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How to contact us

We enjoy hearing from our viewers. Your comments and suggestions help improve the content of this website. You may use the form above or send an email to gbush at boneyarddogtoys dot com.


Our privacy policy

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Affiliate relationships

Most of the dog toys and accessories discussed on this website are available through Amazon.com by following the link provided. BoneyardDogToys.com participates in the Amazon Associates affiliate program. The program is designed to provide advertizing fees from purchases made using the link provided. Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc., or its affiliates. The fees collected from purchases using the link provided are how this website sustains itself and it also allows us to continue doing research on dog toys. In addition, a portion of the fees are donated to the dog rescue group (a 501c3) that we volunteer for in the Bay area. Without donations, this group would not be able to sustain itself.