Some dogs play gently with squeaky toys, keeping them intact forever. Mine do not. Spot and Dolly consider it their job to de-stuff and de-squeak any toy I bring home. Until this week, the only squeaky toys to survive their teeth were the Hear Doggy alien toys they tested for a giveaway last summer. They feature Chew Guard technology, and so do the squeaky toys up for grabs this week: goDog’s new FurBallz.
I’ll let Spot and Dolly take it from here:
Spot thought bubble: Let’s get this party started.
Dolly thought bubble: You still haven’t paid me for the last modeling job. Until I see the new collar you promised, I’m withholding services.
Spot thought bubble: I will shake you!
Spot thought bubble: I will gut you!
Spot thought bubble: Hmm… another worthy opponent, I see.
Spot thought bubble: I’m bringing Fred inside. [Spot only names the toys he can’t destroy. His alien is called Paul.]
Chew Guard technology involves a super-tough liner and double stitching, which thus far has thwarted their attempts at evisceration of the aliens and the new FurBallz. The goDog squeaky toys come in two sizes, small and large, and come in purple, orange and lime.
Would you like to win a FurBallz toy for your dog? We have five to give away! Simply follow the instructions below.
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- Comment below using your Disqus account, telling us about your dog or dogs and their treatment of squeaky toys. Do you they attack and destroy? Or keep them around forever? Bonus points for photos! Our favorite comments/photos win. To win, you must be a U.S. or Canadian resident and tell us in your entry which size you want.
- Check your email for a “You’ve Won!” message from us after noon PST on Thursday, March 27. We’ll give each winner two days to respond before moving on to our next favorite. For those of you who regularly enter but never win, check your spam folder for an email with Dogster in the subject line! Every week, at least one winner fails to respond and claim their prize.
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