The Right Dog Toy For Your Pets

The Purposes Of Getting A Dog Toy

By Stephen Mike -
Every dog owner wants to watch their animal having fun and with a few Dog Toys you can do just that.

When you decide it’s time to buy a few items for the Dog Toy chest visit your local pet store or online. There you will find literally dozens of things that dogs can use to play with. Some are specifically designed to help strengthen the dogs jaw and teeth. Things like ropes with a knot in it allow you to hold one end firmly while the dog pulls on it. Dogs love this type of resistance play.

You've bought a new puppy home with the intention of being the best dog owner you can possibly be. You wave goodbye to your puppy the next day for works and return home to find that the "Newest member" of your family has decided that your slipper makes a great chew Dog Toy.

Dogs are not discriminating when it comes to having fun. They love biting and playing and if you aren't offering something for that purpose, they'll go out and hunt something down on their own.

If you train your puppy early with the idea that only certain things are his or her toys, that idea will stick. You won’t have to worry about leaving anything lying around, because as your puppy grows, it will understand that not everything is its toy.

Dogs love playing with toys. If they don’t have their own Dog Toys, they'll find something of yours to use. This can be anything from the aforementioned slipper, to a sock, to a lovely wooden sculpture you paid a small fortune for.

The size of your dog will help determine which toys are most suitable. You wouldn't want to give a large bone to a Dachshund, nor would giving a small ball to a Saint Bernard be the best idea; he might swallow it in one gulp.

Many people buy their dog a stuffed animal. These have several purposes. One is that the dog can chew on it, or push it around. Another reason some pet owners invest in this type of item is that it gives the dog comfort while they sleep. It becomes a very familiar part of their environment and you might even catch the dog falling asleep with its head resting against the soft toy.

Another fun item for dogs is squeeze toys. These are similar to the type of toy you’d purchase for an infant. When the dog bites down on it, it will make a noise. They enjoy this and you'll find them wanting to play with it over and over again.

Dogs never get tired of chasing things and for that purpose nothing beats a ball. It’s very important to buy one that is suitable in size for your dog. This is also a great way to introduce the idea of fetching to your dog.

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