RuffDawg to Introduce New Launcher, Crunch Toys at P3 Pet Show

July 29, 2016

RuffDawg has announced it will introduce several new products at their booth (#1015) at P3 Pet Show in Chicago, Illinois, on August 24 to 25, 2016.

Among the newest additions to RuffDawg’s catalog are ultra-bright neon colors across their full line of rubber retrieving toys, designed to prevent them from being lost in grass during play.

RuffDawg CRUNCH toys, which are brand new for 2016 in the company’s lineup, has taken RuffDawg’s most popular rubber retrieving toys—the Peanut, Weenut, Stick, Twig and GummyBear—and given them a special lining that makes them feel and sound crunchy when squeezed. The sound is similar to a water bottle, though the rubber is gentle on teeth and gums as well as safe and durable for long lasting play.

New RuffDawg Launcher toys are designed for dogs of all sizes, with a launch handle that is easy to throw and pick up. The toys are 100 percent rubber, gentle on teeth and gums, and available in a variety of bright and new neon colors. The launcher line includes Football Flyer, Gladiator, Cat-a-pult and the new squeaky WhipperSnapper.

RuffDawg makes retrieving and chew toys for dogs, and all are 100 percent made-in-the-USA. The toys are made of FDA-approved materials, are recyclable and free of phthalates, latex and BPAs. They are designed for active fun, are durable and come in a range of shapes and colors. Most of the toys float for water retrieval and some are treat-fillable.

For more information, visit P3 Show Booth #1015 or www.ruffdawg.com

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