PLANET DOG’S NEW ORBEE-TUFF® MAZEE™ IS AN ENGAGING, REWARDING AND FUN PUZZLE TOY FOR DOGS AND THEIR PEOPLE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Kristen Smith (207)761.1515 ext. 101
Portland, ME (February 29, 2012) – Planet Dog is thrilled to announce the launch of its Orbee-Tuff® Mazee™, an interactive dog toy that features a maze for treats inside of an Orbee-Tuff ball. After years of development, the socially responsible pet industry leader is proud to offer dog lovers an innovative and stimulating toy like no other.
“Orbee-Tuff Mazee is our fresh take on the interactive toy, stimulating puzzle craze,” says Kristen Smith, Planet Dog’s Brand Ambassador. “We are excited to offer dog lovers a clear alternative to other puzzle toys on the market,” adds Smith.
Although Orbee-Tuff Mazee is made from Planet Dog’s award-winning Orbee-Tuff, it is intended for puzzle play, not chewing. Dogs that have already been lucky enough to play with it have loved it. Its transparent shell makes it fun for dogs and people to watch the treats navigate their way through the maze.
This eco-friendly toy is made in the USA from 100% recycled and recyclable materials. Orbee-Tuff Mazee is available in one size and two colors: pink and green. Like all of Planet Dog’s high-quality products, it is 100% guaranteed. It can be washed by wiping the outside with a damp cloth, filling with hot water and shaking before air drying.
Retailers can place an order for this “a-maze-ing” new toy at www.planetdogretailer.com or by calling Planet Dog toll-free at 800-381-1516. Consumers can purchase them online at www.planetdog.com by calling Planet Dog or at retailers nationwide.
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Planet Dog is proud to donate 2% of every purchase to the Planet Dog Foundation (PDF) to support canine service programs nationwide. Since January 2006, PDF has given away more than $850,000 in cash grants and in-kind product donations to help more dogs help more people in need. In addition, PDF receives 100% of the profits from its best-selling Orbee-Tuff® Glow for Good Ball. For more information, please visit www.planetdogfoundation.org.