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April 09, 2011

Dogbon - stood the test of time and teeth ;-)












We adopted an almost 2 year old black lab (Millie) about a month ago, and having never owned a dog, I had no idea how much they liked to chew, but quickly learned, as you can see from the picture below:





















We gave her a tennis ball and within minutes she had bitten through it. One toy down. Next we decided to give her a braided rope toy, and within 30 minutes she was tearing off pieces and swalling them. Second toy down. Next we decided to give her a blue plastic football (made for tough dogs) and within minutes she was eating bits of the plastic. Toy # 3 - Lost! So I was getting frustrated, as was my husband, at buying all these "durable" dog toys to only have them torn to bits within minutes....until we found DogBon!


I am so impressed with this dog toy, that I want to buy every other product they make. Millie (our pup) has chewed on this bone for weeks now, and hasn't even made a dent. You may be thinking, what's the fun in a bone that you can't break....well our dog still loves this toy, so it doesn't seem to phase her at all. I think she enjoys the challenge of this toy. She keeps trying to chew through it, but hasn't been able to so far, and I'm not sure she ever will. It's a quality product and can't wait to get more for her.

For more information, or to buy one for your pet: http://www.otomik.com/

disclaimer: sample produce received for review.

1 comment:

  1. OMG...when my dog was a puppy she chewed the keyboard and mouse cords off my computer on a daily basis...I finally had to go out and buy a computer armoir to get the cords where she couldn't get to them. ....I sympathize with you!

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