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We love fast food and the dog toy and treat industry knows it. Welcome to the dogtrotting.net ‘Pizza, Burger and a Side of Fries’ round-up of food-court inspired dog toys and treats.
As a warm-up to the SuperZoo product series featured on dogtrotting.net, I’ll start with funny. Here are new pet toy themes amusing to both you and your pup. Ok, your dog likely won’t get the joke, but pet parents will. And that’s who snatching them off the shelves, right?
As a pet writer who frequently (and honestly) reviews dog products, I’m fortunate to have two partners in crime: my black Cocker-cross Victor who is a picky eater – therefore, dog treats he likes come with a discerning recommendation. His best friend, Sasha, a lab-cross eats everything. Toys, however, are a different story. Sasha demolishes […]
Toys, toys, toys … dogs can’t get enough. Or apparently, we can’t get enough. Toys dominated the ‘new product’ section of SuperZoo this year – or that’s what it looked like to me. “Pets are happy,” says Susan Traub dog toy and clothing designer of Royal Animals. “I make happy toys. I’ve got a frisbee, […]
When I got my Messy Mutts elevated double feeder, I immediately tried to put all the pieces together like some kind of IKEA pet dish assemble. Then I realized … you don’t put all the legs on – only the height you need. Messy Mutts feeder comes with three sets of legs, at three heights. So you can use it for different dogs at different times, or it grows with your dog.
But is lab friend Sasha is a different story. Stuffies don’t survive 15 minutes in her presence and she rips even the strongest tug-toys apart. So, who better than to give Chew Guard tech a whirl?
Like many innovative products, Tuggo dog toy evolved from a happy accident – specifically a stray bowling ball in inventor Adam Harrington’s backyard.