Join Date: May 2019
Location: Calgary, AB, Canada
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What I did was get a toy of a few different style, types, and textures and then see what they prefer. For example, Denver prefers crinkle-sounding toys over squeaky toys. Also, for tug toys, you can get fleece and make your own without spending a lot .. we liked having long braided tug toys because then our fingers were faaaar away from those puppy teeth!! Then with leftover fleece you can make knotted chew toys they can fetch with it chew on (You can soak in water and freeze during teething). Also some dogs love to work on knots and untie them which is great mental stimulation as well.
Also, bully sticks are considered an essential in our house.
I need to grab a few yards of fleece and make some new ones myself. Sounds like a good project for tomorrow!
~ Michelle, Seda Twinkle LeavinOnAJetPlane (Denver), and Sedaís Keeper to the Stars (Keeper) ~