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Ambesonne Geometric Circle Pet Bed, 50s Pop Art Style Triangular

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Size:24" x 16" x 6"  |  Color:Maroon Sea Green

Measurements - 24" long x 16" wide x 6" high. Decorative dog and cat bed with durable printed cover. The pet bed is made out of high resilience durable foam at the bottom and soft and comfortable high-quality Viscoelastic foam on the top. The upper part is detachable so that you can carry your new bed and even make it a dog couch. The softer part of the bed especially important for old and unhealthy dogs. The pet bed set includes a high-quality bite-proof; scratch-resistant cover with a beautiful print on. You can remove and wash both covers. They have zippers on both the bottom and the top part. Print on it will not fade for a long time. There is a size selection option for our dog beds so you can pick according to your and your dogs' preferences. The bottom is non-slip. You can get a perfect fit for slow and hard to move pets, or if you have a more active friend you can get a bed with plenty of room. This is a great bed for aged dogs because this well-made bed can give the comfort your pet needs. Decorative, bold, and vibrant prints of the bed allow some flexibility in the places you can put your bed. You can put together the bed easily with the hook and loop fasteners. You can gift it to your family or friend, relative, or yourself. These beds with the size selection can be great for all sorts of animals: German shepherd, Jack Russell, Shih Tzu Maine coons will love this new bed. Our beds provide relaxation and better health for your pet. The animal-friendly design will be in perfect condition after years of use. We use no dye substance harming the health of pets, kids, and family. Find the perfect gift for your pet lover friend, senior dog owner boyfriend, or cat mother among our mass amount of designs for Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year, Valentine’s Day, and other holidays. The images we display have the most accurate color possible but, due to differences in pc monitors, there can be slight color differences between the product and the image.

Ambesonne Geometric Circle Pet Bed, 50s Pop Art Style Triangular

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