Dog Toys. Monday , February 26th , 2018 - 15:19:53 PM
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.
Always make sure that you buy bigger toys rather than smaller ones. Toys will last longer if your dog cant get the entire toy in his mouth. Just because your dog destroys stuffies and toys with squeakers doesnt mean he doesnt like them. On the contrary. He probably really loves them a lot. Unfortunately, you probably dont enjoy buying them so your dog can rip them apart in a few seconds. Do consider sewing them back up for your dog. He wont mind. You can also buy second hand stuffed animals at your local Goodwill for less than a dollar.
A bored dog is very dangerous as they will often find something else to chew, which usually means your furniture. If you can try to encourage your dog to play with their toys then they will not notice that you are away from the house. There are several different styles of dog toys and which ones you choose for your dog will depend on your taste and budget. There are several motivational toys available and some that you can fill with treats and your dog has to try to empty the toy to retrieve them; these are good for dogs that bore easily.
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