Animal Planet Sherpa Pet Blanket, Pewter - Dogs Helper
Animal Planet has released a line of some great new pet products, including beds, shampoos, dog toys, and even blankets.
While it is made of light material, the threads don’t shed and it keeps its shape and softness beautifully even after several washings. Many pet parents say that the Animal Planet Sherpa Pet Blanket has actually put up with constant toying around by dogs. Some customers observed that it will work best for smaller breeds, but certainly not for extra-large dogs or incessant chewers.
The Animal Planet Sherpa Pet Blanket is machine washable, and measures about 48 inches by 40 inches. This is a good size for a medium-build dog. Both sides are soft, but dogs seemed to love the white fleecy side much more. According to buyers, the blanket has easily become their dogs’ favorite item in the house.
Animal Planet Sherpa Pet Blanket Pewter - Dog Blankets
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Dog Blanket Fleece Throw Beige Paw Print, Cozy Animal Planet - Quality Large Throw - 60'x39', Double Sewn Hem, 33% Heavier Weight, - Cat, Car, Lap, Sofa, Pet Bed, Crate, Carrier, Kennel, Couch >>> Continue to the product at the image link.The unfolds to 59 by 63 inches. Double up this machine washable fleece blanket for a soft cushion or spread it out over a couch as protection from the dog's fur. Before a car trip, toss the blanket over the back seat to protect it from muddy paws. The Animal Planet pet blanket is available in tan with a paw print design.Animal Planet Sherpa Pet Blanket Pewter is a cat and dog blanket designed to make your pet’s travel and nap time comfortable. Because of extremely soft plush material it is made from, there is no doubt that your pet will be happy.Pet owners tired of cleaning the back seat after a trip with their pet, should invest in a in suede waterproof fabric. This backseat cover, measures 51 by 54 inches and has elastic headrest straps to hold the covers in place. Slots for the seat belts mean that the blanket does not compromise safety. The suede dog blanket has a waterproof liner to keep the seats dry. In between car trips with the dog, toss the seat cover into the washing machine to remove built up debris.Your immediate actions can mean the difference between life and death for your pet. First aid, as its name implies, is the initial treatment your dog will receive after the incident, to stabilize or comfort him. Usually your goal is to get him to the vet as quickly as possible, or at least to speak to a vet for advice. Post the numbers of your vet and the nearest 24-hour emergency clinic in a handy spot, and also make sure you have the number of an animal poison control center. Keep a well-stocked first-aid kit in an easily accessible place. Have an ice pack and extra bandages on hand, as well as larger items such as a board or blanket or towel that can double for a stretcher.In addition to traveling papers, your dog needs food, bowls, blankets, leashes, a pooper-scooper and plastic bags, and any medication he may be taking. To avoid unpleasantness of traveling with a dog with diarrhea, you can bring some of your own water from home and make the switch over to local water a gradual one. Don't neglect your dog's grooming while you're on the road; bring along any necessary grooming supplies. Your dog's favorite toys and blanket or pillow will be familiar and comforting to him. Make sure your dog is wearing a flat collar (and never a choke collar) with identification tags listing your home address, a neighbor's phone number and a number at your destination. In the event that he gets lost, bring along a good photo. And it never hurts to have a canine first-aid kit with you.