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  1. #1
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    Default Dirty Dog Doormat- Has anybody tried them?

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    I was at the feed store today and saw one of these. The employee told me "Those are GREAT!!!" I didn't want to make an impulse buy or spend more money than necessary. Has anybody used a Dirty Dog Doormat or a similar product? What brand or style do you have? Where did you get it? Do they work well?
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    Do they absorb mud and dirt. Yes. Do they stay in front of the door? NO. Every morning I move the mat upto the doorsill of the sliding glass doors. By the time nightfall arrives, it's two feet away. It moves across the carpet like it doesn't have little plastic cleats on the bottom, WHICH IT DOES.

    This is a huge complaint from me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kryswyn View Post
    Do they absorb mud and dirt. Yes. Do they stay in front of the door? NO. Every morning I move the mat upto the doorsill of the sliding glass doors. By the time nightfall arrives, it's two feet away. It moves across the carpet like it doesn't have little plastic cleats on the bottom, WHICH IT DOES.

    This is a huge complaint from me.
    Hmmm.... wonder if it would stick better on linoleum. Thanks for the input!
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    Definitely works better on linoleum. My friend has one and adores it.
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