I have a new puppy - my trainer advised me not to give the pup anything that resembles anything real . . . to avoid confusion.
And nothing fuzzy, only hard rubber things he can really chew chew.
I would love the idea of something LV for him, maybe our friends in Paris will make a toy my furbaby can chew !!!
ps: I had often wondered about the legal ramifications of the chewyvuitton company - this is really a statement about LV and the seriousness of their effort to confront imitators/counterfeiters....any lawyers here want to chime in? I am not a lawyer, but interested in business/economics in general
We had a range of these in my pet boutique, and the Chewy Vuittons were the first ones sold and restocked. I think the humour behind these dog toys have been misinterpreted. I heard one of the customers telling the staff his dog will get drunk drinking the Dog Perignon.
Well I wouldn't get one just because my furbaby is a large variety and soft plush toys are a waste of money for her because she'd have it torn apart in an instant.
However, I would buy this item if she did play more gentle. I don't see it as a copyright infrigement because they don't use the LV or real Vuitton name anywhere on the product. The motifs are a bit different too. I'm glad LV's legal team is cracking down on offenders but I don't think this was a battle worth fighting.