Dogs love toys- they like to ramble with them. Whether it is a puppy or an adult dog, choosing the right toy for your dog is a strenuous task. First of all, select a toy that matches your dog’s personality and chewing habits. It might take some time to find the perfect one for your dog, but at the end of the day, you can see your best friend being all merry. Here are a few tips to choose the right toys for your dog
Whether it is a new puppy or a dog which has been a part of your family for a long time, it is mandatory to understand the character of your dog before buying a toy.
Since we can’t just go and ask our dogs what they want, you have to make some accurate observation of your tyke’s nature before gifting a toy. Some dogs are interactive, and hence they need interactive toys. But some dogs are destructive and accordingly while playing they consider it as prey. They catch and destroy them. If your dog likes to run and snatch, then a flying disk would be appropriate for them.
Is your dog an aggressive chewer or gentle chewer? If he is a gentle chewer, almost all toys are perfect for him.
Hard rubber dog toys are an excellent choice for vigorous chewers. The toys are made of everything from heavy-duty rubber tires to super-durable fire hose material to give long-lasting options for even the most aggressive chewers. Read the product specification carefully before buying.
If the pet can’t be monitored all the time while playing with a toy, it is better to avoid toys with small detachable components such as eyes, button, etc. The minor elements can act as a choking hazard and kill the pet.
Are your puppies considering your home furniture as toys? Then its high time to purchase chewy toys to make them realize that your furnitures are not toys. These puppies need chewy toys to help with teething. At the same time, older ones are sensitive and require softer toys. Make sure you read the product label and description carefully before buying.
It does matter! Larger dogs can access big toys as there’s no risk of them getting caught in your dog’s throat. But have an eye on the dogs (of all sizes and ages) while playing with toys, as swallowing a toy is a life-threatening factor.
Dogs easily get bored of playing with one toy for a long time. You can either put rewards in the toy (only by chewing softly, your dog can access the treats) or let your dog play with the particular toy for a limited time.
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