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In an effort to bring greater awareness to the issue of animal abuse, and give your dog a little something to gnaw on, I thought I’d share with you an interesting new dog toy called The Vick Dog Chew Toy.
[Thanks for the heads up, Randy.]
From the Vick Dog Chew Toy website:
The Vick Dog Chew Toy is made of state of the art ‘dog’ material. The Vick toy doll is so strong and flexible, it will challenge every breed. Especially the Pit Bull … Unlike Vick, our manufacturer is so sure of its durability they guarantee it against the most playful dog destruction. It bends. It bounces. It flies. It floats. And best of all, it lasts through the whole season and more!”
More About This Chew Toy
This one-of-a-kind dog toy just became available today.
Back orders are already being accepted for shipping on September 7, 2007.
A portion of the proceeds from the Vick Dog Chew Toy are being donated to a local animal shelter to help spread awareness of animal abuse.
Just FYI: The Vick Dog Chew Toy started out selling for $7.00 on August 6, 2007 according to Amazon. And today, the very next day August 7, 2007, it is selling for $10.99 plus $2 shipping and handling at the “official” site for the Vick Dog Chew Toy.
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