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Scruffs® heads to the USA for Global Pet Show

Premium pet-bedding brand Scruffs® will be attending Global Pet Show in Orlando, Florida. The event takes place from March 22-24, 2017.

The Manchester-based company, which prides itself on British design and innovation, will be showcasing its expansive bedding range and new additions for 2017.

Both potential and existing customers will have a chance to see Scruffs®’ self-heating, self-cooling, water-resistant and memory foam bedding first-hand, plus the company’s armourdillo anti-chew, orthopaedic mattress.

Two ranges to look out for at the show are the Scruffs® Self-Heating and Orthopaedic Memory Foam beds. These beds are the best-sellers in the Scruffs® range and offer the widest variety in terms of style, size and colour.

The Self-Heating beds are designed using a foam layer which is backed with reflective foil, this technology then reflects heat back to the dog, keeping them warm. The Scruffs® Thermal dog coats have also been a very popular apparel accessory to the Thermal collection.

The Scruff® Memory Foam range is designed predominately for larger breeds or those which require more support for joints, back or body. The beds contain a dense memory foam fill, which moulds to the shape of the dog, providing the ultimate level of support.

Scruffs® products are currently available in over 40 countries around the globe, and the Old Trafford-based company will be looking to increase this number after the show.

Group sales director at Scruffs®, Dubby Klyne said: “We’re excited to be taking the Scruffs® range across the pond for the Global Pet Expo this month, and are looking forward to growing the Scruffs® brand into more markets for 2017 and beyond.”

Scuffs® will be located in Booth #3445 at the Global Pet Expo.

About Sara Cork

Sara Cork
Sara Cork is the editor of Pet Gazette. She has nearly eight years' experience in consumer and B2B titles. Feel free to drop her a line with any stories or feature ideas.

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