Zogoflex toys are durable and reliable

Posted August 15, 2006

Spencer and his Durable Zogoflex Dog Chew Toys.

No more furniture chewing for him!

Ruby Pealer's 1 year old Field Spaniel, Spencer, has a love for chewing...her furniture that is! Since Spencer has been introduced to West Paw Design's durable Zogoflex chew toys, his infatuation with her furniture has diminished! Ruby loves that the tough, durable material and the interesting, unique shapes keep Spencer preoccupied, she no longer worries about her furniture or other household items being terrorized by Spencer's aggressive chewing!

Since Spencer has strong jaws and has the urge to chew, we are always looking for safe durable dog toys that keep his mind off other chewable surfaces, such as our furniture! We introduced Spencer to West Paw's Zogoflex toys about three months ago. Since then, our furniture is safe and Spencer happily walks around, showing off his new toys: the Hurley, the Huck and the Zisc.

He loves the shapes of both the Hurley and the Huck because they allow him to easily hold and comfortably chew without damaging his teeth or soft mouth. He tosses them in the air and, though he's tried, he has not been able to put a dent in the Hurley!

I love that the Zogoflex is a safe, durable material and that there is a one time replacement guarantee! I also enjoyed West Paw's fast delivery and friendly customer service!

Thank you West Paw for creating a toy that my dog loves and that I feel safe giving him!

Ruby Pealer
Gainesville, FL

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