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Floating dog toy is easy to retrieve and durable
Floating dog toy that is easy to retrieve and can't be chewed up!
Sadie is a 2½ year old Black Labrador Retriever from Grand Rapids, Michigan who loves that the Hurley® floats in the lake and is easy to retrieve.
Sadie's owners are impressed that a floating toy is also durable enough to survive the powerful chewing of their black labs:
"Having 3 Black Labs over the last 9 years we have tried many, many toys and also any that are for playing in the lake. The Hurley is the most durable we have used and easy for the dogs to retrieve in the water, it's also easy on their mouths. I store one in our deck box and Sadie will pace around the deck box pawing it trying to get the Hurley out to play with. Several of my friends have now purchased them and also are very pleased with them! We now have three Hurley's two large and one small for our new Black Lab puppy. I also have purchased several of the cloth toys and have found the dogs love them and they withstand two Labs playing tug-of-war with them!! Thank you again for making such a wonderful product!"
Whether it is tug-of-war with the new puppy or retrieving toys in the lake, we hope you have fun Sadie!
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