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Dog Sleeping Bag - Vancouver Olive

€159,00

The Dog Sleeping Bag Vancouver has an eco down padding made from recycled PET bottles for all those furry friends that like to hide under blankets. The sleeping bag can be zipped up to twice the size, and snap buttons on the top make it easy for the dog to enter the...

The Dog Sleeping Bag Vancouver has an eco down padding made from recycled PET bottles for all those furry friends that like to hide under blankets. The sleeping bag can be zipped up to twice the size, and snap buttons on the top make it easy for the dog to enter the cozy cave-like space. The comfy sleeping place can practically be rolled up in a bag, so that it can be carried along comfortably, also on journeys.

Certified by GRS Recycling Standard.

Outer material: 100% recycled polyester
Padding: 100% recycled polyester
Inner lining: 100% organic Cotton, 3% Elastane
Care: Close zippers before washing / Leave enough space in the washing machine for the eco down to evolve / Add laundry balls to the machine to avoid any potential clotting of the eco down filling / Gently wash at max. 30°C & 600 rotations, using a mild or special down detergent / Do not use fabric conditioner! / Let the wet sleeping bag dry lying flat on the drying rack / Shake the bag several times after washing to loosen up the eco down filling / Bag can now be impregnated
Measurements: 60 x 70 cm

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