Molly Mutt Builds the Benefits of Wool into New USA-Made Crate Pads

August 10, 2016

Molly mutt, makers of pet comfort products and sustainable bedding, has announced the launch of their innovative new crate pads with wool inserts. Known for their creativity in product development and design, the new molly mutt crate pads deliver all-natural, anti-bacterial comfort to crate-trained dogs.

A popular material in the baby diapering world, wool’s health benefits easily cross over into the realm of pet bedding, according to molly mutt. Naturally anti-bacterial, dirt resistant and water-repellant, wool is also powerfully absorbent, wicking away moisture from the surface and making it an ideal material for any resting or sleeping dog. Wool is also chemical and pesticide free, anti-microbial and self-cleaning, ensuring the smell of dog, drool and urine are eliminated, and allowing greater time between washings.

One hundred percent natural and made in the USA, molly mutt’s wool crate pads provide dogs with cooling and warming benefits, and are covered by their one-of-a-kind patterns that complement the decor in any home.

“We constantly strive to develop products that positively impact the lives of pets, their owners and our world,” said Molly Mundt, co-owner at molly mutt. “We believe our new wool crate pads are a step forward in pet comfort that touch on several key consumer demands.”

The molly mutt wool crate pads come in three standard sizes: small, medium and large, and are available in two patterns. For more information, visit www.mollymutt.com.

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