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Latex Free Durable Dog Toys- Zogoflex Gets Two Paws Up!
In Indianapolis, Indiana there are two very loved pups: Sheila and Charlie. Marci, owner of both dogs, says that they are power chewers and love to put products to the test! Sheila, an 11-year-old Shepherd/Chow mix and Charlie, a 3-year-old Catahoula Leopard Hound have had several of our latex-free Zogoflex® toys! Sheila loves that Tux® treat toy and Charlie loves to play tug-o-war with Būmi® - it flexes more and is self-rewarding.
“I have been very impressed with its durability,” Marci explains. “Most toys for heavy chewers last my boy 15-20 minutes. These toys have been used for heavy duty chewing, tugging, and retrieving and are still going strong with no noticeable wear. Bravo to West Paw Design for making eco friendly, latex free, and durable toys!”
Marci’s enthusiasm about our Latex Free products is encouraging. Latex allergies are a big concern with a lot of dog owners - West Paw Design is proud to say that one-hundred-percent of our Zogoflex product are all latex-free. Marci is extremely sensitive to latex products and was pleasantly surprised to find that she could finally interact with her dogs and our dog toys. She is happy to know that she has found a company that makes latex free, high-quality and guaranteed dog toys that are durable and that her dogs love!
According to the Mayo Clinic "Latex allergy is a reaction to certain proteins found in natural rubber latex, a product made from a milky fluid from rubber trees. If you have a latex allergy, your body mistakes latex for a harmful substance." Check out their website to read more about this very common allergy.
Charlie and Sheila are happy that they can finally play a serious game of Tug-o-War with Mom!
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