Toys are an important tool to provide in your dog’s life. There is an abundance to choose from. Some are designed to last, and some are not either way however, they all provide natural stimulation for your pet. Plush toys act as prey for your dog’s natural hunting instinct, squeaky toys have a similar result. Tough rubber toys allow your dogs to chew and gnaw. Interactive toys like tugs allow them to learn social challenges. Toys can be motivational and used for fast and active games. They can also be used for throwing and retrieving which burns far more energy than a walk.
This dog toy brings renewed playtime fun to your dog. The tough latex toy has a polyester fleece filler and is incredibly easy to hold in your pet’s mouth. Latex dog toy with sound, encouraging your pet to play more.
Latex dog toys are especially well-suited for young dogs because puppies and young dogs still have very sharp teeth and tend to not just bite their toys, but to tear them apart and may swallow pieces. Since latex won’t become hard in the stomach and intestines, it can normally pass without a problem. This means that swallowing a small piece of the toy generally shouldn’t be a problem. Nonetheless, dogs should always be supervised when playing with latex toys.
Trixie Duck Latex is a dog toy which makes the sound of a duck’s quack when pressed. This keeps the dog interested in playing with it. The latex material is also durable and allows the dog to chew on it without getting damaged.