The flat-pack dog bed harbors a number of benefits — from a convenience-focused design to stong affordability perks. Rocky Brooks — a graduate from the Northumbria University in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, has attempted to reimagine this canine furniture silhouette for animal rescue centers. The project produces an alternative to plastic beds.
Entitled 'Dog Goes Here,' the flat-pack dog bed is made of cardboard. The silhouette can be assembled, following a few easy steps — remove the recycled paper sleeve, unfold the bed into a shape, add bedding, and label the box with the furry friend's name. Rocky Brooks' product is recyclable, embracing the concept of sustainability, and cost-effective, which is surely a concern for rescue centers.
The flat-pack dog bed comes in three different sizes to satisfy the needs of a variety of breeds.