Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Make Your Dogs Do A Happy Dance With #CuteDogRopeToys #review

**I received these items free of charge in exchange for sharing my honest opinion.**

Everyone who knows me knows that my dogs mean the world to me.  I could not imagine my life without them because each and every day they remind me of what unconditional love is. Because of this, I am very picky about what food my dogs eat and what toys they play with. We adopted Reese (the one with the stripes) when she was three months old and she has grown up having a huge array of toys around. We adopted Teegan a few months ago and at first he was somewhat leery of toys. Part of me thinks that he had never had toys.

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Slowly but surely, Reese taught him that toys can be a blast. When I opened the box that had the rope toys inside, I don't know who was more excited, me or them. Somehow they always know when something is for them, whether it comes in the mail or if it's in a grocery bag. Normally, they will take a new toy and just lay down and inspect it. It usually takes me or my husband getting in the floor and playing with the toy before they will really pay attention to the toy.

That was not the case with these cute dog rope toys. As soon as I handed one to Reese and one to Teegan, they took off and started throwing the toys around. It was so cute! I really wish I had been able to capture them on video. The best I could do was get some action photos of Teegan.

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So, why should you choose these products over similar ones made by a different company? My dogs are really picky, especially Reese, and they fell in love with these toys right away. They are made with 100% eco friendly cotton fibers. I like knowing that the toys are made from safe material because dogs play by putting the toys in their mouth. I like not having to worry that they are going to get sick from using something that is meant for fun. All in all, I give these toys five paws!

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