Introducing the Knotty Rove Tosser


The Knotty Rove Tosser

Hi everyone, CEO Olivia here. Today I’m barking out an announcement. After several prototypes, we have a wooftastic new soft toy for good dogs. We’re calling it the Knotty Rove Tosser.

The Knotty Rove Tosser has tough hemp cloth on the outside. On the inside is wooftastic smelling hemp rove , wrapped around 19 mm raw hemp rope. It’s sewn up with USDA certified Organic cotton thread. It’s a pawsome toy for playing fetch, tug games or just tossing around.

Like all of our toys, the Knotty Rove Tosser is earth friendly, because it’s all natural. Nothing from the petroleum industry here.

As I mentioned, it smells wooftastic to us good dogs, very earthy. The raw hemp rope in the middle gives it a good chew that makes this soft toy one you can really bite down on.

What makes our Knotty Toys for Good Dogs different from other dog toys?

  • They come in a color dogs can actually see
  • No plastic or synthetics
  • Wooftastic smelling to good dogs
  • fully biodegradable
  • Handcrafted by friendly Canadians

The Knotty Rove Tosser is now available on our store. Sniff it out.

CEO Olivia


Our New Cat Toys Are Here!


Cat Jerry Underfoot at work

Hi there, Jerry Underfoot reporting. Our CEO, Olivia has asked me to do today’s blog. That’s because I have a special announcement that all cats will find tail twitchingly exciting. Knotty Toys for Good Dogs has created a new soft toy for cool cats. It’s called the Knotty Nip. They are 100% Earth friendly, made from hemp cloth, with hemp fiber stuffing, huMom has added a pinch of organic catnip to make the Knotty Nip irresistible. It’s all stitched together with organic cotton thread and finished off with a hemp thread tail.

Knotty Nip cat toy

They’re available online now on our store. If your home has more than one cool cat, we have three packs too. Just in time for the holidays!

Jerry Underfoot – Cat toy tester at Knotty Toys for Good Dogs


Pointing In The Right Direction


Finger Tree

We are located in the small Hamlet of Coe Hill, in Eastern Ontario, Canada. Our little community is undergoing a renaissance of sorts. New businesses & new ideas are popping up.

Several months ago local craftsman/artist Jono Gooch with Artisans Café owner, Shawna Lockhart, came up with a novel idea, an old fashioned “western” direction sign post with fingers pointing to various local businesses. The Coe Hill sign post is now on our main street. Since an online business such as Knotty Toys for Good Dogs, exists in the cloud, it’s represented as an ‘idea bubble’.

The first sign post is already full & phase 2 is already in the works 🙂

CEO Olivia

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