Durable dog toy holds up to bulldog

Posted July 28, 2008

Finally! A durable dog toy even a Bulldog can not destroy!

Zimmer goes head to head with the almost indestructible Hurley® dog toy.

Cathy Kittel's Bulldog, Zimmer, is a huge fan of the Zogoflex® products, especially the highly durable dog toy, Hurley! When not outside playing, Zimmer can be found on the couch chewing away on his Hurley!

My Zimmer thoroughly enjoys your [West Paw Design] toy...you can see by those teeth he just loves to chew! He loves to plop on my couch and just chew away. He has destroyed other supposedly indestructible dog toys in the past, but the Hurley has been able to withstand against his destructive teeth.

I post on a Bulldog message board, Bulldogs World, and many of the owners have bought their bullies the Hurley toy because it is so durable. Everyone on the website and myself included have found that the Hurley holds up by far the best for an aggressive chewer. In fact, better than a Nylabone.

Thanks for making such great products! We love the Hurley!

Cathy Kittel

Belmar, NJ
Hurley standing up to bulldog punishment

 

 

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