Canadian JoJo chooses made in USA toys and beds

Posted June 22, 2006

Canadian JoJo is a BIG fan that chooses toys and beds made in the USA!

Little JoJo is a big fan and knew immediately that the package that arrived from West Paw Design was for her! She promptly played fetch and catch with her new Tiny Turtle and Tiny Bone toys. Then after much play, JoJo was.... well, a little “tuckered out!” So she rested well on her new bed.

This is not JoJo’s first Tuckered Out bed. JoJo’s human Mom has felt the need for new colors well before the previous beds have actually worn out. Not to say that JoJo hasn’t tried to wear the beds out. While JoJo may only be 5 pounds, she thinks she is a big dog and really puts the beds to the test. So what has happened to JoJo’s old Tuckered Out beds - they live on with foster dogs who also fell in love with the beds. We think it is so great of JoJo to share!

A typical JoJo bed time routine!


JoJo step 1 JoJo step2
Step 1: Play with toys! Step 2: Dig ferociously on the bed
JoJo step3 JoJo step 4
Step 3: Curl up on bed Step 4: Stretch Out!

JoJo step5
Step 5: ....Snooze happily!


Bethany, JoJo’s human Mom, really appreciates the high quality of products that West Paw makes for ALL sizes of pets. She was also happy she didn’t have to pay customs, duties, or taxes because the box was labeled “Made in USA” on the outside of it!

Play ruff and sleep well JoJo!

JoJo all Tuckered out

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