Guess what today is……….It’s National Mutt Day! National Mutt Day was founded by Pet Lifestyle Expert and Animal Welfare Advocate Colleen Paige. It is observed on December 2nd and July 31st to celebrate the many wonderful attributes of Mutts to promote adoption Worldwide. As many of you guys know we adopted our two Mutts from the Boston Terrier Rescue here in Oklahoma. They are part Boston and part we have no idea! However the are 100% adorable, sweet, loving, caring, spoiled and they are members of our family now.
If you are not quite ready for a real pet TPF Toys has the perfect option. TPF Toys Peppy Pups are the official plush dog of National Mutt Day! Peppy Pups is just like having the real thing. They actually follow you everywhere you go! The cuddly pup has a spring in its step and when walked by it’s owner, can run, jump and wag its tail like a real dog!
Brimming with personality and no batteries needed, Peppy Pups have ultra-soft fur, distinct paw pads and springs in their feet that help these eager Peppy Pups move and prance, just like a real dog. Peppy Pups bounce, jump and waddle as they go for “walks” with their kid owners, and turn heads as they go. Peppy Pups adore cuddling, snuggles and squeezes, showing characteristics of a real dog that all pet lovers embrace.
Find out more and find retailers (available at Toys “R” Us & Amazon) near you by visiting the TPF Website.
Peppy Pups is ideal for children ages 4+
They are available in soft brown & black and white.
How are you celebrating National Mutt Day?? Share your stories and pictures in the comments!
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