Dog Toys. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 15:36:19 PM
Balls I have yet to see a dog who does not love their ball and it is a great way for you to interact and play with your dog as well. Make sure you have separate inside and outside balls so that they do not drag a dirty ball into the house. Chew Toy Dogs need to chew instinctively so make sure you provide them with good quality chew toys that do not have small parts that could come off or toys that are full of stuffing and noisemakers. The new stuffing free toys are an excellent choice for chewing and having a game of tugowar.
The problem actually lays with us humans. Initially dogs were born and survived in the wild where they were naturally active and kept busy hunting for food and protecting themselves. Unfortunately, when we domesticated them, their lifestyles gradually became sedentary as they were brought into our homes and fed out of bowls instead of hunting for their food. To compensate for their lack of natural activities, it is necessary to provide plenty of dog toys and chew toys to keep them entertained and properly stimulated.
Dont forget to choose some outdoor toys too. I make the distinction of outdoor and indoor toys at my house because we live on a farm/ranch and the dogs like to play with tennis balls, golf balls and other flying projectiles that I dont necessarily allow in the house. LOL. I do allow tennis balls in but only clean ones. Truthfully, its not necessarily the dogs that I worry about breaking stuff as it is as much their dad. As I said, the golf balls stay outside...
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