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Summer Time, Your Dog and Wrapsit



Hey neighbors!!

I just have to tell you about this new slip-cover pet crate.  I love it!!  We received a complimentary Wrapsit for review purposes and I have to tell you, I am impressed.  Wrapsit is designed to take your furry friend with you to parks, ball games, agility trials, picnics, etc. it is amazing!  It will hold a couple of our smaller dogs together easily.  It gives them their own space where they are out from underfoot.  Perfect for anywhere you might want to take your dog along.



Wrapsit is basically a foldable crate, that fits on and under your folding chair/quad chair  You know the ones I am talking about, those nylon/canvas chairs that everyone takes to ballgames and parks.  The Wrapsit literally wraps around the base and seat of your chair to create a safe haven for your dog.  It has screen sides, so there is good airflow to your pet.  I can not believe how convenient this is.  The nice thing is once you get it into place on your chair, when you are done for the day, you just fold it up, wrap the flap around your folded chair and carry it to your vehicle.  The flap even has a handle for easier carrying.


Now, here is something to think about, not only is the Wrapsit great for pets, it is also perfect for when you go to a game, or just anywhere there might be a crowd, because you can place your purse and other important items in the Wrapsit, and know that they are safely stored under you!!  No more trying to hold your purse, glasses, wallet, etc. in your lap all day, now you just store them underneath you.

M really likes the Wrapsit as it allows her Princess to be out with her.

Wrapsit’s kennel is constructed of a tough PVC coated, polyester mesh. Once on the chair, it is accessible by a large zipper opening and provides ventilation with windows on all four sides of the crate. The base is made of a heavy, coated polyester, making it waterproof and durable.

Princess Buttercup was out with M at our yard sale.
You will find the added features of the Wrapsit a great benefit too.  There are extra pockets where you can store/hold items.  There are four staking loops, so on windy days you can stake your chair down.  The shoulder strap for carrying the chair, also doubles as a leash when needed.  You have easy access through a large zippered opening.

The Wrapsit has several small pockets for you to utilize.


Wrapsit, has a page, that lists a few different chairs and how well the Wrapsit fits these chairs.  Some will fit snug and just right, while others might have a little more slack in them.  We have the Academy chair and it fits perfect!!

Little Bing watching what is happening.
Please take time to visit their website.  Wrapsit is available for $48 and $7 shipping.   They have also given us a code, that will get you 20% of the price of the Wrapsit.  Just use the code: ATTHEFENCE.

Bing thinking about coming out of the Wrapsit.
So far due to rain I have not been able to use the Wrapsit extensively, as we have had major rainfall the last few weeks.  So, this is my post, but I am going to share some other pictures on social media as we use it more.  Thanks so much for stopping by today!  Be sure and leave a comment telling us what you think of the Wrapsit!



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