Friday, December 17, 2010

Product Review: Hartz® Tuff Stuff® Tiny Dog™ Flyer

Left to right, the small Dura Play bone, Tiny Dog Flyer
and medium Dura Play bone
Some of you may remember Cosmo's glee over the Hartz Dura Play ball in our BlogPaws swag bag. If you missed it, go check out the video at the bottom of this post. I don't know what they put in that ball, but I had to lock it up at night so Cosmo would get some rest and stop the squeaking madness.  


So when we received a package recently with more toys from Hartz, Cosmo's head spun around and he about jumped out of his fur. Two of the toys are made of the same Dura Play goodness and the third is a little disc-type toy, perfect for a dog like Cosmo who loves to chase, catch and squeak! 


Today we are reviewing the Hartz® Tuff Stuff® Tiny Dog™ Flyer. Be sure to check back tomorrow when we'll review the Dura Play bones AND do a giveaway! 


First a few specs on the Flyer:
  • Made from durable ballistic nylon
  • Measures about 5.75 inches in diameter
  • Nice squeak in the middle
  • Three openings perfect to grab for tugging
Special note: we were given a sneak peak at this toy. It will be available in Walmart stores March 2011. The regular-sized Tuff Stuff Flyer  is available now at Walmart and Kmart stores, measures about 9.5 inches in diameter with a recommended retail price of $11.99.


Let's head on over to Cosmo's Test Kitchen. Take a look!



Don't forget to check back tomorrow for more fun and games! We'll review the small and medium Dura Play bones AND you'll get a chance to win some great stuff! 

Here's where it all began. For Cosmo and Dura Play it was love at first sight...



FTC Disclosure
Hartz gave us these toys. We didn't buy them. Our opinions are our own... dogs don't lie.

4 comments:

  1. I just got the Hartz Dura Play bone (small) as a gift for Barley and Dougal and it's a huge hit. Very durable, even when they gnaw and tug, and play very rough with it. (They're terriers, after all!) It also has a loud squeaker, which Dougal loves, and it bounces in unpredictable ways, so it's fun for him to chase. It's his new favorite toy in the bin.

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