It turns out we have a fan over in Baghdad, Iraq.
Posy is a 3 year old Chesapeake that loves playing in the pool.
Meet two wild and tough girls: Dakota & Havoc. These two beautiful Rhodesian Ridgbacks are in their doggie teenage years (both are "2 human-years" old) and love to play. Luckily for these playful dogs, their human mom discovered the guaranteed tough Zogoflex dog toys:
Otis is a 5 year old Pit/Boxer mix that is tough on his dog toys. His favorite game is hide and go seek with his toys... and the super-durable Hurley dog toys are perfect!
Molly is a cute little "rascall" of a dog who's from Colville, Washington. Molly loves her Bumper Bed and Big Sky Blanket. Her human Mom especially loves that both the blanket and dog bed are washable... it seems that being neat and tidy are not Molly's biggest strengths!
A story of a rescue dog that didn't understand what "play" was... until their new family showed her:
Kiko is a 2 and a half year old Australian Shepherd / American Staffordshire Terrier mix that loves to dock dive. Like many super-active dogs, Kiko is hard on her dog toys.
Būmi is Perfect Dog Toy for Labs that like to Tug!
We all know Labs love to fetch dog balls, but apparently they love to chew and play tug-of-war, too!
Būmi is great for pulling and tugging
Lewis is a Golden Retriever/Standard Poodle mix, most commonly known as a Goldendoodle. Himself, his brother Jack, and his sister Zoe all joined my family (and extended family) this past May. Lewis lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico and goes to work at a vineyard with me everyday. (The others live in Minnesota and South Dakota, and both got gifted a Hurley at our last reunion!)
Lily Mae is a four year old Labrador Retriever from Colorado Springs that recently got a new step sister, who is sort of a bed hog. But you can't blame her new sister for having good taste in dog beds... and when you are 120 pound Alaska Malamute, you're bound to take up a log of space!
Some dog breeds have a reputaion for being tough on their dog toys. However, many times it just comes down to the individual dog - regardless of the breed. Who knows why some dogs love to chew so much? But who are we to judge what's fun or not fun!?
Bullitt is the perfect example of an unexpected tough chewer. Bill and Lisa (Bullitt's parents) explain: