Plastic Surgery and Implants for Pet Owners
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Surgery and Implants
WEST CHESTER, PA – Seems everyone is doing a little snip, nip and tuck these days. Plastic surgery is big money. But for pet owners, plastic surgery using a small implant saves cash and makes pets very happy.
Chances are your pampered pooch has a favorite toy that no longer squeaks. Its squeaker -- the victim of a canine tooth puncture -- is silent, and the dog has lost interest. But there’s good news for this otherwise perfectly good toy. Pet owners can now replace the squeaker for a fraction of the cost of a new toy.
Pet toy expert Jill Gizzio, founder of DogToys.com says, "The number one issue our customers have is their dog's favorite toys have stopped squeaking. The number two issue is they can no longer find a replacement toy. So, our company offers plastic squeakers for pet owners who want to salvage the toy."
Gizzio said pet parents go to great lengths to salvage their dog's favorite toy. They sew and mend them until the little stuffed creatures are thread-bare. When doing the repairs, she recommends two plastic implants per toy for twice the mileage.
Pet moms and dads can order a 6-pack of squeakers at www.DogToys.com for $3.95 – enough implants for three to six toys. Large quantities of 84 per bag are also available for $29.95. You can reach DogToys.com at 1-877-364-8697.
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For more information contact DogToys.com at 1-877-364-8697.