The Many Alternative Uses for Puppy Mats Part 2
Did you know that the uses of puppy mats go beyond protecting your home against accidents?
So you’ve potty trained your puppy, and you no longer have to worry about them having accidents anymore. It’s great to hang onto a few puppy mats, just in case, but if you have a whole package left over after your dog has been trained, you might be wondering what you to do with them all. Well, you’re in luck, because the pet mats from Mednet Direct are some of the most versatile items in your home, and there are so many ways to use them. In our last blog, we went over a few creative, alternative uses for pet mats. Keep reading to learn more.
#6. Bath Mat
Is your bath mat being washed or dried, but you don’t want to slip and break your neck after you get out of the shower in the meantime? A puppy pad makes a great alternative. Puppy mats are absorbent enough to keep the floor dry when you get out of the shower.
#7. Door Mat
If you have carpet in your home, then we don’t need to tell you just how frustrating it can be when your dog tracks mud in on a rainy day. Regular door mats can help to keep your pet’s paws clean, but they can’t compare to puppy mats in terms of absorbency. Simply wipe your pet’s paws on the mat for a clean, mud-free home.
#8. Vehicle Protection
Some pets can get nervous and are prone to accidents in the car, but you can’t avoid putting your pet in the car forever. Sooner or later, you’re going to have to take them to the veterinarian, and when you do, you can protect the upholstery in your vehicle with a pet mat. Additionally, if you love taking your dog hiking, fishing, camping, etc., you can protect your vehicle from dirt, mud and grime with a pet pad.
#9. Bed Pad
Do you have a young child at home who can’t quite make it through the night without having an accident? A mattress pad can only provide so much protection, and a few bad accidents could leave you with a ruined mattress that has been soaked through. Our pet mats at Mednet Direct can absorb up to eight cups of liquid and are backed with plastic to make them even more waterproof. They are more than up to the job of protecting your child’s mattress from accidents.
#10. Litter Boxes
Even the most well-trained cats don’t always aim particularly well in their litter boxes. Furthermore, some cats will kick up the litter after they’ve done their business. Instead of leaving a mess next to the litter box, place a large puppy mat underneath it.