My doggy brother, Spike, is the most awesome dog I know! Whenever I have the chance to get him some toys or treats, I do it. Well, as most dogs do, he kills them pretty quick. Well, that is, until goDog with chew guard technology came along!
These toys really hold his interest.They have squeakers in them, and they are super soft! He didn’t even give me a chance to take the tags off of them before he ran off with them!
Santa is a super cute toy. He is smaller than the dragon, but just as much fun. There are some different materials on him, providing a nice sensory experience. Spike can feel his hat, which is a velvety feel, but also his beard and body, which are two different materials. The body has a super soft material that is designed to not be smooth. It has a fun texture to it. The chew guard technology makes it so that Spike cannot ear it apart within a few hours like he normally does. Santa is around $7.99.
This is such a fun dragon! He is made of velvety soft material that has little nubs on them. He is larger than the Santa, and has the same great chew guard technology. goDog really outdoes themselves! I like that the dragon has those nubs all over his body, because they are fun. Yes, I played with the dog toy..haha. The squeakers in these toys are also puncture proof, which is great because that’s usually the first thing that a dog goes for. The large size of this dragon made it fun to play tug-of-war with Spike, which he absolutely loved! The large dragon is around $12.
If you are looking for fun toys for your fur babies this Christmas, I highly recommend goDog! They can hold up to the roughest playing!
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