Replacement needed - First one dies a natural Death.

Posted January 22, 2010

West Paw Design recently received a letter from the owner of Walt and Kirk.  The letter explained that Walt's Zisc® dog frisbee had "died a natural death."  Walt (the Border Collie) enjoyed the endless exercise he got from the Zisc dog toy, so his owner purchased another replacement before sending back the Zisc frisbee that suffered the "terminal damage."  Walt's owner explained that nothing was too good for Walt and therefore Walt deserved one to play with while they waited for the free replacement.

We, of course, sent out a another Zisc dog frisbee to Walt and recycled the damaged frisbee so that it will be able to live again.  Kirk and Walt are back to having fun and playing rough with their favorite dog toy.

Have fun and thanks for the letter and photos - Walt and Kirk have brought many smiles to our faces!

Walt and Kirk playing with the durable zisc

 

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