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Nano Pet Products, LLC, based in Wilton, Connecticut, a global marketer of proprietary canine Dog Gone Smart(TM) Bed and Dog Gone Smart(TM) Wear, feline and equine products based on revolutionary nanotechnology, announced its first UK retail relationship with Pets at Home based in Handforth, Cheshire, England.

Nano Pet Products, LLC Strikes Retail Deal with UK-Based Pets at Home to Meet Increasing Demand Overseas

WILTON, CT and HANDFORTH, UK | Posted on November 26th, 2008

"Pets at Home shares our ongoing commitment to providing the highest quality products for the well-being of pets," said Chris Onthank, founder of Nano Pet Products, LLC. The company is dedicated to bringing cleaner and healthier pet products to pet owners worldwide through nanotechnology.

According to Katie Early, dog accessories buyer for the Pets at Home 221 pet store chain, "Our customers are looking for something extra from their dog beds. They want additional features and benefits and a bed that will last which is what the Dog Gone Smart(TM) Bed line offers." She added, "Each of our stores in the UK will carry the crate mats and rectangular Dog Gone Smart(TM) Bed options priced from 15.99 to 64.99 pounds Sterling."

Nano Pet Products, LLC offers more than 22 styles and sizes of The Dog Gone Smart(TM) Bed, including round, rectangular (both available with Sherpa top), donut, crate pad, and memory therm, each in six different colors. All Dog Gone Smart(TM) Beds use hollow core slick fiber fill which allows the dog to nest offering wonderful loft and rebound and are priced from $24.95 to $129.95.

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About Nano Pet Products, LLC
Nano Pet Products, LLC manufactures and designs state-of-the-art pet products as the exclusive global licensee of Schoeller's patented NanoSphere(R) finishing technology. Engineered at molecular levels, NanoSphere(R) makes fabric resistant to stain, odor, oil, liquid, and germs while maintaining high ECO-sensitivity with Bluesign(R) endorsements. NanoSphere(R) is in use today in human clothing brands Polo Ralph Lauren, Adidas, North Face, and Hugo Boss. Nano Pet Products are available in the U.S., Canada, UK, Australia, Germany, Japan, Italy, India, Switzerland, Czech Republic, and Chile.

Pets at Home is the largest pet supply retail chain in the UK with 221 stores, and stores throughout England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, and two franchised stores in Australia. In 1999, Pets at Home acquired Petsmart in the UK, bringing the chain to 140 stores.

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