Why Choose Warm Buddies
All Warm Buddy inner packs are 100% natural, hypo-allergenic and unscented. Warm Buddy warm up plush animals do NOT contain flax seeds or wheat commonly seen in similar products on the market today, which are ineffective and unsafe. All of our animals have undergone extensive testing with no adverse reactions or reports of any problems to date. The outer animal cover of all Warm Buddies can be hand or machine washed. This helps keep your Warm Buddy clean and germ free. This is another example of the high quality craftsmanship that goes into creating every Warm Buddy and what sets us apart from all other warm-up plush animals on the market today.
Warm Buddy and PTPA (Parent Tested Parent Approved)
Warm Buddy warm-up plush animals were awarded the influential PTPA (Parent Tested Parent Approved) Media Inc. Seal of Approval for excellence in parenting products. Products that win this prestigious Seal of Approval are judged by savvy parents and children’s product experts based on value, functionality, quality and appeal of the product.
Community Outreach and Donations
We are very proud of the work we do to support local and international charities. We work closely with the Fairmont Canine Ambassador Program, Canuck Place, BC Children’s Hospital, and LA Children’s Hospital.
Fairmont Hotels hire trained Guide Dogs who retire or prove too social for a career as a guide dog. Visitors can pet the dogs at lobby or take them out for walks.
Canuck Place is BC’s pediatric palliative care provider for children with life-threatening illnesses and the families who support them. Their team of physicians, nurses, counsellors, therapists, staff, and volunteers provide medical respite care, pain and symptom management, art, music, and recreation therapy, end-of-life care, grief, loss, and bereavement counselling. Warm Buddy Labradors are given to all the patients for comfort and warmth.
We work with philanthropist Jamie Lee Curtis through her My Hand In Yours LLC that donates 100% of proceeds towards LA Children’s Hospital.