Radar loves his Hurley and Can't Destroy it

Posted November 14, 2007

Radar looks sweet and innocent except when it comes to his dog toys.

Radar, a two year old mix breed from Kalua-Kona Hawaii loves his Hurley® and Huck - and his owner,Scott, loves that he can't destroy it!

 

Radar is a local star in Hawaii, debuting on the cover of the annual Hawaiian Island Humane Society's calendar with his favorite dog toy, a Hurley®! The Humne Society sells the calendars with all the proceeds going to help the animals. What a fun calendar for a good cause - and only $10! Radar is more destructive than he looks! Scott, Radar's owner and friend, bought him a few Hurleys and Hucks for Radar over 6 months ago. Scott liked that the products were easy to order, but more importantly that they are good products! Radar destroys everything - he even chews wood! Finally he has met his match with West Paw Design's Zogoflex® material which creates a durable toy that even Radar can't destroy!
Radar with his Hurley
Radar with his favorite durable dog toy - the Hurley!
Radar with his Huck too!
Radar with his Huck and Hurley - made from super durable Zogoflex

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