Which are the most common dog beds and dog beds for children?
The United States has the highest prevalence of bed bugs in the world, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The CDC says the number of cases is on track to rise as more people adopt dog beds.
But some dog owners say the problem is more complicated than that.
A few years ago, the CDC recommended that dog owners put up bed bugs on their dogs.
But not everyone is happy about that recommendation.
In fact, many dog owners said they would not have it any other way.
“It’s a bad decision because you are not helping the pet that you love, your children, your pets, your community,” said Dr. Lisa C. Pincus, a veterinary medicine professor at Vanderbilt University.
“If you don’t put up beds, they can get really close to each other,” said Jennifer Tinsley, who has two dogs.
“If you put up a bed, it can cause an outbreak.”
And when the pets get sick, it’s not as easy to get rid of the bed bugs as it is to remove the bedding, which is often hard to remove.
A lot of pet owners also fear a dog’s immune system might go haywire.
The CDC says that if a dog has bed bugs, they will develop an immune response and it can be deadly.
“They can be very, very serious,” said Pincusti.
“And they are very resistant to medications.”
Dr. Katherine K. Tompkins, a pet and animal behavior expert with the University of Illinois at Chicago, said bed bugs are a big deal.
“Bed bugs are the biggest health threat that we face in our homes,” she said.
Tinsley has two other dogs, one of which is an African grayhound.
She says the dogs love to walk up to her bed.
“The dog’s scratching me, so she is going into the bed,” she told ABC News.
“She’s so scared, I can’t breathe.”
But Tinslay says she has never had a bed bug problem with her dogs.
“I have dogs that are good dogs, so I do think that’s why I’m more comfortable,” she explained.
“They’re like my family.
And I’m not the only one.
And it’s hard to find.”
Some experts say that some dog beds can be a good idea, especially for pets who have bed bugs.
But others worry about potential bed bugs spreading from the dog’s bed to other animals.
“For me, it would be a disaster,” said Tinsly.
“For the dogs, it might be like an earthquake, and they’re going to start shaking and crying and they might not even know it’s happening.”