Written By: Sweety
Consider their personality. Engage their instincts—fetchers love balls, chewers need durable options, and puzzle lovers enjoy mental challenges.
Prioritize safety. Choose toys without choking hazards, toxic materials, or sharp edges. Ensure proper sizing for their breed and strength.
Offer diverse options. Provide toys for different activities—fetch, chewing, cuddling, interactive play, and mental stimulation—to prevent boredom.
Invest in quality. Choose well-made, durable toys that can withstand their energy and play style. Avoid toys that easily break or shred.
Challenge their minds. Puzzle toys, treat dispensers, and interactive games stimulate mental activity, prevent boredom, and strengthen the bond between you.
Keep it fresh. Rotate toys regularly to maintain novelty and prevent boredom. Introduce new toys gradually to avoid overwhelming them.
Consider age and needs. Puppies need soft toys for teething, while older dogs may prefer gentler options. Adapt choices as they mature.