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Buy A Bed: Save A Pup!

Oct. 29 2009, Published 11:12 a.m. ET

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It really is that simple because 100% of the profits from Greener Pup go to saving homeless dogs and helping the environment.

Created by Kari Whitman,  her  “design with paws in mind” for her celebrity clients like Jessica Alba, Kristin Bell and Virginia Madsen led to the creation of her line of custom dog beds.

Not only do you feel good when you buy them, your pup appreciate that all dog beds  are made in the U.S. and are filled with fibers made from 100% recycled plastic--and a single pound of filling is made from 10 plastic water/soda bottles! (No sitting in a landfill for a zillion years.) You’ll like that the soft, durable fibers in our pet dog beds are breathable, non-allergenic and won’t attract insects.

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Each bed comes with a separate cover (recyclable fabric, of course) so it’s easy to switch them out for a wash.

To make their dog beds affordable to everyone, they will also provide you with 30% off if you can prove that you rescued your dog! Just e-mail us them your adoption papers. (I have three rescue doxies, for example, so the savings is considerable.)

For an additional $20 (100% of which is donated to Kari's dog rescue group, Ace of Hearts), you can send in a photo of your own dog and the room where your dog loves to snooze, and Kari,a  former designer-to-the stars, will select the perfect custom fabric cover for your pooch and your décor. Check out Jessica Alba’s rescue doggies, Bowie and Sid, in their custom Greener Pip doggie den!


Celebrity Design with Paws in Mind!



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