Jersey dog Toby in soft comfortable bed

Posted September 19, 2008

New Jersey dogs know how to kick back and get comfortable! No matter if Toby is at home or at the office, Toby always has a West Paw Design bed nearby.

Toby is an eight month old Parson Russell Terrier who goes to work everyday, where he promptly jumps into his soft Bumper Bed® and chews his rawhide. After some rigorous chewing, it is routine for Toby to fall asleep and nap until noon!

Toby is belly up- asleep

At home, Toby has an orange Eco Nap®. The kitchen tile is hard and cold, so Toby actually drags the Eco Nap® around the house and places it everywhere he wants to lay down. The beds are so soft and comfortable. Toby’s human Mom likes the Eco Nap because of its durability and easy cleaning. She has washed it at least 10 times so far, and it still looks pretty good! That is pretty impressive - but not nearly as impressive as learning that this super soft bed stuffing and fabric on the Eco Nap® is made from recycled plastic bottles!

Toby smiling!

Toby’s Mom bought these beds online, and is planning on buying some West Paw toys soon too - but she’ll probably check our dealer locator, so she can see and feel the toys in person before she buys them. Buying eco-friendly toys and beds locally for your favorite furry friend... brings unbelievable happiness to our pets and smiles to us humans!


Toby finds the most comfortable position


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