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€ 149,00 Incl. tax
SHERPA, high quality pillow, in a single color.

The cushion is designed in a way so that a pre-formed hollow supports the natural desire of a dog to lie slightly lower in the middle of the cushion. This way the dog lies comfortable, the spine is relieved while the head is perfectly supported by the slightly higher edge.

The filling consists of a especially stable, high resilience Polyurethan foam that, even during continious use, remains elastic. Polyurethan is also a light weight material that is easy to clean.
Both inner cushion and cover are machine washable.
 

Sizes:
S: 80 x 60 x ca 10cm
M: 100 x 75 x ca 12cm
L: 120 x 90 x ca 12cm

Info and Maintenance: 
- The cushion filling is made of extremely soft, open cell foam. To obtain the excellent properties of this material in the long run, the cushion should be maintained and cleaned accordingly. 
The best cleaning procedure for the inner cushion is to laundry it with a commercially available mild detergents at temperatures up to 60° C. It is not recommended to use highly chlorinated and chemically aggressive washing additives. A brownish discoloration of the foam can not be avoided, but has no effect on the quality of the foam.
After washing and rinsing please remove as much water possible through the spin cycle. The inner cushion can be best dried by air on a rack. It can also be tumble dried at 90° C, but please avoid over-drying.

- Cover: The faux fur is made of a high quality and yet easy-care material (100% polyester). Can be washed at 30° C under gentle cycle or can be dry cleaned. So the fur stays fluffy and soft for a long time, shake out briefly after washing and leave it on a rack to air dry. Please do not put into the dryer. For simple and uncomplicated cleaning in between simply shake the faux fur. Light soiling can be easily brushed out.

Orthopedic pillow with High-Quality-Latex-Foam-Filling

An adequate and ideal lying position is the top priority when it comes to choosing a dog bed. Commercial pet beds are usually filled with foam plastics with little density or polystyrene balls. Such fillings do not offer your pet the necessary point elasticity for a proper support of the spine and of the joints.

This collection of orthopedic beds is specifically developed for pets. They are filled with high-quality-latex-foam with an extremely high density. The higher the density, the more elastic, durable, sustainable, and the better will be the support effect and the capability to regain shape, as well as their support of the main position changes when sleeping. Thanks to the high density, the  cushions maintain their stability and shape for a long time, remain permanently elastic and last for very long and are hardwearing. The perfect support for joints and spine.

This also makes them perfect for elderly pets, or pets with joint problems, dysplasia or arthritis.
This filling is also anti-allergic, antibacterial and regulates humidity and temperature.

 

Vera Posted on 28 September 2017 at 19:25

Ik heb de Sherpa nu 4 jaar en ben nog steeds zeer tevreden ... het is gewoon ontroerend te zien hoe Rambo (een beagle) geniet als hij op z'n bedje ligt. De kwaliteit en

Marcel Posted on 22 April 2016 at 18:00

Onze hond vind zijn bed geweldig. we hebben het ondertussen al meer dan 2 jaar en wou dat toch even laten weten

Karina Posted on 3 May 2013 at 08:58

Wij gebruiken deze MiaCara Sherpa (kleinste model)voor onze (5) poezen en ze liggen er allemaal heel erg graag op. Toen we zo slechts 1 kussen hadden stonden ze aan te schuiven om er te mogen op liggen. Dus hebben we bij elke verjaardag van de volgende poes er nog eentje aangeschaft. En in de zomer kan je er een zomerhoes in een fris kleurtje voor bij kopen. Onze poezen kunnen deze bedjes niet meer missen. En wij ook niet, want ze liggen zeer mooi in het interieur.

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