Dog Chew Toys Help Keep Your Dog’s Teeth Healthy

Posted March 06, 2006

Activity for time alone, gentle cleansing of teeth and gums, and a great way to get out and play, our dog chew toys have it all!

So, you’ve just returned from a vet visit, and guess what? Your dog’s teeth have an unhealthy amount of build up on them. Well, you knew that already, just smelling your pup’s worsening breath! Is there anything you can do to avoid an expensive and traumatic dental cleaning?

One possible solution is to introduce a dog chew toy to your best friend. Dog chew toys come in all shapes and sizes, but not all of them will be right for your pet. Depending on mouth size, jaw strength, and personal preference, you may have to search a while to find the perfect one. Luckily, at West Paw Design, we manufacture the ultimate in dog chewing satisfaction: Zogoflex.

Zogoflex® is a unique material that is tough, nontoxic, buoyant, pliable, and even recyclable! And talk about personality – these toys even have fun names! Huck is shaped like a ball, but there’s more to him than meets the eye. With his unique curves and hefty weight, Huck is a dog chew toy that’s made to bounce, and you never know where he’ll go next! Small Huck is compatible with tennis ball products and Large Huck is made especially for big breeds.

Hurley® is the best of a ball, bone, and stick in one incredible chew toy. Hurley also comes in two sizes, so even the little guy can get in on the action. Go ahead and let your dog at these guys, they are amazingly durable. In fact, they come with a one-time replacement guarantee! And, when it comes time to retire your Zogoflex, simply send it back to us and every last piece of your dog’s favorite chew toy will be recycled for the pleasure of generations to come.

With their eye-catching colors, extra durable performance, and interactive features, Huck, Hurley, and now Tux® too will quickly become your dog’s favorite…and it may even earn him a gold star on his next vet visit!

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