For all the doggies out there obsessed with slippers, and all the owners tired of going out with half-eaten shoes, your prayers have been answered! While dogs might also like to chew on socks – shoes and slippers are their favorite toys. I’ve lost count how many times I have been fooled by their innocent, apologetic looks, and totally forgot my ragged shoes.
Now, just ahead of Christmas, like a gift to us as well, Amazon has blessed us with shoe-shaped beds for our little friends to curl up at night. I’ve never loved crocs more in my life!
Some people say the reason dogs like to chew on socks and shoes is that they smell like their owner. But I doubt that since there are many chewed up slippers which actually stink, and I’m pretty sure it’s not the smell why dogs are obsessed with slippers.
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Anyway, now your shoes stand a chance at surviving the dog attack with the new Sasquatch Pet Beds. The shoe-shaped beds look so comfy, I want to trade places with my dog, to be honest. And the best thing is they have a removable fleece lining for easy cleaning. Just because your slippers stink, that doesn’t mean the beds have to stink too.
You can get one from Amazon, and it’s available in pink, beige, and yellow, all colors that don’t really stand out much and probably will fit in with the decor of your house.
While it’s definitely not cheap to get one, it’s totally worth it. The yellow one starts at £47, while the pink is £55. Turn a blind eye on the price this time since they’re already out of stock, which means you won’t regret getting one. Not sure I can say the same about the color beige since it’s the most expensive one – £195. But while they’re happy with a pair of cheap slippers, I’m sure they won’t start complaining about the colors now.
With Christmas being ahead of us, a shoe-shaped bed is an ideal gift for your furry friend. Check the description before buying one, though. It says it fits small to medium pets, so if you have a Great Dane or St. Bernard, I would think twice before getting one.