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GoDog Pink Pig and Hear Doggy Flats Gator

Hey neighbors!

Here is a fun post!!  We recently received a sampling of toys from GoDog and Hear Doggy, I am going to highlight two here, and then I will do a couple more posts later.  We have these three little midget dogs roaming our house now.  They are just so funny!!  We have Ninja, a Japanese Chin/Maltese cross.  Next is Princess Buttercup, a Japanese Chin cross.  Last of all is Bing, who is a Maltese/Long Hair Chihuahua cross.  All three of them love romping together.
Bing and Buttercup

This cute flying pig comes in a couple different sizes.  The wings make a crackling sound when the dogs chew on them.  Inside the belly is a squeaker.  The dogs love being able to grab a leg, tail, ear or wing to carry the pig around.  And yes, they like the larger one too!  I love that although they chew on and fight over the Flying Pig, it is still in excellent condition.  No tears or rips.  You may laugh and this how could one of those dogs destroy a dog toy, but you would be amazed.  One of them completely pulled all the legs off one toy and one of the others destroyed their dog bed.  They amaze me sometimes when they go after a toy.  And as many of you know Ninja loves nothing better to shred any paper type products into little bits and scatter them around the room.  That includes tissues, napkins, and any other paper left within her reach.

The Flying Pig is made with GoDog's special ChewGuard material.  I am very impressed with how well this material holds up to our little nipper's chewing.

Another item we received was this green Hear Doggy Flats Gator.  As you can see by the pictures, it was one of Ninja's favorites, that she kept away from the other dogs.  This is also made with the special Chew Guard Technology.  The unique thing about this toy is that the squeaker inside can be heard by the dog, but not you.  It squeaks at a higher range than the human ear can hear, but you dog can still enjoy the squeaking sound.

Be sure to follow GoDog on their social media accounts!
Facebook: https://www.facebook .com/godogtoys/?fref=ts
Twitter: oDogToys
Instagram: https://www.instagr
Pinterest: https://www.pintere
You will want to follow Hear Doggy too.
Hear Doggy! Toys
Facebook: https://www.facebook .com/Hear-Doggy-Toys-118292798 556442/?fref=ts
Twitter: eardoggytoys
Instagram: https://www.instagr

Pinterest: https://www.pintere

Be sure to stop in again as I will be sharing more of the products we received!


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