Chew toys need to be made for a good gnaw. A proper chew toy shouldn’t have any dangly bits that your chomper could accidentally swallow—beware buttons and strings. Check out our recommendations here. Fabric shouldn’t easily tear, and rubbery toys shouldn’t crumble apart with the first bite.
No Nasty Toxins
Those three-pack tennis balls in a can may seem like a good idea, but they aren’t made with dogs’ mouths in mind. In truth, your dog shouldn’t have a toy that isn’t safe enough for your own mouth. Discount dog toys don’t make the grade.
Many of our chew toys are made with natural materials, like rubber, rice fibers and wool. All of our toys are designed for dogs and safe for slobbering. Your teething buddy can suck on our toys and you won’t have to worry about him sucking up toxins.
It’s obvious that you love your fur baby. You’re here and learning more about the best toy for your buddy. There are a few more things to keep in mind with chew toys.
Chew toys need to be cleaned regularly. If the chew toy is your dog’s mouth’s best friend, wash it every other day. Toys in rotation should be washed once a week during their week of play. We have tips for cleaning.
Monitor your pet while the chew toy is in use. No toy is indestructible. Once the toy has met its match, it’s time to replace with a new toy.
If you have any questions about any of our chew toys, reach out to us and we’re happy to help!
Until next time--