Your four-legged Hypepet can get himself into plenty of trouble. Mine sure loves to bite the laces on my Js. And ever since he was a pup, I’ve tried to give him the right chew toy to avoid him from eating my kicks. Now, if you didn’t know the importance of choosing the right dog toy, fear not, fam, we got you.
The Comfort Toy for Age and Sleep
Best for Puppies and Small Dogs
A new pup wants to explore the world, and comfort toys can help him discover his strength, understand the dos-and-don’ts of the house, and more importantly train his growing jaw muscles. Meanwhile, comfort toys, such as plushies, are great for smaller dogs who don’t have much power in their jaws.
Training Toys For Teething
Best for teething and dogs with strong jaw muscles.
As your dog ages, teething will cause some major havoc in the home. Training toys, like rope and bones, go a long way to ensure your dog chews up the toy and not ya sneakers.
Best for mental stimulation and to fight off boredom
If your dog spends a few hours alone at home, you might come home to find some destruction left once you’re away. Treat toys help fight boredom, and more importantly, force your dog to stimulate the mind to earn a treat.
Amusement Toys – For Self-Entertainment
Best for all dogs
Amusement toys are great for dogs who like noise or who need some entertainment while alone. These are toys that create noise or light up to provides some added value.
Interactive Toys – Let’s Bond
Best for dogs who need extra attention
Interactive toys are great for you and your dog to bond. These are two-way rope and pull toys or fetch toys that allow both you and your dog some time to enjoy one another.