Dog Toys. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 15:39:19 PM
Start by using your dogs size to determine your dogs toy choice selection. The dog toy must be designed for your dogs size needs. Choosing a dog toy that is designed for a German Shepherd for your small Poodle or viceversa is not a viable option. The small dog would not be able to handle the larger toy and the larger dog could potentially choke on the smaller toy. Next, take into account what materials the dog toy is constructed out of. This directly impacts the quality of the toy. Choosing a cheap dog toy is never a good idea.
Stuffed toys are soft and comfortable for your best friend to play and sleep. It is warm and allows them to keep its body temperature on cold seasons. Stuffing free dog toys are also good for playful dogs who love to bite. These toys are durable that it takes longer for a dog to shred it into pieces. However, Kong toys are best fitted for a dog with the habit to play and a hyper active attitude to understand how to reach treats contained inside its toy. This keeps the dogs attention on the toy instead of chewing anything around him.
In addition, I recommend a toy that mentally challenges your dog. There are tons of new dog toy puzzles available where your dog gets one toy that is full of smaller toys and has to figure out how to get them out. Another favorite are the rubber toys that hold either food or treats inside and your dog has to work to get the food out. All of these offer excellent stimulation and a break for you. Chew Bones Offer both an activity and a way for you and your dog to unwind. With multiple variations of pressed bones, rawhide bones, rubber bones, dental bones and many others, you are sure to find one that is your dogs favorite.
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