I am delighted to tell you about these cute little critters, MyOwnPet Balloons! These little guys come in many different types of animals. My son chose the Frog. He named him Zuko, I think a character from Avatar on Nickelodeon. Anyways, we filled him up almost 2 weeks ago and you would never know it has been that long. These little guys have amazing skills at holding the helium in! Zach takes him for walks (well hops) around the house and out in the yard. Zuko only holds enough helium to keep him off the ground. He looks so cute because his legs are springy, and have little froggy feet attached at the end to make him look authentic. His eyes bob up and down as my son takes him for his walks. The whole thing is just so cute! These pets are truly fun and entertaining. My daughter is only 3 and is fascinated with balloons, imagine her enthusiasm with this frog.
About MyOwnPet Balloons:
MyOwnPet Balloons is all about imagination. Kids of all ages love to pretend, whether they’re taking their new pet Pony for a gallop, their penguin for a waddle, or their purple, pink and white Bunnies for a hop around the house. Best of all, there’s something for everyone: Puppies, Dinosaurs, a Pot-Bellied Pig and more.
At MyOwnPet Balloons, we’ve created the perfect pet playmates with high-quality materials, welded seams and special inflation valves designed for long-lasting fun. So collect them all, and give the gift that keeps on giving smiles.
You also read the Balloon Story here, about balloon artist Treb Heining, who has created amazing balloons. There is also a Care & Feeding section that is super cute located here! You can also download a PDF Feeding Insert from there.
There is another wonderful part about MyOwnPet Ballons I wanted to talk about also. They donate $5 to Canines for Disabled Kids (CDK) for every MyOwnPet Balloon purchased here. I believe this is a great way to help children with disabilities. Canines for Disabled Kids (CDK) is a non-profit organization connecting children with disabilities to canine-assistance programs and resources. The CDK mission is twofold, first, to help families with disabled children obtain service dogs through education, financial aid and advocacy and second, to make families aware that these resources even exist.
You can read the whole article from MyOwnPet Balloon here.
You can purchase MyOwnPet Ballons online or locate a store here to purchase closer to your home.
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**Disclosure: I received a MyOwnPet Balloon for review purposes. My opinions are my own. No other compensation was received.