Sunday, May 14, 2017

Hear Doggy Ultrasonic Chew Toy for Dogs

Hear Doggy Ultrasonic Chew Toy

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Any pet lover knows that dogs love the feel and sound of “squeaky” toys, but enduring the high-pitched repetition in the wee hours of the night can drive any pet-parent crazy! Ultrasonic HEAR DOGGY!® toys are made with a squeaker ONLY your dog can hear!

Hear Doggy! plush toys give your pet the same sensation and enjoyment of traditional squeaky toys without the irritating noise!

The science behind Hear Doggy!: Dogs can hear sounds at a higher frequency (0 to 45 KHz) than humans (0 to 20 KHz).  Tuned to an ultrasonic range in the 24-28 KHz frequency, each Hear Doggy! squeaker is out of human hearing range, but still fun for your four-legged friend. (copied)

Finding the right toys to give my fur baby Kaia, is important. Finding something that will last through her rough play is even more important. No dog owner wants a new toy to shred or take a chance at their pet swallowing or choking on the pieces left behind. With the Chew Guard Technology, you have no worries.

I also love the fact that this toy has the Ultrasonic technology so I don't have to hear the squeak toy all day long while she plays. Only she can hear it when it's squeezed. No more squeaking while momma is trying to watch a show or concentrate on writing!

As you can see Kaia has brought her Giraffe outside with her and has bugged her human brother to play with her! Of course, he had to play Tug-O-War!

The Hear Doggy line has a different variety of toys available, so you're sure to find the right one for your pet. On your next trip to the pet store, remember to look for the Hear Doggy line of toys with Ultrasonic and Chew Guard Technology. Give your pet the very best!

* I received this product free or at a discounted price in exchange for my review. I was not compensated for my review and all opinions are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. *

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