Just another day at the beach - with my favorite floating dog toy

Posted August 25, 2010

Floating dog toy Hurley gets much thanks from Riley - the beach dog that is tough on dog toys and loves water.

Meet Riley, a 1 1/2 year old Goldendoodle that loves water and loves to destroy toys.  Riley's owner, Cora, recently sent West Paw Design this thank you letter along with a few pictures of Riley and Brigit (Riley's Mom):











Meet Hurley - the favorite dog toy for the beach

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letter from Riley's human mom (Cora) thanking us for making the floating dog toy

Riley the dog is chill'n with the Hurley dog toy on his surfboard Mother and son dogs (Brigit & Riley) are enjoying a sunny day on their surfboard
Riley on his surf board with his favorite
floating dog toy that is so durable,
he can't destroy it.
Riley and is Mom, Brigit, hanging out at the beach.

 

The Hurley® dog toy is not only super strong and floats... but it is also one of the few dog toys you'll find that is made in the USA. Hurley is also 100% recyclable. Riley can relax guilt free, knowing that his old toy didn't go to a landfill but was recycled into a new one!

Riley is one lucky Mama's boy if you ask us!  Thanks for the letter and keep having fun in the sun with your Hurley dog toy!

 

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