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While We Did Give You Some Suggestion On Finding Toys For Your Dog's Here Are A Few More For You To Add To The List


Rope Toys

Rope toys are made of braided rope and sometimes have rubber or plastic parts. They can be used for fetch, tug-of-war, or simply chewing. Many dogs love rope toys, while others have no interest.


Be aware that many dogs can easily shred rope toys and may ingest pieces. This can lead to serious gastrointestinal obstruction. Never let your dog play with rope toys unsupervised. Please Remeber When your rope toy begins to unravel, it's time to throw it away.


Always Bear In Mind : - Let your dog chew on a rope toy once a day while supervised to help keep the teeth clean. The action of chewing on a rope toy creates a brushing-like action that can slow down tartar build-up.


Tug Toys

Many dogs enjoy playing tug-of-war. It's a healthy display of a dog's predatory nature, plus it's great mental and physical exercise. There are many types of tug toys on the market in various shape, sizes, and materials. Often seen are tug toys made of rope /or rubber. Choose a tug toy that is comfortable for you to hold in your hand and pull on, as well as easy for your dog to bite and pull on. In addition, tug toys should be durable enough to hold up to the strength of your dog's pulling. Replace worn or fraying tug toys so they do not break in the middle of a game of tug-of-war and hurt someone.


Don't forget :- Keep your dog's tug toys out of reach until you are ready to play. It will feel like a newer toy and remind your dog that it's time to play a bonding game of tug-of-war.

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