DETAILS: PATTON'S BED (MONOGRAM IS IN COLOR SILVER)
It is quite common for people everywhere to view their pets as members of the family but here in the south, we tend to go one step further and build our homes around our dogs. In the 18th and 19th century, it was quite common here in the south to build homes referred to as "dogtrot" house. These homes were built with a large breezeway through the center of the house to keep its occupants cool by providing shade and catching the breeze but it also served as a common sleeping space for the family dogs. The small town in Alabama where I am from is full of these adorable houses. (I always found it so interesting to learn the history of these homes!) Anyway, my point was we are serious about our dogs being included as members of the family and I wanted to find a durable yet stylish bed for Patton! One that could be placed on the front porch for him to soak in the sun and one that wouldn't look terribly out of place in the house! (You know those dog beds that just stick out like a sore thumb and ruin whatever aesthetic you were going for with your living room or bedroom decor?....Yeah, I've had those and it was high time for a change!) That's where my friend Rose at The Foggy Dog came in! I came across Rose's shop on Etsy and fell IN LOVE with her handcrafted (made right here in the good ole' USA) dog beds! Rose's eye for detail and quality makes these dog beds stand out from the crowd. She has some of the prettiest fabrics to choose from to ensure that it blends with whatever decor you have in your house! (Because who isn't tired of stashing the dog bed in the hallway closet when guests come over?!) Thanks to Rose's delightful designs you no longer have to! Patton has LOVED his bed. It's got great cushion to it and the fabric holds up in the washing machine when it's time to launder his linens! Be sure to check out Rose's Etsy shop - The Foggy Dog to order beds for your fur child! She also has tons of other cute items for your pets!
Special thanks to The Foggy Dog for sponsoring this post!