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      01.12.2004 12:29

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      • "Bobby Hates It!!!"

      This Heavyweight Turnout Rug is made of 1200 Denier Waterproof Ripstop outer and a 300gm polyester filling, it has Front Velcro and Buckles, Cross Surcingles and leg straps and I REALLY DONT LIKE IT!!! The bloody thing never stays put, it always twists and is hanging to low on one side. The Rug doesn't fit very well at all, I bought a 6' which is the same size that he wears in the "premum" rug brands yet it is short on his bum by at least 3 inches. I have definitely learnt my lesson to buy a size bigger when buying cheap rugs. It wasn't even that cheap though thats the problem, It cost around £65 which is a lot considering I could of bought a turnoutmasta heavy (with 340gm of filling) for the same price and they fit perfectly. To top it all off, my horse doesn't even seem to like the rug, the looks he gives me when I put it on him just scream "mother... not this bloody thing again!" So much so that it has only been worn about 3 times and is currently just hanging in the tack room. I'd try to sell it if I thought anyone would but it!!! Horse Rug Buyers BEWARE!!!!!!

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      01.11.2000 00:46
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      Horror of horrors, one day you spot a little black thing on you leg & it moves. You have got a flea invasion! Despite your best efforts even after using collers, sprays, drops, food addatives, & drops you pet still manages to bring the little blighters home. The first thing you do is panic followed by a large dose of guilt there is help at hand. First do your best to treat the animal remembering he/she does not want them either, then reach for the rug patrol. Rug patrol is very much like shake & vac, a powder that you shake on your carpets, brush in, leave for a while, then hoover up, easy. Leaves your carpets smelling nice as well. I have 5 cats & they do get fleas despite me trying everything new on the market. But if the worst happens I have found Rug Patrol to be really effective at killing the fleas not resident in the cats! I use it throughout the season just in case so rarely see a flea, this is my insurance policy for my carpets.

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