Nov 072011
 

There’s a challenge in finding a dog toy that’s not only eco-friendly, but also functional and tough enough for a dog’s everyday life. We’d like to introduce West Paw Zogoflex, a toy Collection that incorporates both of these characteristics.

How are these toys eco-friendly?

The West Paw Zogoflex collection dog toys are 100% recyclable, leave behind little to no waste during the manufacturing process, and are also non-toxic. In addition they are also BPA-free, phthalate-free, and dishwasher safe. You can feel confident with these toys as they are designed with a dogs’ health in mind.

How tough are Zogoflex dog toys?

It’s important to be weary of any toy that claims to be ‘indestructible’, but we’re telling the truth when we say these toys are tough with a capital T. Ranging in toughness – (Zisc –> Tux), these toys will withstand your dogs chewing, tugging, and fetching. Each toy has a different purpose (Hurley is great for chewing, while Bumi is perfect for tugging and pulling), but they’re all meant for active play.

And in the rare chance your pup does manage to destroy the toy you can return it for a full refund. All Zogoflex toys come with a One-Time Guarantee. Simply return the toys and get your money back. No sweat.

Not sure which Zogoflex toy is the best choice for your dog? We’ve created a simple guide below. For more product information visit GreenDogLove.

  1. Bumi (great for pulling, tugging, and of course – tug-o-war)
  2. Hurley (perfect for tossing and fetching)
  3. Tux (hide treats inside!)
  4. Zisc (great Frisbee option!)
  5. Huck (dogs love to fetch and chew)
  6. Twiz (great shape for pulling and tugging)
This is a guest post from Carly Messmer who is co-owner of GreenDogLove, a website that sells eco-friendly dog products. GreenDogLove is committed to selling dog products that are not only great for your dog, but also great for our environment.

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