Is there scientific evidence for why pets are obsessed with shoes? Make it make sense. I don't know what it is with dogs and chewing on shoes, but I guess everyone needs a vice. If your pet is into chewing on shoes, here's your chance to give your fur baby the world. Jersey Dog Company has a giant shoe bed for your furry friend. The dog bed is in the shape of a Croc. Yes, America's shoe. It has a faux fleece interior for ultra warmth and comfort.
I've seen race-car beds for toddlers, and I'm assuming that started with a Disney Pixar Cars or Hot Wheels obsession. So even though I'm not caught up as to why dogs love chewing on shoes, it makes sense why pets are so drawn to this bed. If you've had a pair of Crocs become a chew toy, this Croc shoe pet bed will save you from having to replace your crocs.
The faux fleece shoe bed is odor resistant and is the perfect size for small dogs to medium-sized dogs. It has a built-in roll bar bumper headrest at the heel so your pet doesn't have pressure applied to their body while resting. The perfect headrest and the cushiony faux fleece material is the best combination for your pet who deserves a new bed, and also needs to learn that your crocs are not for chewing on.
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Meet Hachi, found filthy but friendly roaming the streets near the local taco truck in Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles by Pets for Life client Daniela. After confirming at the nearby animal shelter that Hachi’s owner no longer wanted to keep him, Daniela adopted him, washed him and gave him a cute new bed, thanks to Sasquatch Pet Projects. Hachi is now safe and sound enjoying his new home and bed! #PFL #petsforlife #northcentralanimalshelter #sasquatchpetbed Photo by @dfelix24
Our furry best friends always get what they want. When they're begging for a bite of your dinner, you might catch yourself tossing a piece on the floor and saying, "here!" I'm sure most of us are reluctant to do that to our shoes, so we compromise with a croc shoe bed.
This post was originally published on June 5, 2019.