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Sunday, January 29, 2017

Busy puppies are good puppies!

We have two active and busy 8 month old puppies, so when we read that Chewy.com was looking for a review of the Busy Buddy Jack dog toy we jumped at the chance!  When the box arrived from Chewy.com, Maizie asked if she could play with it first, and when that cute little face is looking at you, there is no way to say no!


Why is this toy fun for dogs?

Key Benefits

  • Durable nylon and rubber construction
  • Includes 4 Busy Buddy natural rawhide treat ring refills
  • Additional rawhide treat ring refills available separately
  • Great toy for dogs with separation anxiety
  • Dishwasher safe, top rack only


So it's easy to clean, very sturdy and dogs seem to really love this toy.  The toy twists apart, and rawhide rings can be added to encourage chewing.  While we don't give our collies rawhide, they still had fun with the Busy Buddy Jack, and they don't seem to miss the rawhide rings.


The girls have become very attached to this toy.  Sophie even tries to sneak outside with it!  So if you have a dog that enjoys chewing, and loves to play with toys, you should head over to Chewy.com and take a look at the Busy Buddy Jack toy!  Maizie and Sophie give it four paws up!


We were sent this toy for our honest opinion, we were not reimbursed for this review!


6 comments:

  1. OMD, that loooks FABulous! I thinks I gots to put this on my wishlist!!! Great review gurls!!!!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  2. You need to keep those kids busy
    Lily & Edward

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  3. it's on our shopping list... and we hope it keeps the nearly 5 months old energizer bunny busy for a while :o)

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  4. hello collies its dennis the vizsla dog hay its a toy!!! its got fud in it!!! wot cud be better??? ok bye

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  5. awesome blog! You have elaborated very nicely about how busy puppies are good puppies. You have really helped dog owners for the dog training. Thank you and please keep posting this type of blog.

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