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All Natural Dog Beds Helps Pet Owners Fight Dust Mite Sensitivity in Dogs


Lumberton, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/12/2018 -- Pet owners who have noticed that their pet has a rash or is scratching itself more than usual are encouraged to check out All Natural Dog Beds' latest blog, which helps pet owners recognize the signs of dust mite sensitivity.

Offering latex crate mats for dogs online that are dust mite resistant, All Natural Dog Beds wants to help pet owners recognize when their pet may be itchy and experiencing a rash or painful infection so they can make the appropriate switches that will help them live happy again.

Though they might be tiny, dust mites have a massive impact on the health of dogs all across the country. An estimated 30 to 80 percent of dogs suffer from a sensitivity to dust mite bites, which can cause itching, rashes and bacterial infections.

Luckily, pet owners can help fight against itching and pain brought about by dust mites with mite-repelling latex dog mats, like those available from All Natural Dog Beds.

All Natural Dog Beds is urging pet owners to be on the lookout for the signs of dust mite sensitivity in their dogs this year and to switch over to a dust mite-resistant latex bed or mat with a washable zippered, organic cotton cover, should they believe that their pet is itchy or in pain.

Anyone who is interested in learning more about how they can help a pet suffering from dust mites or is interested in purchasing a latex dog mat or a washable dog mat online is encouraged to contact All Natural Dog Beds. They can be reached by visiting online at or calling 800-979-8309.

About All Natural Dog Beds
All Natural Dog Beds started with the idea that pets should never be exposed to chemical-laden bedding. They stand for an organic cause, committed to creating organic, natural, and earth-friendly products that are grown and produced without the use of toxic chemicals. By taking an eco-conscious route, All Natural Dog Beds reduces the harm carcinogens cause to pets, farmers, and the planet alike.

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