Hexagonal Dog Bed Made From Recycled Tennis Balls

by , 08/17/10

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Number 63 on Fido’s life list: Roll around in a bed of tennis balls, chew and slobber over them, and then roll around some more. If you’re dying to throw your pooch a bone, check out Hugh Hayden Design’s Hex Tennis Dog Bed, a cozy nest made entirely from recycled tennis balls. Gathered from the New York Metropolitan area and woven into a hexagonal pattern, the repurposed balls thin out in the middle of the bed to allow room for a soft reversible cushion. At 26 inches in diameter, the current model is the perfect size for small dog breeds who weigh up to 25 pounds, although a larger version is in the pipeline for more generous-sized mutts.

+ Hex Tennis Dog Bed $285

+ Hugh Hayden Design

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  1. Kensomnia September 2, 2010 at 2:38 am

    A very innovative idea.. it may give me something to do with the old tennis balls I have laying around.. as far as a “green” design… not sure about that one, it will still leave quite a footprint after you or your dog tires of it.

  2. bs16460 August 18, 2010 at 7:15 am

    it is realy a very big innovation thanks to Hayden,keep designing such type of equpiment from re-used mtrl.

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