Orvis UK launch dog bed made from 250 recycled bottles

Fly fishing and outdoors brand, Orvis UK has launched an eco-friendly dog bed which aims to save an average of 15 million plastic bottles from polluting our oceans.

While already giving 5% of pre-tax profits to nature and conservation projects, Orvis are now also incorporating recycling into its products where possible.

In this vein, they have come up with the ComfortFill-Eco Couch Dog Bed, which is constructed with plastic bottles and oyster shells.

Each high bolster dog bed has been made from 250 plastic water bottles. The bed boasts deep cushioning, piping along the side and a chambered liner to prevent the fill from clumping. The springy cushion is great for dogs who want to dig to get comfortable.

You can also have the dog bed personalised with your dog’s name (perfect if you’re looking for a dog Christmas gift). There are five colours and three sizes for you to choose from, with prices starting at £159.

ComfortFill-Eco is springy and plush, ideal for dogs who like to nuzzle and nest to get comfortable; and a chambered liner ensures that it will not flatten or clump. It’s also wrapped in a velvety-soft, quilted cover with piping along the double bolster edges.

More information about the Orvis ComfortFill-Eco Dog Bed can be found at Orvis.co.uk.