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Pet Parents Pawtect Blanket Premium Waterproof Dog & Cat Blanket

Pet Parents Pawtect Blanket Premium Waterproof Dog & Cat Blanket

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    Excellent Blanket

    By Cannin314 on Dec 31, 2021

    I always have a constant rotation of foster dogs. I currently have a shy dog still working on house training, and a senior female who has minor incontinence. I'm constantly washing beds and blankets and these are perfect for laying over furniture or other more difficult to wash items. There is a plastic I always have a constant rotation of foster dogs. I currently have a shy dog still working on house training, and a senior female who has minor incontinence. I'm constantly washing beds and blankets and these are perfect for laying over furniture or other more difficult to wash items. There is a plastic liner inside, but it doesn't crinkle. I'm sure after a lot of use and washes the plastic inside will not be 100% intact so it won't remain water proof forever, but expecting that is unreasonable, I feel. … more

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    Disappointed

    By LunasMom on Dec 9, 2021

    My dog loves this blanket & I did at first too. It’s very soft and a good size. However, within 1-2 weeks she had chewed a small hole at the edging of the blanket, was able to pull the inside of the blanket through the hole, and to my surprise was eating a thin, sticky plastic lining that was on the My dog loves this blanket & I did at first too. It’s very soft and a good size. However, within 1-2 weeks she had chewed a small hole at the edging of the blanket, was able to pull the inside of the blanket through the hole, and to my surprise was eating a thin, sticky plastic lining that was on the inside! I was able to turn the blanket inside out (through the hole she chewed in it) and peel off all the plastic. She still lays on it but will have to throw it off if she starts eating the actual blanket. … more

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