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Our Top Winter Picks from the Fat Face Dog Bed Range

If you know of British fashion and lifestyle brand Fat Face, then you’ll recognise their quirky yet tasteful style anywhere, but did you know they also have a dog bed range? Yep, that’s right, you can get the iconic style Fat Face are known for, in a stylish dog bed for your pooch.

Established in 1988, Fat Face and are known for their high quality, outdoorsy clothing which is full of personality and colour. Their dog bed range reflects some of their most loved styles and prints to bring luxury dog beds and dog mats to your woofles at home. So, here’s a roundup of our favourite Fat Face dog beds which are perfect for the cold winter months.

Does your dog need a snuggly bed for curling up in by a roaring fire? Then the Penguin Check Deluxe Slumber Dog Bed is for you. It’s a deep filled, brushed cotton bed with a super-soft feel in a classic navy checked print with warm plum and raspberry tones. Want a matching dog mat for the car too? We also stock the Penguin Check Deep Duvet Dog Mat which is perfect for when you and your four legged friend are on the move.

A real winter warmer, perfect for snuggling up in after a cold evenings walk is the Marching Dogs Deluxe Slumber Bed, featuring a charming dog print on the outside and a plush sherpa fleece lining on the inside. This bed is perfect for dogs who really feel the cold. Again, we also stock the matching version Marching Dogs Deep Duvet Mat for weekends away or just throwing in the car for days out.

And not only are Fat Face’s dog beds stylish and unique, they’re also all sustainably manufactured. One of Fat Face’s core values is to always ensure their products have a positive impact on the natural environment, people and local communities involved in their production. All of the Fat Face dog beds are filled with 100% recycled fibre made from plastic bottles. Style and sustainability, what’s not to love?