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The toy’s manufacturer, Planet Dog, also offers a tough football, soccer ball, and an assortment of really creative toys.
The Chuck-it! Indoor Ball Dog Toy is ideal for dogs that want to play on a cold or rainy day that prohibits outdoor play. The soft surface of this ball allows for a quiet playtime that still entertains and delights canine companions. For another fun indoor toy, check out . Your dog will love Chuckit! Indoor toys, so order them for your dog today!
Here at Pet Mountain, we offer the widest variety of ball dog toys, all at heavily discounted rates of up to 70% off. When it comes to ball toys for your dog, if you buy it, they will come...
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"I just wanted to say how much my dog (German Shepherd) LOVES his varsity ball!!!! He gets so frustrated when it won’t go where he wants it to go and barks his head off at it while he’s trying to maneuver it. Thank you so much for making these wonderful toys!!!" This reality hits hard when a beloved animal is injured at play. One such horror story became news after a dog’s tongue was trapped in a hole in a ball, requiring long and painful medical intervention and finally, amputation of the tongue. The owner was shocked to learn that this wasn’t the first such incident—other dogs had been harmed, even killed, by the same toy. The company, Four Paws, eventually recalled several of its toys, according to its website. Despite the constant media comments about how we pamper our pets, toys are no mere luxury. Experts say that dogs need them, and need more than one kind. That doesn’t mean more bells and whistles, just different types. Toys can take the edge off a bad day, like a stress ball you squeeze when you’re mad. Softer toys a dog can “baby” satisfy gentler instincts. Frisbees, balls and tugs are ways to share the fun, while squeaky playthings cry out for attack. Some toys can serve multiple functions for dogs to interact with, combining common play behaviors into a single toy. Some can adapt to other toys and objects, and be combined by the dog owner to create new toys for dogs to play with. Whereas a hard ball is not well-suited for chewing, and a plush toy is difficult to throw, wrapping the ball in a plush exterior creates a toy that can be thrown and chewed on. Such toys may provide more entertainment value for dogs and their owners.Questions about the safety of pet toys continue to haunt Nancy Rogers. They’re questions the Illinois dog owner has tried to get answered since 2007, when she hired a laboratory to test the lead content in 24 of her Shelties’ chew toys. The tests revealed that one of her dogs’ tennis balls contained 335.7 parts per million (ppm) of lead, an amount that, at the time, fell far below the levels allowed in children’s toys. Today, however, that amount exceeds the 300 ppm federal standard for lead in children’s toys.If you are K9 training or just having fun with your four legged partner dog tugs, dog balls, dog toys and dog rewards offer simulation and excitement.