Monthly Archives: March 2017

Mason Quilted Ultimate Furniture Protectors

National Puppy Day (March 23rd) is almost here! If your furniture could talk, however, it might tell you that every day feels like “National Puppy Day.”

Give your puppy-pounced furniture a little break from the pet hair and snags by covering it with the Mason Ultimate Furniture Protector. This double-diamond quilted, microfiber faux suede furniture protector covers more than 90% of your furnishing. It’s also soil-resistant, snag-resistant, and water-repellant with a polypropylene backing. Simply machine wash and line dry the furniture cover when it needs freshening up.

Offered in several colors, this furniture cover is available in recliner/wing chair, loveseat, sofa, and extra-long sofa sizes. All sizes except the recliner cover have straps and D-rings to secure the protector.

The Mason Ultimate Furniture Protector is a Touch of Class® exclusive design, so you won’t find it anywhere else. Click here to view measurement information and to order this cover.

Mason Quilted Ultimate Furniture Protector

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March Is Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month

Are you starting to get the “spring cleaning itch” but feeling a little overwhelmed at the prospect? Why not start by making sure that potentially harmful foods, medicines, and household chemicals are out of the reach of your pet? After all, spring with your pet should be a happy time!

Recommended by PetMD and the ASPCA, here are just a few steps you can take to protect your pet:

1. Keep pet medications and human medications stored separately so there’s little chance of a mix-up.

2. Take the time to read the label carefully before giving your pet medicine.

3. Keep medications locked in cabinets, rather than on the counter or table.

4. Review the ASPCA’s list of “people foods” that can be toxic to pets. Make sure these items are kept away from your pet.

5. Make sure household cleaners, paint, automotive fluids, and even cosmetic items like nail polish remover are not accessible to your pet.

6. Be aware of which plants can be dangerous to your pet, including household plants, seasonal decorations, and lawn and garden greenery.

7. Research safer insecticide alternatives. Read the labels of lawn and garden products to determine if they are toxic to pets, and follow instructions carefully. Store these products out of the reach of pets.

8. Keep pets out of garbage cans and compost bins. Ensure that your garbage can is tamper-proof and that your pet can’t open it.

9. If you must use a rodenticide, follow instructions carefully and make sure your pet cannot reach the treated area. Properly dispose of dead rodents before your pet can get to them.

10. Know the symptoms of pet poisoning. Have a plan in case of accidental poisoning, and be ready to act fast. Keep your veterinarian’s information and other emergency numbers, like a pet poison hotline, readily accessible.

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