When dogs and cats venture outside, they’re faced with an assault by ticks, fleas, insects and, of course, dirt. Spacemaker’s Lucky Dog and Kimmie Cat Cots keep pets clean, dry and safe in the great outdoors – and comfortable inside.
Dallas, Georgia (PRWEB) November 24, 2014
Spacemaker Cots and Sheets USA, a 45-year old, family-owned American manufacturing company known for its quality childcare cots and sheets, today celebrated the grand opening of its new manufacturing facility in Dallas, Georgia by launching new lines of pet cots at the most competitive prices around.
For the pet industry, including veterinarians, pet hotels, spas and shelters, Spacemaker is introducing two new lines of Lucky Dog and Kimmie Cat Cots for professional use and as a resale product to customers and clients.
“Pet owners are among the most conscientious people when it comes to the health and well-being of their animals,” said Michael Carway, President of RCS Enterprises Georgia LLC, dba Spacemaker Cots and Sheets USA. “When dogs and cats venture outside, they’re faced with an assault by ticks, fleas, insects and, of course, dirt. Spacemaker’s Lucky Dog and Kimmie Cat Cots keep pets clean, dry and safe in the great outdoors – and comfortable inside.”
Spacemaker’s Lucky Dog and Kimmie Cat Cots are designed for ultimate pet care and comfort. From kittens and beagles to German Shepherds and Golden Retrievers, Spacemaker offers up to four sizes of pet cots. The Lucky Dog Stackable line allows up to 10 cots to be stacked for easy storage. The Lucky Dog Folding Cot line, also easily stacked, is the preferred choice for travelers who want a pet bed that can be folded for use in their vehicles and unfolded at their destination.
All Spacemaker cots are made of ultra-lightweight structured aluminum and the same type of durable polyester fabric used to construct military tents. They are available in blue and camouflage.
Spacemaker also offers custom, fitted sheets for all its cots and most competitors.
“At Spacemaker, we like to say ‘If you’ve got a cot, we’ve got it covered,” said Carway.
The 45-year old, family-owned American manufacturing company, which recently relocated its factory to the Atlanta area from Staunton, Virginia, produces all of its products in Dallas, Ga. Its cots are made using American materials and its sheets are sown from cotton/poly fabric produced at North Carolina mills.
For more information visit, http://www.SpacemakerCots.com.