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UPDATE: Washable Female Dog Diaper

Do you remember my review for the Washable Female Dog Diaper that Ewok wore?
As promised I wanted to update how it works when she is actually menstruating.
Here's a refresher on the product.


Diapers for Dog was created to be actively involved in the environmental movement, by designing clothes and accessories for dogs.
These products are environmentally safe, machine washable, reusable, and sanitary. They are designed for maximum comfort, elegance and protection for your dog.


With many products to choose from, female dog diapers, coats, even carriers, you could be browsing or shopping for hours!

Now, Ewok recently got her cycle. 
No, not bicycle. Her menstruation cycle.
So immediately I grabbed the female dog diaper that was sent to me for review, and put it on her.
She didn't resist, though she rarely puts up a fight for these sorts of things. Plus she is used to me cutting a hole in a size one diaper for human babies, and placing that on her butt. So she knew what this soft cloth thing was for.
I did notice right away she has a ease when she walks and hops up the stairs. I think the bulky childrens' diaper made it more awkward to go upstairs. With this cloth diaper she had no issue at all.
With the disposable babies' diaper, she would eventually work the thing off, and I would find it somewhere on the floor in the morning. She'd lick herself constantly all night long, and I'd be too out of it in la-la land to notice. (Or probably care at that time of night, let's be real.)
With this cloth diaper, she not only kept the thing on all night, but she seemed content to leave it alone. Not once did she try to take it off.
The best part is, when I woke the next morning to take her outside, the diaper was absorbent enough to continue using throughout the day.
It wasn't until the next day I finally used a disposable while I washed and dried the diaper.
I didn't use a standard washing machine, I hand-washed it. Well, with a scrub brush, not really my hand. Using diluted bleach and water, then a touch of fabric softener to kill the bleach smell, and it came out good as new!
I couldn't believe it.
Yup, after payday, I'm ordering 3 more!!!!

Long story, but it's worth it.
And so are these diapers if you have an unfixed female.

DISCLAIMER: I was not compensated. All opinions are my own.

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