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The Best Toys For Your Dogs

Dogs is a major status symbol in American pet-keeping. Every year, over 12 billion dollars have been spent on dog food and veterinary care alone. According to the American Pet Products Manufacturers Association’s 2003-2004 Pet Owners’ Survey, more than half of dog owners purchase toys for their dogs. Playing with toys is not the monopoly of little kids but also pets of different kind. Dogs have their own sets of toys to enjoy during their playing time. Dogs benefit from these toys, healt........ Read More

Toy Dogs

No, you don’t wind them up and they don’t take batteries “Toy” dogs are becoming more popular all the time. These little dogs, the result of generations of selective breeding, are generally bred as companion animals and people just seem to love them. Their miniature size and playful nature (most toy breeds are good natured dogs with a few exceptions) make them wonderful companions and for several years they have been chic among well to do people. Most of the toy dog breeds hail origi........ Read More

“dog Toys For The Brain, Teeth And Feet”

Thinking of the best toys that suit your dog? Browse through the dog toys below and see what fits your pet and your budget. For dogs who love to chew: 1. Kong Jump’n Jack Prices: $5.60 (small) $7.50 (medium) $8.80 (large) Kong Jump’n Jack is a dog toy and a teeth cleaner and gum exerciser at the same time. It has a very unpredictable bounce that makes it a lot more fun for the dog to play with. It has a lot more surfaces that clean dog’s teeth. Kong Jump’n Jack also has slits that ar........ Read More

Choose Safe Dog Toys For Your Small Dog

Choosing the appropriate toys will make your small dog's play time richer, while lessening his chance of accidental injury. Safe toys for your small dog can be purchased from pet supply stores or even made from household items, but it's good to keep these few main safety concerns in mind. Size Matters With Small Dog Toys In general, small dog toys should never be small enough to fit entirely in your dog's mouth, or be capable of being broken into smaller pieces that can stick in his throat. A ........ Read More

Choosing The Right Signature Toys For Your Dog

When choosing the right signature toy for your precious dog, you should consider several factors. Even when selecting dog toys that are made by signature and high-end labels, you should weigh in several things aside from price and manufacturers. Here are some tips on choosing the right toys for your dog. On choosing the perfect toys for your dog Toys for the dogs should be enjoyable and fun. But, at the same time, you should check whether the toys are durable and safe. What if your dog accid........ Read More

Toy Dog Breeds

Toy dog breeds include greyhounds, terriers, pinschers, pugs, chihuahuas, pekingese, spaniels--the official list of the AKC is quite extensive. Regardless of breed, toy dogs are desired for their cuteness and cuddle-ability. Many retain the characteristics of a puppy for their entire lives. This may be one of the big attractions that toy dog breeds hold over larger breed dogs. Diminutive size, however, does not mean that toy dog breeds are less hardy. Once safely past puppyhood, their energy lev........ Read More

Safe Dog Toys

Dog owners love to think of their dogs as children. “That’s my baby,” they’ll say when referring to their dogs. They’ll refer to themselves as “Mommy” or “Daddy” when talking to their dogs as well. And, of course, they buy their dogs toys to play with. Choosing the right dog toys can be tricky. People like to get cute, squeaky toys for their dogs or give them stuffed animals to chew on and carry around (the stuffed toy becomes the dog’s “baby” quite often – “Get your ........ Read More

Toys Are Good For Your Dog

Did you know that dog toys are actually good for your dog, and not just an indulgence on the part of the owner? There are all kinds of uses for different types of toys. First, starting as puppies, toys give your dog a distraction from other would-be toys like your couch or your favorite pair of shoes. My dogs all love ropes. Every single one of them that has ever had one played with them until they were tiny pieces of thread. Ropes serve a couple of great purposes, in addition to keeping your d........ Read More

Toys For Your Dog - Could Some Toys Be Potentially Deadly?

Until he has been weaned, a puppy plays with his littermates and playthings aren't necessary. They are even uninteresting and possibly dangerous. From the age of 6 to 8 weeks, he starts to take an interest in toys. Almost anything will do, as long as it cannot be swallowed, or cause injury. Puppies enjoy pulling things, shaking things, carrying things around in their mouths, and as soon as they are able to run without tripping, they enjoy chasing things. This is the moment to buy you pet a rubbe........ Read More

Tips For Dog Toys

Toys are fun both for our dogs and us. Lucky for us there are endless choices. But did you know how important toys are for your dogs - puppies especially. Toys play a great role in the emotional and mental development of puppies. They also act as solutions for inappropriate chewing, boredom, and separation anxiety. In fact most dog trainers recommend that new puppy owners buy lots of toys for the newest member of the family. Variety is the spice of life. Most experts recommend buying different ........ Read More


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