Monday, March 13, 2017

New Toys from P.L.A.Y!

P.L.A.Y. is coming out with the CUTEST toys that I've seen in a long time! I just found out about their new Safari and International Classic toy collections, and I can't wait to get them for my dogs. Pets Lifestyle And You makes some of the most adorable toys out there, and ours are still going strong after months of rough play. What durable, fun, and functional toys have they come up with now? Let's take a look!

International Classic Toy Collection

Adorable, durable food-themed dog toys
This toy collection features classic international foods in plush toy form. There is a knotted German pretzel, a set of three sushi pieces strung together on a rope, and a taco. Super cute, right? Wait, there's more!

The taco actually comes apart. Each of the components has a different texture, and they all velcro together into a fun package that dogs can rip apart without actually ripping apart.
The International Classic collection is a fun variation on P.L.A.Y.'s American Classic toy line, featuring a burger, hot dog, french fries, and all that terrible food we love.

Ru is a huge fan of real tacos, he's got the nose of a bloodhound when it comes to following a plate of hot Mexican food. I think the girls are going to enjoy this toy more than he will, though. 

Safari Collection

Large ball-shaped wild animal dog toys
This toy collection features ball-shaped African wildlife that looks kind of like it rolled out of this video. Each is equipped with a large and unusual squeaker that doesn't sound like the average squeaky toy. Their limbs also have ropes inside for tugging fun. 

The Safari toys are just the sort of thing I've been looking for, in my quest for larger ball-type toys that don't present a choking hazard. We're definitely going to be getting one as soon as they hit the market. 

For a look at some of P.L.A.Y.'s earlier collections, check out my reviews of their Giant SquidGarden Fresh Carrot, King Crab, and Star stuffies. Our crab lost its squeaker a few months ago, but otherwise everything is holding up amazingly well to the insane amount of chewing, unstuffing, and fetching at goes on around here.

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