Blake Anderson knows the pain of losing a dog due to incontinence. When he was a child, his parents euthanized the family’s 15-year-old Labrador Retriever after she became incontinent.
As an adult, he founded Pet Parents®, a company dedicated to creating products from washable dog diapers and supplements to the new Pawtect Blanket, that helps pet parents and their fur babies live longer, healthier, and happier lives.
Pet Parents® Pawtect™ Blanket
Dog owners struggling to cope with a pet experiencing incontinence need to know technology makes the Pawtect Blanket a perfect tool to help their dogs.
The premium waterproof dog blanket helps protect furniture, car seats, and dog beds. While the company focuses on helping dogs with incontinence, it’s products also help puppies during potty training and dogs who give birth.
The Pawtect Blanket is made using the company’s specially-made faux fur and proprietary Sherpup® multi-layer material. Sherpup® also creates an impermeable barrier between both exterior fabrics to prevent any moisture from seeping through.
Pawtect Blanket special features
EdgePawtector™: Keeps spills and messes from escaping the blanket’s edges by pushing moisture into the blanket’s absorbent and waterproof material.
WickQuick®: This proprietary fabric blend quickly, wicks away moisture, and then absorbs and holds more moisture than other blankets. This keeps any messes from spilling out on your furniture or being tracked around your home.
LockJaw™: The blanket’s LockJaw™ edge not only prevents fraying and loose ends but dissuades naughty pups from chewing.
Sherpup®: The company’s proprietary, multi-layered fabric is soft and cozy while creating an impermeable barrier.
100 percent waterproof: Using a pee-proof dog blanket prevents accidents from becoming messes on your furniture, in your vehicle, or on your dog’s bed.
Pawtect Blanket Meets a variety of needs
Dogs of both genders and all ages and breeds can develop canine incontinence.
Some breeds are more likely to develop canine incontinence a few years after spaying, including Cocker Spaniels, Springer Spaniels, Doberman Pinschers, Old English Sheepdogs, Boxers, German Shepherds, Giant Schnauzers, Irish Setters, Rottweilers, and Weimaraners. Hormone therapy usually can help dogs recover.
Other breeds, including Miniature Poodles, Labrador Retrievers, Collies, Corgis, West Highland Terriers, and Wire-haired Fox Terrier, are more prone to congenital disabilities that require surgery to stop incontinence.
Older dogs can develop canine incontinence from various health conditions, including bladder infections, urinary tract infections, spinal injuries or degeneration, cancer, and kidney or liver disease. Some develop incontinence due to diabetes or as a reaction to taking medication.
While the Pawtect Blanket can help dogs coping with health issues, it also can give pet parents who are potty-training puppies extra peace of mind.
Cleaning up urine is time-consuming and unpleasant. And as much you like other dog parents like to think you’ll always be able to get your dog outside to go potty, accidents will happen.
Using the Pawtect Blanket prevents leaks and spills and can help you protect your furniture while giving your dog the care and comfort he needs.