Chew Guard Technology (Part 2)

Jan 3, 2018 | Products

We are four days into the new year and Jake and Maggie have totally demolished all of their new toys.  I wanted to wrap each one individually for them for Christmas but we wanted to give the toys to them all at once.  It was a blast watching them get so excited and curious about what was under that wrapping paper.  We quickly realized, due to all of the excitement, that leaving all their new presents out at once was not a good idea.  

Sooo, our plan was to space the gift giving out and test a new toy out over a span of several days.  I had high hopes for Mr. Rooster and Mr. Dragon (see my post on Chew Guard Technology) but Mr. Rooster made it 5 minutes before he lost his right leg, then his left leg and then…he was gone…scattered all over the floor.  Poor thing!  

Although strong, the chew guard technology could not hold up to the beating from Jake and Maggie.  These two little power chewers are extremely tough on toys!  I’ll keep searching for that toy with special powers that they can’t destroy.

 

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