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Paws Here Tan Hand-Hooked Wool Rug, 24" x 48"
Welcome two- and four-legged friends to your home with our Paws Here Tan Hand-Hooked Wool Rug.
Designed by American Folk Artist Laura Megroz in Vermont, this hooked rug offers warmth and welcome while keeping your paws clean and tidy. Featuring a quartet of pups on a neutral background and the funny, punny message “Paws Here”, the rug’s design is a charming complement to your existing décor.
Crafted from New Zealand wool, it features all the benefits of a natural wool rug – durable, fire-resistant and long-lasting. Place by your hearth or wood stove for a practical and pleasing accent.
Shake out or vacuum regularly; spot clean as needed. Imported.
- Show off your love for dogs with this Paws Here Hand-Hooked Wool Rug!
- Designed by American Folk Artist Laura Megroz
- Features four breeds of dogs on a neutral background with red border
- Adds depth and comfort to your space; perfect by a hearth, in a family room or entryway
- Crafted from naturally fire-resistant New Zealand wool; imported
Approx. 24" x 48"
Pile is approx. ¾"H
Benefits of Wool
Wool is a great choice for fireside use. It is naturally flame resistant due to its fiber structure: wool has a very high ignition temperature, requires a high level of oxygen to sustain combustion, has a low heat of combustion (the amount of heat released in the burning process) and is self extinguishing. Wool does not melt or stick.
Care & Cleaning
Shake out or vacuum as needed (do not use beater attachment). Clean spills immediately by blotting with a cloth or sponge; do not rub. Spot clean with a mild detergent or soap/water solution. Professional cleaning recommended for stains. Stray loops or loose yarns may occur and are normal. Do not pull them; snip neatly with scissors. New rugs may shed or "fuzz" - this is also normal and will eventually stop; vacuum to remove as needed (do not use beater attachment).