However, what happens when a dog is locked up in a kennel all day? They’re bored and they’re scared. This leads to anxiety, which can even manifest itself as aggression. Long story short, lonely, bored dogs are not adopted at high rates, and as a result, many are euthanized.
Knowing how important playfulness is to potential adoptees, we asked ourselves how can we increase adoption at the shelters we already provide food for? We talked to shelter workers and they told us about the need for high quality, durable toys for the dogs.
Adoptees begin to imagine playing fetch with the dog in their yard. They imagine their children enjoying the company of their new pet. In a nutshell, play changes everything!
Knowing this, we got to work, and came up with Project Play. For every toy you purchase for your dog, we’ll donate this high quality, durable rubber Wunderball to a shelter.
Soft stuffed plush with squeaker
Approximately 4.5″ in diameter
NOTE: While this toy is durable, it is intended as a teaser toy and not a chew toy that a dog should be allowed to destroy. Always use caution and supervise your dog, especially with new toys. Remove any pieces that may have broken off, and discard.
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