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ZHJ Pet Award Mat Dog Nose Slo Deluxe Suction Smell Training Blanket

ZHJ Pet Mat Dog Nose Smell Training Blanket Nose Suction Mat Slo

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ZHJ Pet Mat Dog Nose Smell Training Blanket Nose Suction Mat Slo

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Product description

Features:
1. Puzzle Training Mat: This snuffle mat mimic the hunt for food in grass and fields, which satisfies dog?ˉs natural curiosity and enhance its superior sense of smell. Promote mental and physical exercising while reducing stress.
2. Snuffle Training: 10 minutes snuffle=1 hour outdoor running, can help dogs relieve stress and relax when you leave he/she alone at home.
3. Safe and Comfortable: Bright color design with fun, made of eco-friendly material, durable and non-toxic, prevent from tearing into pieces easily, 100% safe for your pets, ensures the health of your dog.
4. Easy To Care: You can throw this mat into the washing machine and forget about it. It is machine washable and dryer safe.
5. It can hide the pet's favorite food inside the mat, guide it to find, slow down the eating speed, and help the dog to be healthy."br"Specification:"br"Material: Plush"br"Optional Size: A, B"br"A Size: app .76x52cm/29.92x20.47in"br"B Size: app .69x68cm/27.16x26.77in"br"Color: As the pictures shown"br"Optional Style: A, B"br"Quantity: 1 Pc"br"Note:"br"No retail package."br"Please allow 0-1cm error due to manual measurement. pls make sure you do not mind before you bid."br"Due to the difference between different monitors, the picture may not reflect the actual color of the item. Thank you!"br"Package Contents:"br"1 x Pet Snuffle Mat"br"Note:"br"*Due to the difference between different monitors, the pictures may not reflect the actual color of the item."br"*Compare the detail sizes with yours, please allow 1-3cm error, due to manual measurement. Thanks for your understandings.

ZHJ Pet Mat Dog Nose Smell Training Blanket Nose Suction Mat Slo

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