With so many dog toys for pet parents to choose from today, it’s important for pet parents to consider certain factors when buying a dog toy. This includes the age of your dog, size of the dog, whether you’re using the toy for outdoor or indoor play, and play style.
It’s with this in mind that we here at Chopper & Otis have reviewed the top 50 best eco-friendly toys ever made. This means that all our products are 100% non-toxic and recyclable! Have fun!
Bored at home? Want to work a bit, and get rewarded with some paw smacking treats? How about play hunting while you’re safe at home? Are you a chewer? No problem! Chopper & Otis to the rescue! Nothing nicer than interactive dog toys if you want to drool, slobber and play! Working hard for those tasty treats always feels good!
Summertime and the living is easy, especially when you have a parent who loves spoiling you. Chopper and I spend lots of time outdoors every day, taking air conditioned breaks every now and then. Of course, the heat of summer means finding ways to cool down.
Otis here. I want to shed light on a very important topic—picky eaters. My brother is very picky (and has a sensitive tummy). Our pet parents have worked out ways to keep him nourished despite his own best efforts to slim down to his puppy weight.
There are a few ways to get your picky pup interested in eating. In fact, some of these methods mirror what you’d do to feed a picky human-pup.
Toy talk time! Some dogs are built for snoozing, while others demand activity. Different personalities have different needs. The smarty pants pup loves to problem solve, and sometimes gets into trouble with his cleverness. (Maybe your dog has planned a crate prison break or figured out how to hop on the counter to steal food.)
The smarty pants dog craves stimulation. Puzzle treat toys can fill that need.