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Pet Haul!

I've done a fair bit of pet-shopping over the last couple of months and thought I'd share some of my purchases.

Doug the destroyer has issues with destroying dog beds. In my new-house wishlist, I was after a new dog bed because Doug has this habbit of pulling all the stuffing out. Great that, I know. So whilst I was on the hunt for a new dog bed, it needed to be Doug-proof. The bottoms of most dog-beds are made from a thin material that's easy to chew through, so I was on the hunt for something super tough. This one from TK Maxx was perfect! And the print kinda reminds me of the Orla Kelly patterns. Quirky and I love it.


Also from TK Maxx are these two harnesses. I've never seen a harness quite the same as these; the front's actually a velcro fastening, which worries me slightly that the'll come loose and the dogs will slip out - but so far this hasn't even come close to happening, so maybe I'm being slightly paranoid. These were in the clearance section for £5 each - Bargain!


The next purchase wasn't exactly planned. Long story short; our dog groomer gave our previous extendible lead to another customer. Without wanting to sound like a lead snob, the replacement she gave as by apology wasn't nearly as good. I was a little bitter because these kind of leads aren't exactly cheap, and when I splashed out on our first lead, I had thought of it as a purchase you only need to make the once. The replacement wasn't nearly as long or as easy to use so I decided it was time to buy another. This is the one I chose, at a whopping £18 it's needless to say I wont be taking the dogs to the groomer with this one!. 


To go with the new lead, I picked up this dual lead splitter. Walking the dogs on two separate leads can be such a nightmare at times. Todd pulls me in one direct and Doug in another - So I thought with this, they may become more manageable.


Finally, for all those doggy trips - I bought this universal doggy seat belt adapter to help keep the dogs in the back of the car and not jumping into the front. It works well but I feel like it should be a bit shorter to keep them actually on the seats and not the floor of the car!



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