How to Choose the Right Toys for Your Dog

Dogs are playful creatures and by giving your dog’s toys to play with and also by participating in the game helps keep them emotionally healthy, happy, and builds a positive relationship between you and your dog. Toys are really important for puppies when they are growing out their teeth and their gums get sore, it can help alleviate the pain. When dogs are bored or anxious they tend to turn to destructive behavior like chewing your furniture or shoes. Toys can help ease these feelings.


A ball is a perfect toy for dogs that love to play fetch. When you are choosing a ball for your dog make sure that the size is big enough that your dog can carry but not swallow. Avoid standard tennis balls because your dog can ingest fibers that come off the ball and can cause chocking.

Rope Toys

Playing Tug-of-war with your dog can be a fun game for the both of you. Keep in mind that many dogs can easily shred this type of toy and could ingest the pieces, which can be harmful for them. If you know your dog is an aggressive chewer, make sure to purchase a rope toy that is made out of a sturdy material.


Tugs are one of the most dog bite training equipment but can also be used for playtime. Bite tugs are perfect for puppies as well as adult dogs. You can find many different pulling toys on our web shop that you can choose from.

Floating Toys

Some dogs love to swim and some don’t even want to get near water. If you have a dog that loves water then floating toys are perfect for them. During summer, the best way to cool off is to go swimming and now with a floating toy your dog can have a playful experience.

Food Dispensing Toys

Our Duoplay ball is a multifunctional toy that can be used for playing tug-of-war, fetch, and even putting treats inside to keep your dog busy. It is made out of natural caoutchouc, which is tooth-friendly even with everyday use.


Squeaky Toys

Squeaky toys come in all shapes, sizes and textures. The sound may be annoying to us but dogs love them and takes playtime to another level. These toys can also be a good tool for obedience training, when you are trying to get your dog’s attention. Keep in mind that not all dogs like toys that give out loud sounds, if you see that your dog is sensitive try another type of toy that they might like.