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Foldable Crate Chair
Date Posted: Monday, February 13, 2012
Foldable Crate Chair
Manufacturer: AbsolutelyNew

Product Description: Absolutely New's Foldable Crate Chair is designed to make it easier for dog owners to keep an eye on their pet when at the park, the beach, parades, a campsite—just about anywhere outdoors. This soft, sturdy chair utilizes the space underneath the seat to corral a small pet; it provides shade from the sun, whether or not the owner is in the chair; and it features a see-through mesh that's wrapped completely around the bottom portion of the metal chair, so pets can view and enjoy the surroundings while having a protective place to eat, drink and even play with a small toy, the company reports. In addition, it features a durable floor that keeps pets from digging and escaping, plus it helps protect pets from what may be on the ground beneath the chair, the manufacturer adds.

Contact: 800-627-5382 or email at info@absolutelynew.com

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