Dog toys come in several shapes and sizes. Rubber animals that talk, honk, quack or sing adorn the shelves of pet stores. Balls of every size, shape and material glint in several pretty colours, to lure the excited owner and retrieving dog, sit in baskets around the shops. Tennis balls can squeak if you so want.
Teddy bears and plush animals wear instructions of “press here” on their chests. Multi coloured rainbow type rope toys scream to be pulled on and chewed. Hard plastic bones that taste of chicken or chocolate profess to resist even the strongest of jaws. Some of the more expensive toys are actually sold with a life-time guarantee.
Interactive toys are a relatively modern invention. Ingenious dome, sphere and ball shaped toys that hide treats. These toys encourage the concentration needed to release a tasty morsel.
Toys that look like children’s games and encourage a cognitive thought process from even the most clever of dogs can be simply obtained. Bashing with an impassioned paw isn't really enough to provide the littlest treat from this type of game. They are going to make your dog think.
With such a wide selection it is easy to find a toy to suit. Whether you need to keep him solely occupied, play with your dog or encourage multiple dogs to play together. There'll be an acceptable toy for your and his requirements. The options are unlimited and to a dog advocate the shelving of a well-stocked pet store provide endless and often costly opportunity. Whenever you play with your dog, take a moment and analyze your dog’s behavior and see if he is enjoying himself. If he isn’t, you may want to get a better and more enticing toy to play with your dog. There are lots of available options available at any pet store.
Toys can play an important part in positive dog training. This article is written to help play with your dog, educate him with reward and enjoy all of the options available to a dog keeper when providing treatment for his dog. For more handy information come visit The Dog Trick Academy.