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Sunday, November 18, 2012

Launch-A-Ball Product Review

Working with our great friends at Kyjen again we have another great product to share with you.

The Launch-A-Ball is great for playing fetch without having to get your hand all slobbery.

Here's some action pics so you can see how much fun Oskar had.

The Launch-A-Ball will make a perfect stocking stuffer for the pup in your life!  Oskar gives it two paws up!

7 comments:

Susie and Sidebite said...

Man, Oskar you get to play with lots of awesome toys!

Your Furiends
Susie, Bites & Shadow

Lovable Lily said...

Sweet toy Oskar! You're right... A great stocking stuffer for us of the canine variety!

Hugs,
Lily Belle & Muffin
p.s. Mommy hasn't had time to try your button on the sidebar yet.

Mariodacat said...

What a great idea for a doggie! M always hates playing fetch with a big doggie especially cuz they really get slobbery!

Two French Bulldogs said...

Good job, you even bring it back
Benny & Lily

Cotton said...

Mom hates it when I got slobber on my rubber toys but I love a good slobbery mess :)
Cotton

speedyrabbit said...

LOoks like you had fun Oskar

Complete Aquatics said...

Great idea!!!

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