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Passionate for Pets

Passionate for Pets - When creating a modern home, you really have to cover all of the bases in order to achieve an edgy, stylish, and chic design. Throughout each post, we have gone through many creative ways in which to make your modern taste shine throughout your home and personal style. With that being said, can you think of what, or should I say who, is missing a modern makeover? Why, it's your pet of course! Keep your dogs and cats relaxing in style with a chic pet bed from Hepper Home. You'll love this unique addition to your living room and your pets will thank you for their next deep sleep!

Think back to the last time you were lying in a hammock on a warm afternoon. Do you remember how comfortable it was? Now your dog or cat can get the same comfort from the Hepper Wave Bed. This removable micro-suede hammock comes complete with a soft foam pad on the inside for added support. Pets up to 50 pounds can enjoy their next peaceful sleep on this hammock-like bed.

Passionate for Pets
Passionate for Pets
Passionate for Pets
Passionate for Pets

The Sherpa fleece-lined raised Podium Bed gives your pet the best view in the house. That is if they can stay awake in such a cozy spot! This cuddly bowl-shaped nook will make you wish that you could shrink down and take a nap in it yourself.

The floor-level Hepper Nest Bed is the perfect escape from a busy, active day. Your pets will curl up in no time inside the protective Sherpa fleece-lined shell. The top rim can also be removed in case your furry friend can't make the jump into its nest!

Passionate for Pets
Passionate for Pets
Passionate for Pets
Passionate for Pets

Last, but not least, give your pet a place to retreat to in a plush, cozy pet Pod Bed. The elevated cave-like sanctuary will set your dog or cat up for the perfect afternoon nap while keeping them warm and cool as needed. Your pets will have the most desirable snooze spot in the house!

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