Dog Toys

Toys are Paired Best with a Specific Activity

The tennis ball can reign supreme; however, there is a diversity of toys intended to fascinate your adored canine. Numerous toys are paired best with a specific activity, while it is a plushie for snuggling, a rope for tugging, or a ball for fetch. Thus, to decide the toys, Collar and Leash Palisades divides toys based on five canines: destroyers, fetchers, thinkers, tuggers, and snugglers.

Numerous dogs are the multifaceted creatures that can like to play fetch every day but live for a time with their beloved puzzle gaming. Suppose the dog is a Renaissance canine. It is easy to make the toy choice based on a particular activity you want to inspire. Contrarywise, if the dog does not love to play, you may need to find out their breed for clues about toys selections. Retriever mixes and retrievers like to play fetch, while terrier mixes and terriers usually like tugger toys—besides, some dogs like toys that they can carry during the daily activities.

Consider the Toy’s Size

After knowing what kind of toys your dog loves, think about the size. A toy of the right size for a St. Bernard may not fit the needs of a Yorkie. The large toys are built for strong jaws, but they are quite heavy for small dogs. The right size helps to make sure that the dog would not swallow a little toy accidentally.

Although you may want a toy to help enjoy the dog, an essential aspect of playtime is supervision. Until you are sure that your dog would not swallow a toy they have chewed apart, someone must make sure that alluring squeaker does not end up in the stomach of your dog. Preferably hard toys are highly durable; however, the dog can chip a tooth if they are permitted to chew on them.

Snuggler: They rarely dismantle toys as they have gentle mouths. Usually, they love plush  toys that last months under gentle care.

Tugger: Your dog may like tugger toys if tug-of-war is their favorite activity. The dogs who love these toys can shake them side to side while playing alone.

Thinker: These dogs surprise you with their capacity to reason and handle obstacles. The focused dogs who can be easily trained can like the puzzle toys present in this group.

Fetcher: These dogs like to retrieve anything you agree to throw as many times as you are throwing it. Look for a toy that is of the right size and feel good in the mouth and they can play fetch all day.

Destroyer: The amusement does not stop for these dogs unless the new toy is placed in pieces on the floor. Your dog is a destroyer if you measure the toy’s durability in hours.

How We Pick Different Toys?

Durability and safety are at the front of our minds every time Collar, and Leash Palisades chooses dog toys. It means the toys are well-made and non-toxic, and they pass rigid testing of different canines. While we are not sure that your dog would not swallow part of the toy if they chew it, we try to ensure that every piece is inflexibly attached.

Our concerns include passing durability and safety benchmarks; the dog toys can appeal to your dog and you. Collar and Leash Palisades wants a choice of toys, including fun shapes, materials, and textures, and we love to find toys new to you both.
We offer a diversity of toys to delight different kinds of dogs. At Collar and Leash Palisades, our team efforts to stock discs, balls, plushies, tugs, ropes, and several other toys with a minimum of one option suitably sized for every dog breed. And Collar and Leash Palisades also efforts to satisfy every individual with toys at different price-points; thus, you can find a durable and safe toy according to your budget.