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Dog Gone Smart Pet Products, a global pet products company dedicated to natural pet safety and health through nanotechnology, will debut its stylish and innovative new sport coats, unique lounger beds, and a new line of classic Horse Wear including saddle pads and horse sheets, at this year's Global Pet Expo, March 16-18, at the Orlando Convention Center. Please stop by for a demonstration of this remarkable technology at booth #2083.
Dog Gone Smart pet products are American Pet Products certified, and were recently recognized as one of the top four pet products of the year at the Global PETS Forum in Barcelona, Spain.
"Demand for our classically designed and innovative pet products and for co-branding opportunities, continues to expand globally," said Dog Gone Smart founder, Chris Onthank. "Global is one of the most effective platforms to continue that expansion."
These revolutionary pet products incorporate Dog Gone Smart™ nanotechnology that is PFOA- and PFOS-free of known carcinogens and are "bluesign® approved," the world's strictest EHS (environment, health and safety) stipulations for textiles. The nanotechnology is impregnated into the fabric without altering its texture and feel, and produces a non-visible structured textile surface that coat oil, dirt, and liquids cannot stick to. Residue can be rinsed off with water or machine washed. The fabric stands up to frequent washing and is highly abrasion resistant. These pet products also incorporate non-silver-based bacteriostatic, a proprietary technology that inhibits the spread of bacteria that can cause 'doggy' odor.
The new Sport Jacket has a wind- and waterproof outer shell and fleece lining on the inside, a faux fur collar, reflective trim, protective chest and abdominal piece, polyfill insulation, adjustable elastic waist, neck with zipper closure, and dual buckle fasteners at the back for easy fit. Jacket sizes range from 8" to 30" and are available in red, green, and blue.
Dog Gone Smart will also debut its new lounger bed, made from 100% cotton machine washable canvas and inside pillow for added comfort. Bed sizes range from extra small to extra large and are available in navy, brown, khaki, olive, and red. MSRP prices range from $60.38 to $151.60.
Dog Gone Smart™ Horse Wear apparel will also be introduced, featuring state-of-the-art saddle pads in tan, navy, black, and white, priced at MSRP $65, and horse sheets in sizes ranging from 72" to 84" in hunter green, navy, and tan, priced from MSRP $100. Dog Gone Smart™ technology's advanced moisture management finish combines two technologies in one product. The outside is finished with a stain, dirt and liquid repellent, while the inside absorbs perspiration, preventing chills and overheating.
About Dog Gone Smart Pet Products
Nano Pet Products is a global marketer of proprietary and innovative canine, feline, and equine products. We are excited to bring Dog Gone Smart Technology™ to pet products in order to solve all kinds of consumer problems and we do it in a way that doesn't diminish the natural beauty and feel of our fabrics.
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10 Old Boston Road
Wilton, CT 06897
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