Thursday, July 5, 2012

Comfy Houses and Lounges for Your Pets from DenHaus and Fatboy

For some of people, letting our pets sit and lie on the cold hard floor of their homes can be a little hard to take. If you are one of these pet owners, then it would probably be safe to say that you would be willing to spend a few more bucks just to ensure that they are provided with a warm and comfortable place to lounge and sleep in.

Well-known companies DenHaus and Fatboy have come up with their line of pet houses and lounges to ensure that your pet gets their own little sanctuary. These are part of the Dog House Collections of My Urban Child.

DenHaus creates dog houses that have been specifically designed to appeal to the instinctive design of a dog for their own cozy space. The company’s offering comes in three dog house collections, one of which is the BowHaus. This dog den features a smooth and easy-to-clean interior that comes with a floppable cushion. It also comes with playful holes to provide your pet with the necessary ventilation. It has a powder-coated steel finish along with starburst cutout design on two sides. Interestingly, the BowHaus doubles as a pet crate and elegant modern end table.

If you are looking for an indoor lounge where your dog can take their daily naps, the Doggielounge by Fatboy would be a very good pick. This is a fun and durable lounge bean bag especially made for dogs is filled with virgin polystyrene beads. Its cover is crafted from a durable nylon with protective coating for stain- and water-resistance. Its cover is machine washable so you can simply throw it in the washer once its gets too dirty. This is available in sizes small, medium, and large and comes in an array of vibrant colors.

DenHaus and Fatboy have proven themselves to be an expert in the needs and wants of your pets so trust them when they say that their houses and lounges will be perfect for your pet.  Made from quality materials and craftsmanship, it should provide your pet with a cozy environment that is exclusively theirs.

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