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Wrapsit – A Portable Kennel Under Your Chair!

Now that we have a small and active dog, we keep looking for ways to keep her with us but out of the way when we visit other people at their RV sites. She’s young so she has a severe fear of missing out when we are outside without her, sitting around a campfire and having a good time. Well, I think we’ve found the solution!

Wrapsit is a slipcover that fits over the legs of your folding camp chair. It does only work with chairs having certain types of legs, but they include the most common, inexpensive sort of chair you can find at most stores. Put it on, and it becomes a little, soft-sided den for your dog or cat and when the event is over, folds up with your chair to become the chair’s carrying case. Cool, right?!

The Wrapsit slipcover kennel has a water-proof bottom on both the inside and outside to keep your pet and any pet bedding from getting wet. The entire front is a zippered opening so you can easily access your pet and slip him a treat for being so good. Mesh sides not only keep your pet cool with plenty of ventilation but they also serve as windows for your pet to see what is going on around him. You know… like pet TV! I’m positive my little terrier mix would love to go with us almost everywhere, and she could.

I especially like that it keeps your pet safe and out from under your feet while you’re socializing or at a busy place. I must be honest. I don’t always want to have to pay attention to where my dog is when I’m in a social situation. With the Wrapsit, I wouldn’t have to. She’d be right under my chair! Looks like this is going to be on everyone’s wish list for their RV.


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Please share your favorite stuff.

  • Do you have a Wrapsit?
  • Do you like it?
  • If not, how do you corral your pets when you are socializing?

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Jeannie / Lead Writer, Tires & Tails

Hi, I'm Jeannie! I'm a full-time RVer with a lifelong need for travel. I used to be an elementary school teacher and had a dog training business in Washington State. I have had numerous pets throughout my life, and love to travel with them. I started my full time RV adventure with one dog and two cats. I currently have a dog who comes with my husband and me on our traveling adventures.

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