I have a colorful wool dog blanket in the back of my camper van. And yeah, it looks pretty cool. If I ever park the van on the beach and take a picture with a sunset blazing through the back doors, the bold pattern and bright colors of that blanket will look great.

But if you look too closely, you might notice that it’s covered in hair.

We Love That Our Dogs’ Hair Won’t Stick to a Rumpl Puffy Blanket

I’ve known about Rumpl blankets for awhile now, but it wasn’t until this year’s Outdoor Retailer that I really understood the ingenious combination of a big, comforter style blanket with sleeping bag material. And that’s because I now regularly camp (and sometimes live) in my van with my dog, where his fur accumulates at an alarming rate. As does sand, dirt, and runaway gummy worms. Fortunately with Rumpl, nobody will know that my beautiful, warm bedding is also a dog blanket!

Rumpl blankets are made with the same high-quality material as the puffy coats and sleeping bags you rely on to keep you warm in the outdoors, and it fits easily into a stuff sack. This blanket will keep you warm and cozy, whether you’re luxuriating in a big RV or curled up on the floor of your pup tent. When you track dirt into your sleeping quarters, just shake the blanket out.

The nylon shell resists water, dirt, odor, and pet hair, so all it takes is a shake and it’s clean again.

Rumpl makes their puffy blanket in a bunch of different patterns and colors, too. So you can keep your camp vibes on point and turn your dog blanket into a master of disguise. Check Rumpl’s dog hair-free blankets out here.

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