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    Junior Member duxmn's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam Spears View Post
    Now THAT's FUNNY! Wouldn't have noticed if you didn't point it out, ha ha ha ha!!!!

    Duxmn, no disrespect intended If it took this thread to make a few new people aware of your product, then it's worth it, right?
    Pam, None taken. I just had to make a point. Since my Boss/Lean Mac lab , Nat, died two years ago I haven't been involved in training; so needless to say I have not been on the forum.. I am still carrying on his name and memory through Nat's Mats. His photo is my logo. I am thinking of getting back into training with a new pup this spring. I had been involved in a retriever club and training my own retrievers since 1988 and miss the retriever "family". Nice Chessie by the way Pam. I have owned and trained three over the years. One made Master and two Senior hunters, all out of Chesdel Chippawa Chief lines..
    Keep your dogs clean, dry and comfortable. Check out my chewproof crate mats at www.natsmats.com.

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    I read through the NatsMats website. Can someone tell me the advantage of the x-mesh mat as opposed to the original? Is it sturdier? More comfortable for the dog?

    If I don't have a chewer am I better off going with the rubber mats from a comfort standpoint? Thanks.
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