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9 New Pet Products You'll Find at SuperZoo 2022

August 2022

World Pet Association

9 New Pet Products You’ll Find at SuperZoo

 “Tug and Follow Me Toys provide endless engagement and training play for dogs in durable, premium Polartec Polar Fleece USA-made materials. Help dog owners up their training game with these colorful interactive toys.”

Cosmopolitan

April 2022

Cosmopolitan

2022 Pet Awards

 “It’s the perfect length to allow for plenty of space between where you hold on to one end and where the dog grabs the other, which is especially important for puppies who have not yet developed good eye-mouth coordination.” -Andrea Arden

December 2021

New York Magazine // The Strategist

The Best Gifts for Dog Owners, According to Groomers, Trainers, and Other Dog Owners

Trainer Andrea Arden says this is “one of the most perfect tug toys I’ve found.” It’s long enough, she says, “to allow for appropriate distance from the dog to your hand” but can be rolled up, making it easy to bring along on walks or to the park. The toy is sturdy and machine washable, and “dogs love it,” she adds.

December 2016

Pet Age

Designed for Play

“I think that’s one of the reasons that people are coign to me. I do manufacture a 100 percent USA-made toy. I am very pleased to be able to say that not only are my toys manufactured here, but the material is also made here.”

Modern Dog Magazine

Summer 2022

Modern Dog

Summer Gear! Summer toys and accessories to help you make the most of the season

“Encourage interactive play and keep your dog engaged with these durable, Oeko-Tex certified Polartec Polar Fleece rope and tug toys from Knots of Fun.”

October 2013

Boston.com

Knots of Fun brings joy to dogs, kids

“Determined to wean Leo onto a toy “more attractive than a rag,” Kamer bought soft material from a local fabric store, and on a pleasant summer day in 2011, sat outdoors with Leo to start making the toys.”

August 2013

MetroWest Daily News

Business Leader Profile: Lisa Kamer

“I had an idea about combining a dog toy project with fundraising and made an exploratory phone call to the Perkins School for the Blind.”

November 2013

The Baltimore Sun

School for the Blind students make dog toys for fundraiser

“The project was founded in 2011 by Lisa Kamer, a Massachusetts businesswoman who is CEO of Happy Hands, Happy Dogs. She started to make homemade toys when her new dog, Leo, became destructive, and she invited the children in her neighborhood to help.”

May 2018

Boston Voyager

“Leo really inspired me; I thought that other dogs might also love the knotted toy. And when a neighbor girl saw me braiding and knotting a new toy for my puppy and asked to help, I realized that the process of making the toys could be a great activity for kids-even kids with disabilities.”

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