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How to choose toys for dogs (Part.2)

Author:PDA Team 2014-03-04
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How to choose toys for dogs (Part.1)

3. Floating Toys

When playing in the water with your dogs, floating toys wont' sink due to water absorption, making it easy for dogs to find/play with them and is definitely a favorite for dogs. This type of toys usually don't have much flexibility, so avoid pulling it with your dog, which may cause the toy to lose it's buoyancy.



Floating toys wont' sink due to water absorption, making it easy for dogs to find/play with them and is definitely a favorite for dogs.

Floating toys usually don't have much flexibility, so avoid pulling it with your dog, which may cause the toy to lose it's buoyancy.



4. Rope Toys

These toys are a dog's best pulling partner and can withstand a great degree of force. The rope part provides teeth cleaning while it satisfies the biting desires of dogs.


Every toy has their own way of playing and dog personalities and age most suitable for them. Harder toys are less suitable for teething dogs and older dogs as they may harm the teeth or the gums. And for dogs that have pica disorder, be careful not to give them easily ingested bite-sized toys.

Aside from educational toys, it is advised that all other toys are to only be played with under your supervision or with you. This can help to avoid unnecessary dangers but at the same time satisfy your dog's playing needs and even further enhance the relationship between you and your dog!