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 on: May 01, 2015, 10:05:57 PM 
Started by Amtadoikt - Last post by Amtadoikt
D'ohhh solid glass toys are unbelievably durable provided they aren't dropped, but there's no way around the potential of a chip or nick to cause injuries. Your concern is both understandable and appreciated.

 on: May 01, 2015, 09:38:01 PM 
Started by Amtadoikt - Last post by Amtadoikt
Well hi there  Wink

If you consider a scientist to be a cluster of atoms studying themselves, then I am a conscious manifestation of the universe who is ultimately just as much a part of everything as anything else: I am omnipresent, I am infinite, I am ageless; I have gained the ability to see through walls O.o Ö

Not really Cheesy Letís tone down the depth, shall we?

Iím a male from the States who has ridden our beautiful little hunk of rock and metal around the sun 22 wonderful times, and Iíve gotten the chance to do a lot of really cool stuff thanks to the way my mind unravels itself every time I let it idle Smiley So instead of turning to meds, I rock climb, weight lift, swim, and run regularly to keep a spring in my step. I pride myself on my dog handling and am involved in multiple rescue agencies, canine sports, and have gained proficiency in handling a variety of working dogs; from those who run sleds to those who track down missing persons. Iíve made dogs my life <3. When I was little, I used to pray for gods to turn me into a dog as I slept because I thought it would make more sense  Grin. As it is, Iím stuck trying to give great lives to all those who have been making my life so good. Bright eyes and bushy tails abound! Thank you Zetapaws, for all the cool stuff you guys do  Cool

 on: May 01, 2015, 08:22:05 PM 
Started by Brownbear - Last post by Brownbear
The only order for today is a large order going to Germany.

More tomorrow


 on: May 01, 2015, 08:19:35 PM 
Started by Amtadoikt - Last post by Brownbear
Ive thought about glass models, but id have to say no right now, as it requires alot of special equipment and there is a chance of someone getting hurt useing them.

I place customer safety above all else

 on: May 01, 2015, 02:28:27 AM 
Started by Amtadoikt - Last post by Amtadoikt
I was going to suggest animal-themed penetrables, but now see that its already in the works. We believe in you, Zetapaws!

Bad Dragon (dragon muzzles) and Fetish Zone (canine "Fox Job" muzzles) are currently producing muzzle penetrables, which would also be great additions to the lineup and may also garner higher sales since the visual appeal reaches a much wider audience than vulvas might and the integrity of the silicone itself isn't compromised by mimicking the extreme contours of some animal anatomies (ie: BD's issue with their Hazel model tearing along the abrupt creases in the corners of 'Y' shapes of canine vulvas).

But you want to know what no competitor has offered yet? Glass toys. I currently own a Jada Glass plug and an Icicles No. 46, and I ABSOLUTELY love them because they: are smooth, will last a lifetime, are tasteful and artistic, are body-safe, and will not break down no matter what kind of lube you like to use on them or what kind of cleaning agent you like to use once the fun is over. I could definitely see glass canine-themed dildos being a possibility since they're small enough to make and their proportions would allow the glass to keep strength. I'm more of a dog lover, but I'm sure there are other exotic cocks one could blow with glass Wink. Who knows? Maybe equines could be in the realm of possibilities one day, if only a willing glassblower could be tracked down and added to the team. Glass can't quite flop like silicone can, but it can resist heat, sunlight, cold, weather, erosion, bacteria, etc. sooo much better, so storage or the lack thereof would never even be an issue. I wanted to pitch this idea to Zetapaws first because the attention Bear gave to designing the canine line is unparalleled elsewhere. Imagine it: one-of-a-kind glass-blown toys hitting the market; I bet products like that could support a whole 'nother business!

 on: April 30, 2015, 09:20:47 PM 
Started by Brownbear - Last post by Brownbear
Orders for 4-30-15:


More tomorrow.


 on: April 29, 2015, 06:58:07 PM 
Started by Saint Bunny - Last post by jsealing
Glad to here you like your toy; don't worry, it took me a little while to take the knot as well. You will enjoy it when you're finally "knotted." Wink Cheesy Smiley

 on: April 28, 2015, 09:56:34 PM 
Started by Saint Bunny - Last post by Saint Bunny
So like, it arrived on Thursday last week. It took 8 days to clear Customs, but it made it and I have been happily making use of it since. Smiley

It turns out that the knot is a little too big for me at the moment, so I am having to practice and work on it a little bit at a time, and I probably would have been wise to start off with something a bit smaller.

But, I am quite enjoying it nonetheless, and you can safely consider me a satisfied customer.  Grin

 on: April 28, 2015, 07:42:49 PM 
Started by Brownbear - Last post by Brownbear
Orders for 4-28-15:


More Thursday.


 on: April 22, 2015, 04:18:54 PM 
Started by Allglad - Last post by jsealing
hi I am & have been zoo since I first saw animal beauty in early hands on around 2000.

I am look'n to get first toy's & tie'n with a hottie(s).

Hello there and welcome to Zeta Pawz and the forums. Nice little island paradise to be in. Wink Cheesy

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