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 Top Five Dog Toys 
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Top Five Dog Toys
by: Gordon Bloomfield




Ball flinger ballistic ball thrower

Dogs love to chase things, if you’re lucky they might even like to retrieve! This tennis ball and flinger duo is a great way to play fetch with your pooch. The durable plastic and unique shape of the flinger makes throwing the tennis ball really easy, so it’s perfect for all ages of owners! You can also avoid handling a dirty or wet tennis ball as it has a scoop perfect for picking up and carrying your dogs favourite ball.

Ball on a rope

Dogs love to chase and tug and even throw their toys around a bit. The classic ball on a rope allows them to do this. You can join in and tug or throw this toy or your pet will enjoy swinging, throwing and running with this toy. It is also perfect for larger dogs that can’t play with smaller sized balls, as they won’t swallow this one!

Soft squeaky toys

Although not the toughest things, the many designs of squeaky soft toys will keep your dog amused for hours. Older dogs and less active dogs will enjoy cuddling, chewing and squeaking these types of toys.

Wiggly giggly

The wiggly giggly range of toys is great fun! These soft plastic toys come in a variety of shapes depending on what your dog likes to do. There are large balls, jacks, balls on a rope, all with a fun surprise… They all make a unique noise when rolled, shaken or thrown. This noise is unlike any other dog toy and keeps your companion amused for ages!

Frisbees

Frisbees are great for more active dogs. They love to chase, retrieve and catch them in mid air. There are a lot of variations in the designs too. For examples smaller dogs might like the ring style Frisbees which are a flexible ring of plastic, which many carry around their neck whilst retrieving! Larger dogs might like the style with a raised area in the middle so that they can pick them up once they land on the ground. Whatever your dogs preference they are a great way to keep your dog busy!

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