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Toys and Products for Dogs

The Martha Stewart Show, March 2009

If you have dogs, you're likely on the lookout for new products that will help keep them healthy, entertained, and even challenged -- these pet products do exactly that!

Talk To Me Treat Ball


The Talk To Me treat ball, by Talk To Me Pet Products:

  • Won best new product at Global Pet Expo, the largest annual pet trade show in the world, in 2004.
  • Was ranked Best Toy by Tufts University because it appeals to a dog's five senses.
  • Rewards dogs for their actions. (There's a cat ball, too, only smaller.)
  • Can help with separation anxiety.
  • Can record a personal message as often as you like so it's like a new toy every day.
  • Can be filled with small treats or kibble.
  • Is available in three sizes: mini, small-med, and large, plus one for cats. (A new rubber version works great on hardwood floors.)
  • Learn more at talktomepet.com.

Nuhemp Products


NuHemp, based in Ontario, Canada, makes treats, supplements, and grooming products (the company's "2 in 1" conditioning shampoo, coat conditioning spray , and dog treats were featured on the show) that are healthy and environmentally friendly.

  • Treats contain Omega 3, 6 and 9 -- essential fatty acids and natural antioxidants to maintain balance in your pet's immune system and metabolism.
  • Grooming products have no harsh synthetic chemicals.
  • Hemp is used in all products and is a renewable resource full of nutritional and therapeutic benefits.
  • Learn more at nuhemp.com.

Nina Ottosson Interactive Games


Nina Ottosson started Zoo Active Products AB in 1993. The company's Interactive Games were featured on the show.

  • The toys activate the dog in a positive and educational manner by allowing them to problem-solve by finding hidden dog snacks.
  • They're a great way for owners to have a fun and rewarding time with their pets.
  • These brain exercises are for dogs of any age and are a great way to stimulate those that cannot move freely due to illness or injury.
  • Learn more at interactivedoggames.com.

Special Thanks
Special thanks to Greg Kleva, dog behavioral therapist, master trainer, and host of "It's a Dog's Life" on Sirius Radio, for sharing these amazing products with us. All three products were given to members of our studio audience. For more information, visit: talktomepet.com, nuhemp.com and interactivedoggames.com. Special thanks to The Company of Animals for giving Dog Magic interactive game to the studio audience.

Comments (1)

  • 18 Mar, 2009

    Way to go Martha -- Hemp, can you say marijuana, Maryjane, etc. I actually suport the use of hemp porducts. If it were not for petrolium based cloth products. Hemp/marijuana would not be illegal. Thanks for the stroke of the pen from one greedy man it is now all illegal. In 1939 the USA was the largest producer of hemp porducts in the world. Keep on trucking Martha.
    J. Samm Pershing, Fort Worth, Texas