Nancy Rogers lost two of her dogs at the young age of 8 and wanted to know why. She paid to have her dog's tennis balls tested for lead. She was shocked to find they contained 335.7 ppm (parts per million) of lead. This is over the 300 ppm federal standard for lead in children’s toys in the United States. Read the full story on Bark.
Honest Pet Products believe pet toys should at least meet the safety standards we have in place for children's products.