We, the pet parents, know that raising a dog is almost like parenting a baby. One of the common things are toys. Dogs (just like toddlers) love to play, but there is more to toys than just fun. Toys and games have a real impact on mental stimulation. Toys also prevent boredom, keeps our pet busy and curious, while encouraging their natural instincts. If your dog suffers from separation anxiety, barking and “destroying” the house when you leave him alone, it’s another reason to give him a toy.
Dog toys are divided by material, size and usage: In general there are plush toys, ropes and rubber. Toys available for tiny, small, medium and large dogs. Usage as dental toys, outdoor and water, interactive toys.
Dog toys are divided by material, size and usage: In general there are plush toys, ropes and rubbers. Toys available for tiny, small, medium and large dogs. Usage as dental toys, outdoor and water, and interactive toys.
Tip – when choosing a toy, pay attention to its size. Today there are versions of the same toy for every dog size. For puppies and small pet choose the tiny to small size and so on.
Interactive toys come in many shapes. One option are the dispensable toys.
They available in different sizes, colors, and shapes. Fill it with
treats or dry kibbles and let Fido play with his paws and nose, and find the way to get those irresistible treats.
The interactive dog puzzles collection available for beginners and
advanced dogs. There is always food involved, but the tasks and challenges change. The dog must use paws and nose to move the parts and slide them in order to uncover the hidden treats.
The interactive toys provide mental stimulation and physical challenge.
They keep dogs busy for longer time and they deepen the bond between the pet and parent.
Tip – if your pup eats as if it was his first dinner that ever got into his mouth, you can fill the dispenser with his food and it will dramatically slow his eating.
By 4-Legged pet boutique.
For interactive toys
For puppy toys