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Let's Talk Toys!

Let's Talk Toys!

According to the RSPCA, toys are more than just a bit of fun for your dog.

Not only do toys stop your dog from getting bored and causing trouble around your home, such as scratching at furniture or digging up the garden.

Having suitable objects for your dog to chew and play with helps keep them stimulated, entertained, happy and healthy.

There are so many benefits to Treating Your Dog to Toys; 

🐶 Exercise - dogs need to get enough exercise to keep them physically and mentally well. Toys such as balls that can be thrown and caught are great for keeping dogs active, and also for making exercise fun for both you and your pet - have a look at our flying frisbees or our Walker mini balls that can float on water and are so bright you won’t lose them! 

🐶 Intellectual stimulation - all dogs need mental stimulation as well as physical exercise, and without it, they can become destructive and disobedient. We recommend that if you have an intelligent dog breed; Border Collie, Labrador Retriever, Boxers, Springer Spaniel, Huskies, Retrievers, or Dalmations, why not have a look at the Interactive Dog Toys which includes our Casino Treat Dispensing Toy

🐶Bonding - playtime is a positive way to bond with your pet. Games such as tug of war are interactive ways to spend quality time together, and if you have more than one dog, toys can also be great for your pets to bond with each other. Check out our range of Christmas-themed playtime toys including; Pickle Prancers or our Naughty and Nice Rope Elves. If your dog like to play rough - have a look at the Grrelli rubber tug toy - though supervise your dog at all times!

🐶Dental health - dental hygiene is extremely important to a dog's health, and with toys that clean their teeth during playtime, you're keeping your pet stimulated and healthy. Our Dental Tug Toy is great for keeping teeth strong and healthy whilst providing fun and entertainment for your dog! 

Perhaps you are looking for Christmas presents, or maybe you just want to @treatyourdoguk 😉 we have one of the UK's largest range of high-quality toys, treats and products to keep your dog healthy and happy.

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