Dog Toys. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 14:58:21 PM
If you have a pooch who refuses to chew on any type of hard or medium type of dog toy, you are not alone. Theres a ton of finicky dogs out there who just dont find any sort of chewing satisfaction in chewing on hard chew toys they just dont like the way these type of toys feel on their teeth and gums. But, whats the alternative besides those cheapo, ripemapartinasecond stuffed animals?
Choosing a toy that will suit your dog can sometimes be decided on their breed and size, buying a huge ball for a very small dog will be pointless. You should also only ever give your dog proper dog toys as these are safe for animals. Dog toys will not splinter and they are non toxic, if you think that any element of your new toy is unsafe then cut off string or tags to ensure your dog is safe. You and your dog will benefit from you purchasing dog toys; it will mean that you get up and active while playing with your dog.
However, some toys do claim to be indestructible. Thats a matter of opinion. The venerable Kong toys, which come in lots of different sizes and styles, are virtually indestructible, but even these hard rubber toys can be beaten by some dogs. If you give a small Kong to a large dog with strong jaws who is intent on chewing it to pieces, the Kong can, in fact, be torn. It may take a long time, but it can happen. However, your dog will probably more than get your moneys worth out of the toy. If you buy a large, appropriatelysized Kong for a large dog then your dog will probably not be able to destroy it.
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