Chunk, a four-month-old English Bulldog puppy, is seen in a video playing with his new Memory Foam bed. Bulldogs like big, soft beds that they can curl up in. They prefer to sleep in cold weather in an air conditioned room. Sherpa blankets are the best option for them as they absorb sweat and water. Bulldogs prefer soft beds, especially orthopedic mattresses that offer comfort and support. English Bulldogs like to sleep curled up and snore heavily. It is important to provide them with a soft, padded surface for comfort and support. Bulldogs need a bed that is at least two times their length. Although dogs do not necessarily need individual beds, it is recommended to give them a choice. Dogs instinctively know what fabric texture is good for them. A good dog bed for bulldogs should be large, soft, and made from a durable material. Bulldogs tend to snore and drool, so it should be easy to clean. The cost of a dog bed depends on various factors, but it ranges from $20 to $200. Raised ridges on the bed make it easier for the dog to find the edges and keep it clean. English Bulldogs sleep between 12 and 14 hours per day, sometimes even up to 18 hours. They are a lazy breed and love to nap.