West Paw Design Honored as ‘Best for the Environment’
Green Dog Toys - Dog World finds West Paw Design
When Dog World magazine was researching how to go eco-friendly with your dog, they found West Paw Design. Located in the USA, West Paw Design manufactures durable dog toys that are also eco-friendly. Customers like choice and are looking for aesthetically appealing products that are eco-friendly and safe. People want to know, not just which products are green, but how and why a product is considered green. Is it organic? Is it recyclable? Is it made from recycled material? Where does it come from?
Pet Beds come in a variety of green shades at West Paw Design. All of the stuffed pillow dog beds are filled with 100% IntelliLoft® recycled fill. For a darker shade of eco-friendliness, West Paw Design offers an even more eco-friendly pet bed option where the outer surrounding fabric shell is also made from an eco-friendly material. The Organic Bumper Bed® features an organic cotton shell. The Eco Drop™, Eco Slumber®, and Eco Naps all feature fabric that is made from 100% recycled plastic. These dog beds are also certified safe by third party testing - so you know that they use safe recycled materials.
Green dog toys from West Paw Design also come in a variety of styles. For power chewing dogs, there are the guaranteed durable dog toys that are made from a recyclable material called Zogoflex®. You'll be amazed by the durability of the dog toys - they are probably more durable than any other dog toys you've tried (green or not)! The company offers a one-time guarantee against dog damage, yet only receives less than 1% of the toys back - The dog toys are that strong!
For those dogs that love plush dog toys, there are plenty of squeak-dog toys made from the same eco-friendly IntelliLoft® fabric that is found in their dog beds. These pet toys come in a variety of fun shapes and colors, and of course are all made in the USA.
Check out the Dog World article and read more about the demand for higher levels of Earth-friendly products in today's market.
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