I mean, Shiner isn't even a puppy and I still have dog toys all over the living room. And then there are the dog beds... Some can be large and take up a lot of space within your home. But you can't help wanting to make your puppy as comfortable as possible. They are our furry kids after all.
That brings me to a cool new product that I was recently introduced to - the Puppy Crib. It's a pet bed designed for puppies. The Puppy Crib is meant to be a comfortable bed that makes your puppy feel secure while saving valuable space in your home. It's a hammock style pet bed that easily attaches underneath a chair or end table.
I love the idea behind the Puppy Crib, especially since dogs always seem to be "under our feet" if you know what I mean. It's a pretty cool way to accommodate this behavior safely. Of course, the puppy crib doesn't have to be used for puppies only. Small adult dogs could just as easily use the Puppy Crib. It will hold up to 30 lbs of weight.
Here's a little bit more about the benefits of keeping a Puppy Crib in your home -
- Cradles your puppy to sleep.
- Made of a soft Lamb's Wool material.
- Comes in 3 colors - black, brown, or purple.
- Saves space.
- Fits on most furniture - will work with furniture that is 18" to 27" wide/deep.
The Puppy Crib is a Kickstarter project that just launched. If you'd like to learn more about Puppy Crib and pick one up for yourself or as a gift, just click here to visit their Kickstarter campaign. By pledging as little as $19 towards the project, you can get your puppy or small dog a Puppy Crib before anyone else has one. There are lots of other perks over there too, so check it out.
I'm also pleased to announce that Puppy Crib is giving away a free pre-production Puppy Crib to one of our lucky readers. This giveaway is open to US residents ages 18+ only. The giveaway starts now and ends on August 20th at midnight CST. To enter, simply fill out the Rafflecopter form below with as many options as you like. Good luck!
How do you make your home dog or puppy friendly? Let us know in the comments!
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