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About LazyBonezz

Lazy Bonezz has everything you need to keep your dog stylish and comfy... and get you organized. Start with the basics, like a cushy dog bunk bed, scratch pad, bowl, and feeding dishes (all in sizes befitting your pooch). Then move on to one of Lazy Bonezz’s collars — from bowties to harnesses to bejeweled skulls-and-crossbones, they’ll make your pooch runway-ready. Complete the picture with one of the storage boxes and bins — they're cleverly designed to corral a plethora of chew toys. Lazy Bonezz was founded in 2008 by Adrienne Shamie and her daughter, Lorraine – a highly motivated, pet-loving design team. They teamed up with Simmons Kids, a manufacturer of children’s furniture, to make their dog furniture as innovative and safe as possible, while still being bang-on-trend. Celebrities agree: Carmen Electra, Kristin Chenoweth, Michelle Trachtenberg, Kelly Osbourne, Serena Williams and the Real Housewives of New York are all fans of the pooch-pampering multi-storey dog beds, collars and accessories. A particular favorite is the Metropolitan, a 4-step pet bunk bed in a fetching shade of espresso.

Past Sales Featuring LazyBonezz & more

Sale Ended March 24, 2015

Pamper That Puppy

Inspired style for your four-legged family member

Sale Ended September 16, 2013

Posh Pet: Majestic Home Pet, West Paw Design & More

Give your pet blissful, squirrel-chasing dreams by giving him a comfy bed. Just like a top-notch sleeping environment is important for you, it’s key for your pet’s overall well being, too. And these examples, from Majestic Home Pet, West Paw Design, and more, are some of the best in breed.

Sale Ended February 10, 2015

A Day at the Dog Park

Toys, collars, leashes and more that'll put tail-wagging fun within easy reach

Sale Ended October 06, 2014

Nikki's Picks: Pet Beds, Carriers & More

These stylish designs for canines were personally hand-picked by actress Nikki Reed. And when you buy, you'll do a lot of good for rescue pets: 10 percent of proceeds from the sale go to the ASPCA.