Never miss another opportunity for snuggles with your pet again! The Pet Agree Bedding adds comfort to your bed while reducing pet allergens—allowing you to sleep beside your pet with a greater peace of mind.
Filled with garnetted polyester, this soft white cotton bedding features Purissimo™ technology that utilizes natural probiotics. Due to friction, the microcapsules burst open, and the probiotics germinate and multiply, using the allergens as a food source. Bedding is machine washable on the gentle cycle.
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The Pet Agree Down Alternative Comforter is available in Twin, Full/Queen, and King sizes. Independent testing showed a 66.7% reduction in dog allergens and a 92.8% reduction in cat allergens.
The Pet Agree Mattress Pad has a waterproof laminated polyester barrier that provides assurance against accidents. The polyester knit 16” deep skirt stretches to fit mattresses up to 18”. Available in Twin, Full, Queen, King, and Cal King sizes.
Brighten up your day with an enthusiastic and golden wagging tail. Approaching people and other dogs with general friendliness, the Golden Retriever lives up to dog lore as a loyal pet. With an abundance of energy, this pup loves to play, run, and learn new things. Pair that with the lovely golden hues of this breed’s coat, and how can you resist a smile?
Tribute this beautiful and devoted dog with the Golden Retriever Dog Sculpture found on the Touch of Class® web site!
True buddies always stick together, just like these adorable Labrador friends. The Trio of Puppies Wall Accent depicts playful pals who have found themselves out on a limb. Made from resin, this dimensional piece features dogs with sweet eyes, golden yellow coats, and realistic details.
Measuring 11”Wx5.5”Dx6”H, this small wall accent is a fun addition to any dog lover’s decor. This exclusive item is only sold at Touch of Class.
Little kittens have a big curiosity—and sometimes they find themselves in quite a pickle! Made from resin, the Trio of Kittens Wall Accent depicts three mischievous cats hanging from a branch. Their wide eyes, realistic detailing, and perplexed expressions will steal the heart of any cat lover.
Measuring 11”Wx4”Dx7”H, this small wall accent adds the purr-fect dash of feline fun to your home decor. Available in gray, black, and orange, this exclusive item is only sold on the Touch of Class site.
Take some time during this busy and festive season to “paws” and spend quality time with your furry family member. New pet or long-time companion, brighten up their holiday and yours with purrs, kneading, and tail-wagging.
We wish you and your four-legged friend a purrfectly merry holiday—and a howling good 2021!
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These Christmas pet canvases capture our furry friends at their most playful! Gallery-wrapped over a wood frame, each canvas is 22”Wx28”H.
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In the Dog Watching Robin Canvas, a darling Westie puppy keeps his eyes on the little bird outside. The window is surrounded by festive holiday greenery, while indoors a toasty fire and a decorated tree create a warm, cozy setting.
It’s A Kitten Christmas when these three cats get into mischief! In this canvas, the kittens do their best to look angelic… but it’s clear their curiosity has gotten the better of them as they play with the ribbon and ornaments. A fully trimmed tree with ornaments and berries stands behind them.
Halloween might look a little different this year, but one thing’s for certain—there will still be treats! As tempting as it is to include Fluffy or Fido in the mix, remember that most human treats are best left to humans.
According to the Pet Poison Helpline, the top food-related hazards to pets at Halloween are chocolate, candy, grapes/raisins, and candy wrappers. Foods with the artificial sweetener xylitol can also be poisonous to dogs (and are not recommended for cats either) according to PetMD.
So, how can you treat your pet this Halloween? 🎃
1. Homemade dog “ice cream”
Mix up some canine-friendly ice cream using recipes from PetMD. Here’s one to try (as long as your dog isn’t lactose intolerant): one half can of your dog’s canned food with a quarter cup of plain yogurt and a quarter cup of plain applesauce. Blend using a mixer or a blender, then pour it into a Tupperware container and pop it in the freezer.
2. Wet cat food
If your cat typically receives dry food, consider treating her to her favorite canned food. The first ingredient should be meat, says PetMD, and the food should not contain fillers like rice or corn.
3. Quality time
Will Halloween be a low-key holiday this year? All the better for your pet! Set aside some time to brush your pet, play together, or show him affection.
4. New pet toy
Stimulate your pet’s mind and discourage boredom with a new toy. The Humane Society of the United States and Paws.org have compiled guidelines for choosing safe pet toys; read them here and here.
Have a game of tug of war, or play indoor fetch with your dog. Let your kitty explore a cat tree or empty cardboard boxes. Remember to keep pet activities in a separate room and away from the front door if you are expecting Halloween visitors this October.
Fall is here, and it’s time to get comfy and cozy! Pull out those autumn sweaters for yourself, and drape your furniture in the Mason Ultimate Quilted Covers. You and your pet can snuggle up together, and you won’t have to worry about damage to your furniture.
This furniture protector covers more than 90% of your furnishing with its generous, double-diamond quilted design. Available sizes include recliner/wing chair, loveseat, sofa, and extra-long sofa. All sizes except the recliner cover have straps and D-rings; for additional slip-resistance, use a rug pad! Cut it into sections and place them beneath the seat, back, and arms.
Made from microfiber faux suede and backed in polypropylene, this quilted furniture cover is soil-resistant, snag-resistant, and water-repellent. Several colors are available, so you can easily find the right hue to suit your space. Machine wash and line dry the furniture cover when it needs freshening up.
An exclusive design, the Mason Ultimate Furniture Protector is only available at Touch of Class®. Click here to shop this cover.
All you early shoppers will love this Christmas gift idea for cat owners! The Kitten Carols Clothtique™ Figurine is sure to put a smile on the face of your favorite “cat person.” Who could resist this festive scene, which features Santa and his feline friends caroling for the holidays? Santa and the cat trio are dressed in their finest. Two cats are adorned with color-changing lights.
By artist Ann Dezendorf, the resin Possible Dreams® Clothtique™ figurine is finely detailed. Santa wears a hand-sewn polyester fabric costume that is specially stiffened to add realism. His handpainted face expresses the sincere emotion highly prized by collectors. This 12”H figurine is new for 2020!
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As summer shows hints of the cooler season to come, it’s the perfect time to play fetch with your dog! Fetch is great for exercise and for releasing your dog’s pent-up energy. Your dog might be a natural, or he might need some practice to grasp the game. Make fetch a part of your playtime repertoire with these tips from WebMD Pets and the American Kennel Club.
- Start small, with quick indoor games of fetch. When you first take the game outside, choose a time when there aren’t other dogs or people around to minimize distractions.
- Try modifying a tug-of-war game. After a short game of tug, toss the toy a few inches away so that your dog runs to it, then grab the toy and start another game. Throw it farther away each time. Tug on the toy when it’s in your dog’s mouth to encourage him to come back to you. This should eventually evolve into a fetch-like game. (Read more here.)
- Or, try a treat-based approach for dogs reluctant to fetch. First, place the toy on the ground. When your dog looks at it, utilize clicker training and reward your dog with a treat. Continue to reward your dog with each interaction until he associates the two. Next, step up your game! Save rewards for when your dog sniffs the toy, puts his mouth on it, or picks it up. After your dog is reliably picking up the toy, encourage him to bring it back to you and reward him when he does. (Read more here.)
- If your dog will chase a Frisbee, choose one specifically made for dogs so it won’t chip his chompers. Throw it lower to the ground so your dog isn’t jumping high into the air and risking injury.
- End the fetch game while your dog still wants to play and isn’t bored.
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