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Close Up Radio Spotlights Fay Andersson of Louie de Coton

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Bellevue, WA – Fay Andersson is the founder and owner of Louie de Coton a successful, enterprising, top-notch business designing and manufacturing sustainable and stylish dog products focusing on health and wellness. Recently celebrating their 10th anniversary, she is a leader in the industry living her dream to the fullest and working tirelessly to educate us about the benefits of her company.

“Our products are individually made in Seattle, Washington because I am a firm believer in keeping jobs right here in the United States. We use highly technical materials with no harmful chemicals for the environment and our pups. Many of our components including tags, labels and packaging materials are even made here. Pet apparels and carry-on bags manufactured overseas don't meet the same standards as products made in the USA.”

Prior to starting her own business, Fay was in a deadly accident which led to few broken ribs. During her slow recovery, she got a Maltese named Louie de Coton. Fay purchased jackets for their long walks together. Hiring a talented seamstress, she designed a fashionable, warm, durable jackets and coats for Louie derived from the highest quality technical materials that are offered by top athletic brands.

Creating her own wearable dog products, Fay uses only natural, recycled or organic materials determined to protect them from toxic and harsh chemicals that are used in the manufacturing pet products.

"My passion for this company started with Louie but now it's to serve other dog lovers and everyone in my company puts their heart and soul into creating our products for them.”

For more information, visit www.louiedecoton.com