Dogs gone wild? By the looks of it, perhaps some of them anyway. For others? Their stuffed doggie toy seems to be almost therapeutic, comforting, as shown by the picture of Azul, the Great Dane, (right.)
I breed and train AKC Siberian huskies. Originally I made these toys for the new arrivals. It not only gave them something to play with, but something to chew on as well, which saved the furniture. When it comes time for the pups to
leave, I send them off with one, so he/she would be less stressed going off to their new home. They have something "familiar" that they can associate with.
big or they are small, as you can see.The bone is made of industrial
fleece and has a knotted cord tied around it. It is like two toys built into one. It has been thoroughly puppy tested (by pups of all sizes, shapes, breeds,) and passed with flying colors.
Our special thanks to Kevin (KanYoFuse.etsy.com)
us his picture of Azul (the Great Dane.)
Also to Sharon (sharonkaydesigns.etsy.com) for sending us her picture of Labisha (shown to the right.) And, lastly, to Tina (TheShabbyShop.etsy.com) who's poochie (below) refuses to give it's bone up, lol.
10% from each sale will be donated to our local Priest River Animal Rescue, PRAR, www.pranimalrescue.org. They are located at 1042
Albani Hwy., Priest River, ID. 83856