Giveaway: PawsOff Protective Bed Cover

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Recent studies claim that sleeping with your dog might be bad for you, and if you’re anything like us, you know that couldn’t be further from the truth.

In fact, it would seem that the majority of you agree, because in fan page discussions we’ve come away with the impression that 80-90% of our readers sleep with at least one dog in their bed each night. If you happen to be one of them, today’s giveaway was made for you.

The PawsOFF protective bed cover is a simple, well executed design that does just what it says. With mud season in full swing, we’ve had a chance to put one though its paces and the results have been consistently impressive. Just throw it on your bed any time you need it – when you leave for work, after walks, or in our case, until the month of May comes along and dries up all the puddles.

The PawsOFF Protective Bed Cover protects pet owner’s beds from anything a pet can dish out: fur, dirt, germs, slobber, dust, odors, and that odd, curious stain (hmm…). The 100% polyester fleece bed cover fits securely overtop your bed linens, comforter, and pillows so it’s quick and easy in the morning to just throw it on before you leave. Because your bed is fully protected, your pets may roam freely and play or sleep in their favorite place at will. Just remove the cover when you return home and your bed is perfectly clean and tidy. Your pets remain happy pets and you can be a happy owner too!

Features:

  • Made from 100% high grade, multi-fiber polyester fleece – a non-pilling, thick and durable material that is absorbent and attracts pet hair so it doesn’t get tracked around the house
  • Convenient elastic garters tuck underneath each mattress corner to keep the cover securely on the bed and prevent it from riding up if overzealous pets like to claw, dig or scratch at your bed
  • Easy-to-locate PawsOFF™ label allows for fast and easy placement onto your bed every time – just look for the label and orient it towards the foot of the bed. No guessing which way it should go on!
  • Available in standard king, queen, double and single mattress sizes and accommodates to all mattress depths
  • Machine washable
  • 30 day money back guarantee
  • Choose one of three neutral colors- sand, chocolate, charcoal – to easily match your bedroom decor and/or your pet

Today’s giveaway is sponsored by Nomorerack.com, a PawsOff retailer. Nomorerack is a great place to find your favorite brands & hot items for up to 90% off.

How to Enter

As always, only those in our e-mail list are eligible, and if you’re not one, you can fix that in five seconds by clicking here. When your first daily digest e-mail arrives, hit reply, type the words “enter me” in the subject and send (current subscribers can reply to today’s digest). We’ll use randomizer.org to select a winner, who will be notified by e-mail. Entries will be accepted through midnight Sunday, and this contest is only open to residents of the US.

Of course, you don’t have to enter today’s giveaway. You could just roll the dice and take your chances. Like this person did…

Good luck! 🙂
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28 thoughts on “Giveaway: PawsOff Protective Bed Cover”

  1. looks good,don’t know if it would be easy to put on my waterbed.i suppose i could tuck the garters under the padded rails.

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  2. Hope i win …..my husband is always complaining about the mess they make of our bed…love our dogs & cats.

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  3. Well, love and methane. The labrador is sort of elderly and has elderly intestines. But lots of love 😀 I also wash the bed linens relatively often as we live on a little dirt-surrounded farmlet, and there’s just no way to keep the dogs from bringing in dirt. We have a long carpet runner inside the dog door, but they still have it in the fur, and when it’s dewy out, they come in with wet legs. But whatever, we just wash the covers a lot. They’re safe with the baby, as far as rolling on him goes, or whatever. (And we were very lucky that the baby didn’t startle from dog barks from day one.) I wouldn’t trade my family life for anything.

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