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Friday, January 18, 2013

Pet Toy Winners: Thx HomeGoods!

by Carrie Boyko, CEB
So Many Toys. So Little Time.

Our collection of dog toys from HomeGoods has been a big hit. Thanks for your enthusiastic entries and great comments. It seems that there is quite a variety in dog preferences for playthings. To each his own, right?

The toys in this selection were chosen to entertain our celebrity visitor, Bo Obama. Each had its own meaning. For example, the fish represented our living on a lake and Tanner's fun story of catching a fish.  The Flappy fetch toy is in the University of Florida colors, perfect for a fetching dog's fun game.  

Of course, every Retriever loves ducks. They live for the chance to do what their DNA has programmed them for--retrieve a downed duck. Our selection has a duck included.

The black and white loofa dog represents Bo, the Furst Dog that just happens to be parti-colored just like this toy. 

Padlock Treat Toy
Sweet and soft, the lamb toy is lightweight and easy for even tiny Oliver to pickup and take along on a romping good run through the house. But during quiet, crate time, the blue padlock holds treats that can be dug out in an enjoyable fetch session of a different kind.

Congratulations to our winners H. Bridson, R. Weitzel, A. Galanos, Tamra H., M. Rozak and A. Sovko. You'll each hear from me via my email. I'll need your mailing address in order to get your prizes out quickly next week. Watch your email and check your spam if you do not see it by this evening. Have a wonderful weekend and be sure to check out Fido's Freebie Friday to see what else you can enter to win. We hope to see you at #SuperDogPics on Sunday afternoon at 4 PM ET. Don't forget to RSVP at the link to be eligible to win prizes. Happy tails,


Unknown said...

I'll need your mailing address in order to get your prizes out quickly next week.

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