Home > Press > Nano Pet Products to Debut New Dog Gone Smart(TM) Canine, Feline, & Equine Lines Using Proprietary Nanosphere(R) Fabric Technology at the Zoomark Pet Show May 7-10, 2009
Nano Pet Products, LLC, a Wilton, Connecticut-based company dedicated to bringing cleaner and healthier pet products to pet owners worldwide through nanotechnology, will debut an expanded line of dog beds and apparel, new feline beds, and a new line of equine apparel called Dog Gone Smart(TM) Horse Wear at the Zoomark International show at the BolognaFiere Exhibition Center in Bologna, Italy, May 7-10, 2009. Nano Pet Products, LLC is the worldwide exclusive licensee for pet products manufactured with NanoSphere(R), a revolutionary proprietary fabric finish technology based on nanotechnology from Schoeller(R) Technologies AG, Switzerland. Please stop by booth #22 in U.S. Pavilion Hall 22.
Nano Pet Products to Debut New Dog Gone Smart(TM) Canine, Feline, & Equine Lines Using Proprietary Nanosphere(R) Fabric Technology at the Zoomark Pet Show May 7-10, 2009
BOLOGNA, Italy and WILTON, CT | Posted on May 6th, 2009
"Our partners and clients rely on Dog Gone Smart(TM) to provide revolutionary nanotechnology products that are not only cost-effective and environmentally friendly, but also durable and long-lasting," said Chris Onthank, founder. Onthank is currently seeking co-branding partners to expand the use of Dog Gone Smart(TM) Technology using NanoSphere(R) in the international pet industry.
The NanoSphere(R) fabric finish uses nanotechnology, creating a non-visible structured textile surface so that coat oil, dirt, and liquids run off the surface. The fabric is highly abrasion resistant and stands up to frequent washing. NanoSphere(R) was developed in Switzerland and carries the label "bluesign(R) approved." The bluesign(R) standard is based on the world's strictest EHS (environment, health and safety) stipulations for textiles and examines all the relevant components from the very beginning of the manufacturing process. Nano Pet products are also bacteriostatic, inhibiting the spread of bacteria that can cause odor.
The Dog Gone Smart(TM) Bed is available in more than 25 styles and sizes, including round, rectangular (both available with Sherpa top), donut, crate pad, and knife-edge memory foam, each in six different colors. All Dog Gone Smart(TM) Beds (except knife-edge memory foam) use hollow core slick fiber fill allowing the dog to nest, yet rebounds when the dog leaves its bed. Also new is an extra-large crate pad. The beds and crate pads are priced from MSRP $24.95 to $159.95. A new 45"x 58" pet throw is also available in navy, brown, red, khaki, and leopard faux suede, with a reverse side of soft microfiber velvet, priced from MSRP $89 to $124.95.
Dog Gone Smart(TM) Wear dog apparel is available in five styles, thirteen sizes, eight colors, and is priced from MSRP $35 to $75. Sizing is available in 2" increments from 8" to 32". New styles include an all-season weight barn jacket and a denim jacket, both with flannel plaid lining. A new 18" cat bed with Sherpa inside will also debut, available in five colors and leopard faux suede, priced from MSRP $59.95 to $69.95.
The new Dog Gone Smart(TM) Horse Wear apparel line features state-of-the-art saddle pads in black, navy, tan and white, priced at MSRP $65, and horse sheets, available in 72" to 84" sizes, in hunter green, navy and tan, priced starting at MSRP $90.
Dog Gone Smart(TM) pet products can be purchased at retailers like Petco, Pet Food Express, Pet People, Joyful Honda in Japan, Pets at Home in the UK, Fressnaph in Europe, and U.S. and international distributors covering 17 countries on 4 continents. Nano Pet Products, LLC provides the highest quality products that consumers can trust for their pets and their homes.
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