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Which dog toys do I need?
For each unique and fun loving pet pooch out there, there are just as many dog toys to keep them busy.
But despite what you might think not all dog toys are the same.
Different toys can actively benefit your pet in different ways. With this in mind we have lined up some of the great examples of dog toy available and how they can individually benefit your dog.
The most obvious reason for providing your pet with exciting dog toys is to keep boredom at bay. By catering to your dog’s natural curiosity and bags of energy with such toys as the Company of Animals Fantasy Flyer, you can ensure that they stay happy and active.
Speaking of active. Regular exercise is an essential part of your dog’s routine. But instead of making you sweat, items like the Air Kong Fetch Stick allow your dog to really get their heart pumping, without making you run the equivalent of a mini-marathon.
Even simpler toys such as the Kong Dental, provide your pet with great benefits. As well as providing a great way to play fetch, this toy also uses its patented grooves to clean their teeth and condition gums. It can even be used with dog toothpaste to fight against bad breath.
There are even dog toys that are tailor made to dogs of a certain age. The Kong Senior is made from a softer rubber to protect your pet’s teeth and gums, while the Kong Puppy Teething Stick can help your pet’s teething problems without sacrificing your furniture.
Posted by Sam Bainbridge
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