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Bumer Beds new Links, Cobblestone and Slate designs
Date Posted: Monday, December 12, 2011
Bumer Beds new Links, Cobblestone and Slate designs
Manufacturer: West Paw Design

Product Description: West Paw Design's Bumper Beds now come in Links, Cobblestone and Slate designs. The cotton beds are handcrafted in the USA and meet a high standard of durability and comfort, and with interchangeable inner pillows and outer bolsters, pet owners can choose matching pieces or mix it up with unique colors and pattern combinations, the company reports. The beds are filled with recycled IntelliLoft—a material created from reclaimed plastic soda bottles that have been turned into a soft and durable fill—and each bed uses up to 108 plastic bottles; the machine-washable beds also feature removable zip covers on the pillow and the bolster for easy maintenance, the company adds. The beds are available in extra small to extra large sizes.

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