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Dog Chew Toys - What are the best chew toys for dogs?

Dog Chew Toys

Chewing, ripping, shredding, tearing up and generally destroying stuff is as normal for dogs as tail-wagging. If you have a dog, expect chewing.

Chewing is a form of occupational therapy to relieve stress and release energy for dogs.

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Just like children, canine companions will select favorite toys. Whether your dog has a "favorite teddy" he sleeps with, or a squeeky toy she rips to shreds, be sure to provide a variety of toys to play with and enjoy. Since he will now have a variety of approved things to chew, he will learn to chew and play with his own toys - and not yours.

Dog Toy Recommendations

Dog Toy Cautions

Dog Toy Recommendations - The toughest toys we've found

kong chew toys


This toy is recommended by veterinarians to satisfy your dog's natural urge to chew. Made of thick, natural rubber this toy is ideal for chewers. Kong toys are great to stuff with peanut butter, cheese or treats. The unique shape of this toy makes it bounce in every direction.

rubber tire dog toys

Rubber Tire Dog Toy

Rubber tire toys are made of natural rubber and are a perfect dental aid for dogs and puppies. Rubber is a tough, durable product that provides chewing enjoyment for hours.

Rugged rubber toys are available at


Rubber Tennis Bone Toy

Solid, heavyweight rubber in a bone shape, covered with the fuzzy tennis ball felt dogs seem so fond of.

These rugged toys are suitable for teething puppies, large dogs, and the most agressive, destructive chewers.

Rubber tennis bone toys are available at

boingo ball chew toy

Boingo Balls

Dogs will go Boingo crazy for this new galactic style ball! The Boingo Ball looks like a space-age style dog toy. With its spinning and whirling sound it's sure to intrigue any pet!
An all-season dog toy - it even floats!
Contains a solid plastic ball with beads inside. A thick rubber ring for easy gripping surrounds the perimeter.

Dog Toy Cautions

The things that are usually most attractive to dogs are often the very things that are the most dangerous. Dog-proof your home by removing string, ribbon, rubber bands, children's toys, pantyhose, and anything else that could be ingested.

Toys should be appropriate for your dog's size. Balls and other toys that are too small can easily be swallowed or become lodged in your dog's throat.

Avoid or alter any toys that aren't "dog-proof" by removing ribbons, strings, eyes, or other parts that could be chewed and/or ingested. Discard toys that start to break into pieces or have pieces torn off.

Take note of any toy that contains a "squeaker" buried in its center. Your dog may feel that he must find and destroy the source of the squeaking, and he could ingest it.

Check labels for child safety. Look for stuffed toys that are labeled as safe for children under three years of age and that don't contain any dangerous fillings. Problem fillings include things like nutshells and polystyrene beads, but even "safe" stuffings aren't truly digestible. Soft toys should be machine washable.


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