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Our Organic Cotton Fleece Dog Blankets are heavenly soft, warm and cozy
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These Organic Cotton Fleece Dog Blankets are heavenly soft, warm and cozy. The blanket consists of a double layer of heavy organic cotton fleece. This organic cotton fleece is much more substantial than any polyester fleece. It is comfortable all year round.
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All Natural Dog makes these Organic Cotton Fleece Dog Blankets that are heavenly soft, warm and cozy. The blanket consists of a double layer of heavy organic cotton fleece, grown, processed and sewn in USA. This organic cotton fleece is much more substantial than any polyester fleece. It is comfortable all year round. Organic Cotton is soft, absorbent and breathable; not itchy, irritating, stiff or clingy. Cotton breathes better than oil-based synthetic fabrics like polyester, so does not trap moisture in the bed. Organic cotton does not contain any chemicals that could be unhealthy for your dog. Organic Cotton is stain resistant, odors wash out easily, and it keeps its shape after frequent washing and drying. It does not cause static electricity, which eliminates the need for fabric softeners. This blanket is ideal for a pet with allergies or sensitive skin. Also fabulous for humans! Made in the USA to withstand lots of rough canine activity. Most people prefer to sleep on cotton. Why not let your dog enjoy it too!Our organic cotton is soft, absorbent and breathes better than oil-based synthetic fabrics such as polyester. These qualities will ensure that no moisture is trapped in your dog’s blanket. If you have noticed dampness in your dog’s bedding, it is usually the result of polyester fabrics trapping moisture inside, which often causes mold and mildew. The great thing about our cotton is that it is not itchy, irritating, stiff or clingy, and is comfortable all year round for your pet!All Natural Dog Beds’ organic dog blankets will make your pet feel as if they are sleeping on cloud 9 with their heavenly soft and cozy feel. These blankets are made with double-layered organic cotton fabrics to keep your furry friend nice and warm. Our blankets are great for creating a special spot for your dog anywhere in the house, in a vehicle, or in a dog (or human) bed.You may ask yourself, “Why organic cotton?” Organically grown cotton does not contain any chemicals that could be unhealthy for you or your furry friend. Today, the conventional cotton crops are doused in twenty-five percent of the world’s chemical pesticides and 10% of the world’s herbicides, while only using three percent of the world’s farmland. Out of all the crops in the United States, cotton is the most laden with pesticides and herbicides, wreaking havoc on our land, poisoning our water supply, the air, and us. That is why here at AND we choose natural, eco-friendly, organic cotton for our dog blankets and beds.ANDs’ fleece organic dog blankets are made with a substantially heavy knit fleece that is not anything like typical polyester or polar fleece. Our organic fleece washes up easily in hot or cold water; it quickly sheds dirt, odors and stains. Our blankets also continue to keep their shape after frequent machine washing and drying. Organic cotton does not generate static electricity, so there is no need to use fabric softeners when handling our blankets (when laundered with only cotton items).For special occasions, Gwich’in chiefs and wealthy men dressed their sled dog teams in beaded velvet blankets with sleigh bells and long yarn fringes. Blankets were usually made in sets of four or six to outfit the whole team. The right half of this blanket is decorated with small seed beads and the left half with appliquéd cotton braid. In addition, the dogs wore tall “antlers” on their harnesses, decorated with ribbons, bells, and fox tails.