Tools for Grooming Pet Dogs

Dog Toys

Food- dispensing toys

What could be better than toys that are not only enjoyable, but tasty as well? Under this category of toys, perhaps the most popular example is Kong’s.

Tug toys

All dogs love to play tug-of-war games. However, you should be careful about playing this kind of game with your dog.

There should be rules and limits to playing tug with them, or else this could lead to some dogs becoming too aggressive. When tug games are done right, they can be a lot of fun for both man and dog.

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Fetch toys

With wonderful fetch toys like balls and Frisbees, you do not need to let your dog chase an ordinary stick. Keep in mind that such toys should be made of soft plastic to avoid dental damage caused by hard plastic. Dogs also love to fetch tennis balls, but be sure they are meant for dogs and not for the tennis sport, which can actually scrape your dog’s teeth enamel.

Chew Toys

These toys are great for making your dogs busy, especially when they are alone. It is best, though, to still keep an eye on them even when you are occupied with other chores. This is to make sure that your pet does not eat or swallow big pieces. As a rule, it is important to avoid giving indigestible chew toys. Besides, very hard chew toys can damage their teeth. Find out if a chew toy is too hard by trying to hit it on your knee. When it causes pain, then, it is way too hard to chew.

Provide Your Dog with the Comforts of Home

Just like your home, which is warm, cozy and comfortable, your dog would like to live in the same environment with all the things he loves and needs within reach.

Author: isca