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Japanese Nanotechnology Pet Beds keeps your pooch’s place smelling pleasant

 

Possibly the worst part of having an animal is cleaning up after them. You have to teach them where to use the restroom, what to eat, and what things are not good for sitting, chewing, or scratching. Even if they are the perfect pet, there’s still grooming, and keeping their pet beds at least some semblance of clean to look after. (Those two go hand in hand, let me tell you)

Giving your furry friend a place to sleep is great, but pet smells often begin to emanate from their bed after a while. This is a splendid reason as to why the Japanese Nanotechnology Pet Beds are such a fabulous idea. There are particles in the fabric that will annihilate odors and bacteria, making it a self-cleaning pet bed. The inner cushion is machine washable, and messes can be wiped up with a damp cloth. This is great for either cats or dogs, and only needs to be unzipped and placed in the sunshine to refresh itself. The price range is anywhere from $70-$90, depending on what size you choose.

caitlyn – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.


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