All dogs need time to play, so why not provide a dog toy that offers various opportunities.
By Laura Pakis, Certified Professional Dog Trainer, and Cynologist
Choosing a toy for your dog might seem like a simple thing, but there are a lot of factors to weigh in. Remember that a toy should serve as entertainment and stimulate your dog’s learning abilities. You can opt for toys that the dog will use independently or choose interactive ones, as these allow you to play together and form an unbreakable bond.
The shape of the Kong causes it to bounce erratically. This not only stimulates a dog’s chase drive but also encourages play and retrieval. The unpredictable bounce dogs like to chase makes each game you play with the new.
This durable rubber toy is excellent for any chewer. It comes in three sizes for any dog to find comfortable to hold in its mouth. Besides, it comes in various hardness, so even the most powerful chewer will enjoy this toy.
Puppies need to establish healthy chewing habits. Chewing on a soft puppy
Chewing also keeps jaws strong and teeth clean.
It is important to have various toys for your dog, but only offer your dog 1 or 2 of those toys and rotate them when your dog tires of them. And be sure to include a
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