OurPet's Company Introduces New Toys



OurPet’s Company launched two new toy collections: Grrrassic Bonded Tough Dog Toys and candy plush dog toys.



The Grrrassic toys are designed to motivate dogs to stay healthy and active during all types of play. Made in the USA from high-quality durable materials, the three toys, Grrrassic Retrieval, Grrrassic Tug and Grrrassic Toss, were introduced at SuperZoo.


“Our pet behavioral research team created the Grrrassic toys for fun and healthy interaction between pet parents and their dog,” said Dr. Steve Tsengas, president and CEO, OurPet’s Company. “These toys in yellow and blue (colors that dogs can easily recognize) are tough enough to toss, bounce and be used to fetch or tug. They even float in water.”


Made from built-to-last materials, each toy has a high-tear strength rubber bonded directly to the rope with the OurPet’s patented encapsulation process. The balls are puncture resistant and BPA- and latex-free plus the durable rope is the same rope that mountain climbers use.



The new candy-like plush dog toys feature a thick outer polyester material, rope and hidden squeaker. The eight dog toys depict favorite candies including Tootsie Roll, Tootsie Pops, Dots and Junior Mint.


“We have gotten tremendous reception from everyone who sees and touches the plush toys that look like the actual candy products we know and love,” said Dr. Tsengas. “The very life-like candy designs bring back happy memories while your pet enjoys positive stimulation with a toy that can provide hours of fun even with rugged play.”


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