PetSafe sheepskin toys are a classic addition to any dog's toy box. Available in four fun styles: ball, bone, ted and tug.These toys are soft and comfy for snuggling, yet durable enough to handle intense playtime.
You and your pet were made for each other. At PetSafe brand, our aim is to strengthen the companionship between you and your pet, so you can create your best moments together.
Your dog will love this irresistible combination of squeaky sound and fluffy plush. Heavy-duty synthetic sheepskin fabric and rounded shapes discourage destructive chewing and help these toys last longer. Because they are machine washable, the fun can continue indoors or outdoors.
These warm, cuddly toys provide comfort and contentment for your best friend. The luxurious cozy material can hold familiar scents and can be great for anxious dogs or those acclimating to a new home. Your pet may end up sleeping with his toy or carrying it around wherever he goes!
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From: Mon 22 November 2021
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Note that there can be multiple Railcards selected, and a number value (Number of Passengers with Selected Railcard)
must be sent for each one selected.
The way it works is all selected "Railcards" are sent as a comma-delimited list in the rc
field, and all the "Number of Passengers with Selected Railcard" are sent as a comma-delimited list in the rcc
field which matches the order of the Railcards in the rc field.
So if there are two "16-25 Railcards" and one "HM Forces Railcard" it will be sent as:
Also note that WebTIS doesn't handle Railcards very well, so this might not work well anyway. :(