Dog Gone Smart Pet Products will roll out its new biodegradable pet bed on August 14th at the New York International Gift Fair.
The new bed, called “Leave No (Carbon) Paw Print” is made with all natural and organic materials. In an appropriate composting environment, the entire bed (except for the zipper) will begin to break down or decompose in 120 days. Prices range from $28 for a small crate pad to $199.95 for a 34 x 46-inch bed.
In addition, the company markets collars, leashes, and harnesses that use nanotechnology to prevent oil from the dog’s coat, dirt, and liquids from soaking into the fabric, meaning that you can simply wash away anything your dog drags the leash through. Remember the old Wisk commercials with ring around the collar? Apparently, dog collars suffer from the same condition, but this new manufacturing process has conquered it.
If you’re going to be near the Javits Center August 14 – 18th, stop by and check out these products at booths 7111 and 7113 in the Level 1 General Gift (Pet Products) section.
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!
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