DryFur® Applications and Common Uses

Shipping Pet by Air
Shipping Pet By Airline

Use New DryFur® Pet Carrier Inserts when transporting pets to and from:

  • Breeder, Pet Shops or Shelters to new home

    Cat trip to vet office
    Trips to Vets Office
  • Grooming Appointments
  • Boarding Kennels
  • Doggie Daycare’s

    Moving with Pet
    Relocating with Pets
  • Dog & Cat Shows
  • Airports & During Flights
  • Long Car Trips
  • Holidays & Vacations
  • Veterinarian’s Office
  • Moving & Relocating

Also works great

  • Under Litter Boxes
  • As bedding for elderly or ill pets
  • In Crates while Crate training Puppies

“Diapers are for infants, DRYFURS are for pets.”

Traveling with an Elderly Ill or Diabetic Pet? DryFurs will keep your pet completely DRY and comfortable.

Contrary to what many pet owners believe, it is never a pet’s fault when he/she has an accident while in a pet carrier, crate or cage. Many pet owners further believe that this is a way for the pet to show signs of anger, revenge or resentment. This is never the case. It is completely against the pet’s nature to soil an area that he/she then must sit, lay or sleep in. Since this is not a “behavior problem” that can simply be addressed by discipline or training, you as the pet owner must be understanding and know why it happens.


  • Excessive periods of time in carrier
    • auto trips (vets, moving, kennel, groomers, dog or cat shows, vacations)
    • airplane trips (vacations, breeders shipping (vacations, breeders shipping pets to new owners, dog or cat shows)
    • on exhibit (dog and cat shows)
    • times when crating is necessary (hotels, motels, house breaking, introducing new pet to household)
  • Fear
    • being forced into unfamiliar environments (loud noises, unfamiliar sounds, vehicle motion, strange smells, temperature changes)
    • associates carrier to bad experience (visit to vet, surgery-spay or neuter, moving, being caged long periods)
  • Age and/or Illness
    • medications (can cause excessive thirst & urination)
    • kidney disease (common in elderly pets, causes excessive thirst & urination)
    • diabetes (causes excessive thirst & urination)
    • muscle control (senior & very young pets may not have same control as adult pets)

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