caves


Orthopaedic Luxury Cozy Caves


Orthopaedic Wag Cozy Caves
Coming soon.


Orthopaedic Show Dog Cozy Caves
Coming soon.

Let your dog see the open road and travel in style and safety!

A secure car booster seat that lets your small dog see out the window


Lookout I
Solid colours and quilted fabrics


Luxury Lookout I
Soft microsuede fabrics and a removable top cushion


Show Dog Lookout I
Our most premium fabrics and a removable top cushion. Coming soon!

Same as the Lookout I, but includes a hidden storage drawer


Lookout II
Solid colours and quilted fabrics


Luxury Lookout II
Soft microsuede fabrics and a removable top cushion


Show Dog Lookout II
Our most premium fabrics and a removable top cushion. Coming soon!

For dogs who like to sit a little closer


Console Dog Car Seat
Solid colours and quilted fabrics


High Back Console Dog Car Seat
Soft microsuede fabrics and a removable top cushion. Coming soon!

How Smart Is My Dog?

Dog can do the strangest things; they chase their own tails, bark at reflections, dig on solid floors, eat stones, get scared of feather dusters, and steal inanimate objects to hide in the garden - and that’s just to name a few! So, understandably, it can be pretty hard to work out how intelligent they are.

We often presume that dogs that are disobedient or hard to train are lacking in intelligence, but this is far from true. In fact, the smartest dogs are usually the hardest to train - a result of being easily bored, distracted, or too smart for their own good (it is not uncommon for dogs to manipulate their owners to get what they want!).

golden retriever looking up

Who could resist those puppy dog eyes?!

Here are some behaviours that may indicate you own an intelligent dog:

  • They are continually finding new ways to get in trouble e.g. by destroying or chasing things
  • If there is a new exit or possible escape route, they will likely find it
  • They are quick in understanding the meaning of your words
  • They evaluate your mood, and will respond accordingly

Coren Scale

Otherwise, you can look up your dog in the Coren Scale, which ranks canine intelligence in a list by breed. Whilst mixed or cross-breeds may haze this scale a little, typically this is an accurate indicator in how clever your dog is.

Here are the top 10 smartest dog breeds in the Coren Scale:

  1. Border Collies 
  2. Poodle
  3. German Shepherd 
  4. Golden Retriever
  5. Doberman Pincher
  6. Shetland Sheepdog
  7. Labrador Retriever
  8. Papillon
  9. Rottwieler
  10. Australian Cattle Dog

Otherwise, you can test your Pet’s IQ via an online quiz on Petplan or WebMD. Or, you can complete a series of intelligence tests – such as overcoming an obstacle and memory games – such as that seen in WikiHow.

border collie running through water

A basic understanding of your dog’s intelligence will allow you to understand the behaviour and ability of your dog, and adapt your training accordingly. Regardless if they are at the top of the Coren Scale or right at the bottom, dogs are part of the family and need the best entertainment and love you can give them!

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