You can teach an old toy new tricks! (August 10, 2007)
Otis and Claude announces a redesigned version of their Jed™ toy. This anxiously anticipated reinvention keeps the rounded bottom with the swooping top handle of the original toy but has been enhanced with the company’s legendary treat center.

Recycled scrap looks anything but scrappy! (July 27, 2007)
Otis and Claude now announces its new earth-friendly line of toys. The new Barkin Black color is a reuse of Stylastomer ™, the company’s unique buoyant non-toxic material.

Top dogs move over, there's a new name in town (March 11, 2005)
After delivering innovative design-driven pet products to the specialty market for over five years, Otis and Claude now announces a growth strategy that includes pursuing broader sales channels in the US and abroad.

Now the humans have gone to the dogs (August 15, 2004)
After making stylishly hip products for dogs for nearly five years, Otis and Claude now announces a line of fashionable gifts for humans.

Retro canvas tug toys add new flair to any dog's playtime (July 9, 2004)
Otis and Claude, once again, delivers on its mission to make better dog products by introducing Dixie & Spike — the grooviest duo since Captain and Tennille.

Whimsical new dog toy makes Fido twist and shout (June 16, 2003)
Otis and Claude unveils Jed, the ball with a modern twist. The first of three new products being introduced, this new ball reflects the company's continued commitment to creating contemporary products that look fabulous without compromising on function.

Fashionable new dog bowl lets Rover dine in style (January 28, 2003)
Otis and Claude expands its canine collection by adding the new Lucy dog bowl to its already successful Bettie dog toy product line. This latest addition is in keeping with the company's focus of developing design-driven products for discriminating dogs and their humans.

Inventive new dog toy satisfies dog owners' desire for functional, stylish products (June 28, 2000)
San Francisco entrepreneur Diana Flynn set out with a disarmingly simple goal: To make a better dog toy. She decided to develop a toy for her Chocolate Lab, Dylan, that was striking in its design yet functional enough for an energetic dog. With the help of an industrial designer and Dylan as chief product tester, Flynn developed the Bettie, a colorful rubber toy that's designed to be fun for a dog and fun for a human.