Happy Thankful Thursday, my friends!
I am so grateful to my friend @BabyPatches from Nip and Bones for my new toy, a Owl Wool Dog Toy. Baby Patches also sent me a Buffalo Paddywack Dog Chew, which I will review in another post since Ma hasn't given it to me yet (but I can tell already that is it going to be delicious)!
|Thank you Baby Patches!|
Now, back to my Owl Wool Dog Toy. It is a handmade from 100% wool and guess what?!? It is biodegradable and washable too. I could not wait to play with it!
|I cannot wait to get my paws on this toy!|
The feel of the wool reminds me of a tennis ball, soft and scritchy all at the same time. Since I love to tear the green fuzz off of every tennis ball I find, I needed to make sure my owl wool dog toy was terrier-tough.
|Giving it the ole Terrier Test!|
After the initial go-round, the owl wool dog toy seemed to be holding up to my terrier teethies just fine. There were just a few little pulls in the wool.
I'm so excited over this toy! I wouldn't give it back to Ma, not even to play fetch. See if you can hear my teethies snapping with joy!
I don't know what it is about wool, but dog...I LOVE this toy! Ma kept asking me to "bring it" and I thought, "not a chance lady! Get your own wool dog toy!" So, I ran away with it while Ma was 'distracted'.
Can you imagine what she found when she finally caught up with me?!
|Nothing to see here, lady. Keep moving along.|
I love this owl wool dog toy from Nip and Bones so much! I give it 4 out of 4 dog bones!
Nip and Bones before? They have all kinds of products for cats and dogs! And...did you know that you can create a WishList for all the great toys and products you want to buy? How fun!
Thank you Baby Patches for my new Owl Wool Dog Toy!
And thank you to PepiSmartDog for hosting the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!
Review Disclaimer: I am an official Baby Patches Tester Team Member. I did not receive any monetary compensation for this review. I was given a free product to review. The opinions in this review are my own and not influenced by any outsider. I receive no additional benefits for talking about the product or company.