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West Paw Hurley Dog Toy

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Product Description

The Hurley combines the best of a ball, bone and stick in one incredible dog toy. Your dog will love to chew it, toss it and float it. It is made from 100% recycled materials and is so durable that you'll never need to buy a replacement. Comes in 6" or 8" sizes.

Available in colors:

  • Orange
  • Blue
  • Green

Product Facts:

  • Made in Montana, USA
  • Made from 100% post-consumer recycled products

Product Benefits:

  • It bounces, it floats, it lasts!
  • Perfect for teaching doggy to fetch
  • A great source of exercise
  • Available in assorted colors and sizes


In an age of disposability, recycling is imperative to our planet's health. This eco-friendly product utilizes the seemingly unlimited supply of post-consumer plastic products for its contents. Milled in the USA, the environmentally sound, 100% recycled materials consist of re-engineered plastics that divert unnecessary waste from going into landfills. This product is truly one that lives on.

Max's Review

My human said it isn't safe for me to chew on sticks, which was a bummer because I thought it was a lot of fun. Then she gave me my Hurley. It's way better than a stick because pieces don't come off and jab me in the mouth. It acts like a ball, too, and bounces like crazy when my human throws it for me. We even took it to the beach; it floated when my human threw it into the water!

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  1. Finally got her own

    Posted by on 5th Jul 2017

    My golden's "cousin" has a bone like this and she has tried over and over again to take it from her. She finally got her own and loves it.

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