|Kimberly the Fur Mom|
|Gin and Bailey|
The Fidose of Reality Valentine’s Day dog toys contest is in full gear. We’ll be giving away four Helping Udders dog toys that are “moo-tastically” fun and “udderly” enjoyable for dogs who love to play tug of war.
Dogs go “udderly” bonkers for the smell of cows; this much I know is true. The Helping Udders company has a dog toy that has made my pooch over the moon happy with puppy glee. It is called the Udder Tug!
The Udder Tug is a dog toy made in the USA from recycled rubber liners used in machines to milk real cows. Contact with all those cows leaves an irresistible cow-smell that dogs seem to enjoy. According to their website, the scent is “Eau de Bovine.”
Puns aside, we put the product to the real test: Letting Cocker Spaniels give it a good workout. Did the Udder Tug survive? The video below will reveal that answer.
Durability note: If used as an interactive toy (one you and your dog play with together), your tug will last many months. But, like any other toy, if you let your dog uses it as a chew toy, it will eventually be destroyed – but, he’ll have a blast doing it.
A variety of sizes are available and there is a percentage of profits that go to rescue. Check them out at HelpingUdders.com.
You can get yours now by visiting Helping Udders.
WIN A HELPING UDDERS DOG TOY
You can enter to win your choice of a $12 value reinforced unleashed Udder Tug for all sized dogs (made in USA) or a $15 value Pocket Tug for Small to Medium sized dogs. The whole line and size range of Udder Tugs can be viewed by visiting the Udder Tugs dog toys page.
HOW TO ENTER TO WIN
Easy!! Just reply in the comments below and tell us why your dog is your Valentine! That’s it. Be as short winded or as long winded as you like, but let the canine love flow through your words.
We will pick 4 random winners at the end of February, and each of you will receive one Udder Tug toy as specified. ! Contest starts right now and ends on February 28, 2013 at 11:59 pm EST. One entry per person, please. U.S. residents only, and must be 18 years or over, please.
Here’s the Udder Tug being tested by some Cocker pals, including our Puppy Relations Manager, Dexter: