Skamp? I know, you are wondering what in the world is a Skamp? Well, Bailie and I are going to tell you all about this awesome new dog toy we recently had a chance to test out. In our opinion, most dogs will agree, it is a super fun toy.
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Skamp, what is it?
Skamp is the third toy in the Zogoflex Echo collection. Remember last year, we tested out the Zwig™? These toys are a safer and more durable alternative to classic dog toys. The Skamp is designed for moderate chewers, and is perfect for playing toss, fetch, tug-of-war, or our favorite game, keep away.
What makes this toy different?
⦁ Skamp flies far, and makes some funky bounces, even if you get hit, it is lightweight and won’t hurt you.
⦁ It will float making it a great water toy.
⦁ There are three lobes making interactive play with humans and other dogs a breeze.
⦁ The construction is soft, and hollow making it is easy on dog teeth for any aged dog.
⦁ They are BPA and Phthalate-free, non-toxic and FDA compliant.
⦁ You can actually put them in your dishwasher if you would like!
⦁ Amazingly, they are also 100% recyclable!
⦁ WestPaw products are made right here in the USA in Bozeman, Montana.
Why do we love ours?
Bailie says she enjoys scampering around the yard with the Skamp, keeping it away from me. Keep away is one of her favorite games to play with toys.
When I finally have a chance to play with it, I enjoy trotting around, very proudly with it in my mouth. I’m so happy, I’m trying to smile, without dropping the Skamp!
Bailie also enjoys gnawing on it. Since it is durable, and not hard, it is so much better than a dangerous stick. Did you know, sticks can leave splinters and puncture wounds, and even modern tennis balls have toxic glues, and are abrasive on teeth? Luckily, we have no interest in tennis balls around here.
What do you think? Would your dog be interested in a Skamp? They come in three pretty colors, the Jungle Green we have, Melon which is orange, or Eggplant, which is purple. If your dog doesn’t like to wait, you can even order them on Amazon Prime!
Wouldn’t you like to see your furry friend scampering around your yard with a new, safe toy this spring?
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