The dog plush toys are quite cool. They look just like any other stuffie, but they are made out of especially tough materials.
The company was founded in 2010 by Chris & Ellen Lawson in Michigan. Its toys use a special toughened fabric which features an inner mesh liner. The seams are double-stitched and concealed.
Each toy goes through a metal scanner to ensure there is no metal. The eyes and all details are embroidered, so there are no loose pieces. The poly fill is non-toxic and the toys have an inner squeaker. And they are machine-washable.
So, just two days ago, on Oct. 8th 2017, Fluff & Tuff sold their 1-millionth toy. The lucky customer was at The Grateful Hound in Massachusetts and they got a bonus of five free Fluff & Tuff toys, PetAge reports. Also, the customer can choose 10 toys to donate to any animal shelter.
The company is now running a Golden-Georgia-Gator giveaway. Through random selection, 25 retail partners all around the U.S. were chosen to sell a “golden-ticket”-inspired Georgia Gator custom embroidered with a gold star. One lucky winner in each retail location will also win five free toys along with the opportunity to donate 10 toys to an animal shelter of their choosing.
Also, 100% of the profits from the annual holiday charity toy sale will go toward animal relief efforts after the 2017 hurricanes. “Thank all our retailer partners for the tremendous support over the years which played a crucial role in helping the brand reach such a milestone,” founders Ellen and Chris Lawson said.