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You can choose a colour to match your pet's main coat colour. That means any shed hairs are less visible against the colour of the fabric. But it's not always that easy. Many pets are mottled or multicoloured. Or you might have pets at home, each with a different colour coat. If you're not sure, choose one that goes with...

Just take off the outer covers of the bag and pillow and wash them according to how dirty they are. Lightly soiled covers and blankets can be washed for 15-20 minutes at a temperature of 30°C. Extend the program to 30-40 minutes for dirtier covers. Drain at 1400-1500 rpm; it will be fairly dry by the time you take it...

Nomen Omen

30/04/2022

... as one Latin saying goes, and it goes for us, too. For our ancestors, SILVIGER was the patron of the forest and nature; this Latin word translates as words such as overgrown, hairy, shaggy... we've simplified it a bit and we say that for us, SILVIGER simply means FURRY.

Furry vs. Bare

30/04/2022

This name might seem slightly exaggerated, sounding more like a nudist or biker theme, but we chose it to express empathy and solidarity with all those less richly coated breeds. They're our friends and companions too, those who crave a fuss and those somewhat less obedient. So, if we use the term furry, you can be sure that we also...

Schola Ludus

29/04/2022

... or School of Play, is the name of the innovative work by J.A. Comenius (a 17th-century Czech scholar). We started out by playing with our friends on the floor, but it wasn't very comfortable, so we started to play around with the idea of changing it. We played with cotton fabrics and velvet, polystyrene balls and memory foam ......

Silver Line

28/04/2022

If you fancy some time to yourself and snuggle up close to your furry buddy on the SHAREBAG, ... close your eyes and breathe out ... you'll find a lovely warm feeling spreading through your lower abdomen. You've forged a bond. The Tibetans call this invisible umbilical cord of ours the Silver Line. Something that forms a link between us....

Many of you might be unfamiliar with this mysterious word, which is actually the term for the natural camouflage of wild animals. Their coats are generally not made up entirely of one colour, but are a mix of multi-coloured light and dark hairs. This palette of tones helps them to blend in better with different surroundings. We drew our...