We’re Having A Purple Day Giveaway


Thank you Rugers Mom & Dad

Purple Day is an international grassroots effort dedicated to increasing awareness about epilepsy worldwide. On March 26th, people in countries around the world are invited to wear purple and host events in support of epilepsy awareness.

This year we are having our first giveaway in celebration of Purple Day. We will be awarding the winner with a Free Knotty Chaw-Chaw. Free shipping included!

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The winner will be announced on March 27th. Good luck to all who enter.

Knotty Toys for Good Dogs’ Purple Day Giveaway

CEO Olivia

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Table Scraps? Not So Fast.



Treating your dog as one of the family is a good thing, but at dinner time it could be lethal. When it comes to food, dogs don’t have an on/off switch. Here are five foods you should never share with your dog.

Chocolate –  The amount of chocolate consumed affects the amount of toxicity the dog will experience. Symptoms range from vomiting to diarrhea to seizures. The darker the chocolate the high the level of toxicity for the dog. So no chocolate, especially baker’s chocolate or cocoa powder.

Xylitol – This is an artificial sweetener found in gum, candy & some baked goods. While it is generally okay for human consumption (we wouldn’t eat it), this sweetener can cause a dangerous drop in blood pressure, liver damage, vomiting, & a loss of coordination. The amount is also proportional to the size of the dog; a ten-pound dog, for instance, would only need to consume one piece of gum to have a toxic dose.

Grapes & Raisins – Both can cause a slew of health problems for dogs including liver failure, vomiting, increased urination, & increased thirst.

Onions & Garlic -When consumed in large amounts they can cause the destruction of red blood cells & lead to the development of anemia in dogs. While again, size determines the amount of poisoning. Lethargy & reduced appetite are signs of poisoning & should be reported to your veterinarian right away.

Alcohol – Besides the usual beer, wine & cocktails, alcohol can be found in deserts as well. It can also be created in your dog’s stomach if they consume store bought yeast used to make bread, rolls, or pizza. Even in tiny amounts alcohol can be fatal for you dog.

Personally barking, I love carrots, cold cucumbers or a nice juicy raw beet for my treats.

CEO Olivia

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Silly Dog Sundays ~ August 2nd Edition

News, Silly Dog Sundays


If you would like to share some silliness with us just toss us an email at knottytoys4gooddogs@gmail.com.  It can be a video clip or photo of your Good Dog, a silly meme or cartoon from the net.  Let’s bark out loud together. 😉

CEO Olivia