Crate pads

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  1. teul2

    teul2 Senior Refuge Member

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    I second this.
     
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    I have a mud river pad as well and love it.
    I use it in the blind. Lightweight sheds water and gets my dog up off the frozen ground which might be covered in snow and or ice.
     
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    okie drake Elite Refuge Member

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    We use stall mats cut to fit then shavings or whatever bedding material on top. Works well.
     
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    I have the mud river crate cushion as well and can't say enough good things about them. There are obviously very close competitors to it, but in my opinion it's the best for the money. Wicks water away from the dog and its nice foam padding for truck rides home after a cold day working.
     
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    Old carpet. When it starts to stink and get ugly. Cut a new chunk, wash the inside of the crate, let dry, place new piece of carpet...................SHAZAM!!!!!!
     
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    I'm using Primo Pads now. Very heavy heat-sealed vinyl. Damn near bulletproof. Most pro dog trucks I know are using them.
    Before that, I've used the rubber commercial kitchen mats for years. Good if putting up a wet dog.
     

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