Schnauzer Backpacks & Beagle Lover Bedding Sets Flip Flops Wallet Cases Launched

The PetPalDesign store has launched a new range of backpacks, bedding sets and footwear with cute Beagle and Schnauzer prints for all the dog owners who really love their furry friend.

Bahau, Malaysia - May 17, 2018 /PressCable/ —

The famous PetPalDesign store has just launched a new collection of backpacks, bedding sets, wallet cases and footwear for dog owners who want to show love for their little Beagle or Schnauzer.

More information is available at https://petpaldesign.com.

The PetPalDesign is the online store families around the world are turning to for beautiful, quality gear, clothing and accessories printed with cute, funny designs of their favorite pets.

For the pet owners who have a Beagle or a little Schnauzer, the store has just launched a new collection of merchandise printed with original, fun and cute designs of these two breeds.

The collection includes wallet and iPhone cases with cute, loving Beagle prints for those who want to take their pet with them everywhere and spacious backpacks featuring funny Schnauzer designs for those who want show the love for their furry friend at school.

It also includes full bedding sets with duvet cover and pillowcases or sturdy car seat covers for families who wants to protect their car or beautify the bed with something that reminds them of their Beagle or Schnauzer.

A variety of cool, comfy running shoes, flip flops and faux fur boots with Beagle and Schnauzer prints on them are also available for anyone who wants to have some fun with their dog while jogging, at the beach or around the house.

They are all exclusive to the PetPalDesign store, available at highly affordable prices with free shipping worldwide and sold with the wrapping for those who would like to send it directly to a pet loving friend or family member.

For those who have other dog breeds or pets, the store has the same merchandise printed with Pugs, Chihuahuas, Golden Retrievers, Bulldogs or Poodles, Siamese or Persian cats and even hamsters, fishes, horses and parrots in stock.

To get this new Beagle and Schnauzer merchandise, check the various summer discounts the PetPalDesign store is now running and see the entire range of pet breeds they cover, the public can visit their store at the website link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Tee Ting Kiong
Organization: PetPalDesign
Address: 50 Jalan Mahligai, Bahau, Negeri Sembilan 72100, Malaysia
Phone: +60-12-683-8978

For more information, please visit https://petpaldesign.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 346438

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