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Win a Diamond Plate Double-Tuff Toy from Planet Dog

Made from the company's Orbee-Tuff material in a "diamond plate" design, these toys stand up to your dog's destructive impulses.

 |  Apr 25th 2014  |   34 Contributions


Attention dogs: If you rip a toy to shreds, it will no longer work for fetch. Sure, it may travel a few feet, but don't expect the distance needed for a good, long run.

Just can't help yourself? Then enter this week's Friday Freebie contest for a chance to win a toy that can stand up to your destructive impulses. We have six of Planet Dog's Diamond Plate Double-Tuff toys to give away!

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These toys are made from the company's Orbee-Tuff material in a "diamond plate" design, allowing for extra durability. The asymmetrical shape causes unpredictable bounces, keeping you engaged longer than in a regular game of fetch. And treats and other tasty goodness can go inside for even more fun.

For a chance to win a Diamond Plate Double-Tuff of your own, enter below. Not good with a keyboard? Have your human enter on your behalf.

How to Enter

  1. Create a Disqus account, if you haven't already, and include a valid email. It takes just a minute and allows you to better participate in Dogster's community of people who are passionate about dogs. If you already have a Disqus account, check it to ensure the account includes a valid email.
  2. Comment below using your Disqus account. Let's play off the toy name this week. Is your dog tough? Or sweet? Or both? Bonus points for photos. Our favorite photos/comments win! You must be a U.S. resident to score this prize.
  3. Check your email for a “You've Won!” message from us after noon PST on Thursday, May 1. We'll give each winner two days to respond before moving on to our next favorite.

Good luck!

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