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Why Do Pets Love Toys?

Why do dogs need toys?

Dogs need toys to provide mental stimulation, allow for proper chewing, and serve as important tools for behavior modification.

Toys stimulate the mind and body and help meet your dog's emotional and physical needs. Even though dogs today are primarily kept as companion pets, they still need something to do. In the absence of a "job," they will look for things to do to pass the time and satisfy their need to chew. If you don't want them to choose their own chew toys, such as couches, pillows, or toilet paper rolls, provide them with appropriate outlets.

There are hundreds of dog toys on the market, and many people fill toy boxes for their pets.
Toys are excellent mental stimulators that encourage active play and minimize boredom time. This reduces the risk of your pet developing destructive or attention-seeking behavior. However, dogs are much like children in that they quickly get bored with toys. When this happens, the value of toys as a mental and physical outlet disappears. Our dog trainers recommend that customers select six to eight toys for each pet, making sure each toy has a different texture, size and shape. Toys should be given out a few at a time and then rotated every few days so the pet always has something different to play with. Rotating your toys is the best way to maintain their effectiveness.
Toys are a special way to teach your dog to relax.


Some important warnings about dog toys.The safety of a toy depends on how your do

g interacts with the toy, and this interaction can change over time. A stuffed toy that is safe for a 10-week-old puppy may not be a good choice when the dog is 5 months old, removing toys and swallowing the squeaks! Supervise your dog when he plays with a new toy and regularly monitor your dog's interaction with the toy to ensure the toy remains a safe choice.

The interactive toy is designed to be used as a and owner, and it provides built-in supervision. These toys include a ball and a tug-of-war rope. Interactive toys should only be used when you and your dog are playing together. When playtime is over, put these toys away so your dog is always looking forward to playing with them...and you.

Be careful about the toys you give your dog. If you give your pet socks, old slippers, or clothes to play with, they will treat all socks, shoes, and clothes as their toys. Dogs can't tell which of your socks and shoes are playable and which are not. It's a good idea to keep your items separate from your toys to eliminate any possible confusion.

If your dog gets a new toy that he's not interested in, let him play with it.
If that doesn't work, leave the toy on the bed or in the laundry basket for a day and try interacting with him again. Often, items that smell like their owners are more attractive to pets. If your dog still isn't interested in the toy, consider the material, shape, and size of the toy and don't buy a similar toy again.


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