Harry Barker Vintage Stripe Envelope Pet Bed
Sweet dreams are made of these. There is not a pup in this world that can resist a chance to nap on this Vintage Stripe Envelope Dog Bed by Harry Barker.
The envelope-style dog bed welcomes your puppy to find a soft spot to lay down with plump, durable bed inserts that are made in the USA of recycled plastic bottles. This eco-friendly detail that keeps harmful materials out of delicate eco-systems is in line with our values. The high-quality inserts are channel quilted and generously stuffed to keep their shape over time.
The easily removable cover is machine washable for easy care, and features a vintage-inspired striped pattern. When you want to refresh the look you with a new color your pet is just in luck because the cover can be purchased separately!
- Made of a pre-shrunk 55% jute and 45% polyester blend.
- Eco-fiberfill is made from recycled plastic bottles.
- Cover is machine washable; spot clean insert.
- YKK zipper closure (that is a durable upholstery grade zipper)
- Pet bed may require periodic fluffing.
- Cool fact: extra covers can be purchased separately, here.
- Available in five classic colors—blue, brown, red, black, and ta
- Harry Barker is committed to creating eco-friendly, sustainable pet products that dogs and their humans will love, and our Vintage Stripe Envelope Dog Bed is no different. The dog bed cover is made with natural and earth-friendly dyes that are also hypo-allergenic. Plus, the insert is stuffed with eco-fiberfill made from recycled post-consumer plastic bottles.
- The machine-washable cover is also prewashed and preshrunk, so you can get it back on the insert without a struggle.
- Overall: 30" long x 24" wide
- Zipper: 23" long
- Weight: 7 pounds
- Overall: 36" long x 30" wide
- Zipper: 25" long
- Weight: 8 pounds
- Overall: 44" long x 36" wide
- Zipper: 35" long
- Weight: 9 pounds
Meet the brand:
Harry Barker started on a kitchen table in a New York City loft in 1997. Founder Carol Perkins was a Ford model in New York, Paris, and London, and appeared in everything from Vogue to Harper's Bazaar to Victoria's Secret. While still modeling, she also made her debut on Broadway as a fire-eater with Penn & Teller. Then, while suffering from a rare brain tumor, Carol became homebound. She began dog-sitting for friends and creating dog beds, toys, and robes as a form of therapy. The products were so popular that following her successful journey and recovery, Carol launched Harry Barker, named in honor of her "Super Sheltie."
Harry Barker is also proud to support the following organizations through give-back programs with some of our products.
Mote Marine Laboratory
Canines for Veterans