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goDog Birds Yellow Finch Dog Toy with Chew Guard
goDog Birds Youcan Finch Dog Toy with Chew Guard
What Satisfied Customers Are Saying
By Patricia from LIMA,OH on 2/14/2014
Great toy for all dogs!
By Nichole from HEMINGWAY,SC on 1/17/2014
Silly - but a favorite
By Gloria from OMAHA,NE on 1/11/2014
it was the first toy that my dogs took - wish I had got the elephant - but it was discontinued - all the toys are great, but am waiting to see how they hold up to my dog, which are strays I took in and they have part pit in them. Not many toys can take the treatment they give them - but the road kill squirrel is now hidden in one of their crates - and she watches it like a hawk -
By Jeff from CLEARWATER BEACH,FL on 12/13/2013
My Border Collie just loves this toy
GREAT, VERY COLORFUL
By Theresa from HAW RIVER,NC on 12/12/2013
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Quick Tips for Purchasing Dog Toys
1. All sleep and no play makes Jack an unhappy, unhealthy dog. Dog toys offer many benefits beyond simple diversion: exercise, stress reduction, mental stimulation, an outlet for hunting and sporting instincts - and for teething puppies, something besides furniture to chew on.
2. The latest generation of interactive dog toys may surprise you with their complex and ingenious designs. Our selection includes puzzles that will intrigue the minds of intelligent dogs, and reward their problem-solving skills with tasty treats.
3. Few creatures can match dogs for unbridled enthusiasm and friendly energy - both of which can cause dog toys to have an awfully short life. To stretch your toy dollar, choose rubber dog toys that are virtually immune to well-meaning doggie destructiveness.
4. The plush life is the lush life for toy-loving dogs. Plush dog toys offer a stimulating combination of features: squeaking and rattling sounds, stretchable and tuggable materials, and colorful animal designs that are perfect for throwing and fetching.
5. Sometimes it seems like dogs go through life teeth first, especially when they're young. Sweet tooth? More like play tooth. Pull and chew dog toys bring out the instinctively playful side of your dog, and give gnawers something to grapple with.
6. You know that look - your dog comes over with something in its mouth, and its eyes are saying, "Throw this somewhere." Our fetch and chew dog toys include Zanies Toughstructable toys, with aerodynamic shapes that encourage long-distance exercise.
7. Nina Ottosson dog toys are among the most popular items. At first glance, they look like something out of an IQ test. They provide mental stimulation that is ideal for for intelligent and/or older dogs.
8. Though not as large as the cinematic gorilla that shares their name, Kong dog toys are made from durable materials that could rival the King for toughness. Kong's chew toys promote strong jaws and clean teeth.
9. If you're shopping on a budget, tug toys will probably give you the most value for your dollar. Tug-of-war and fetch are favorite games for almost any dog, and these durable, stretchable, lightweight toys are ideal for both.
10. Grriggles is one of our most popular chew toy brands. Made from rope, rubber or a rope-rubber combination, they combine durability, stretchability, and chewability for the ultimate toothsome toy.