Cat Toys: Interactive Toys for Cats & Kittens | PetSmart
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Dog toys serve different purposes. Puppies, for instance, need toys they can chew on when they are teething because their and become very sore and chewing on things provides them relief. Also, playing with different toys encourages exercise, which benefits the pet's overall health. Toys also stimulate dogs' , discourage problem behavior resulting from boredom and excess energy, and promote dental health.
At My Pet Garden we carry a huge selection of toys for the best fetchers, the most destructive chewers and for those that just want to strut them around…
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Pet Toys for Dogs and Cats- 1800PetMeds
Whether you’re playing indoor or outdoor, our pet toys for dogs offer a fun way to strengthen the bond between owner and dog. Dog toys aren’t only a great way to keep your pup entertained, but they also keep him or her healthy by promoting exercise and cognitive development. Eager or energetic dogs often rip into toys within a few moments and before you both know it, playtime is over. That is why our huge collection of dog toys for sale is able to accommodate every breed and personality of dog at every possible stage in its life. After all, a bored dog is an unhappy dog who might take its energy out elsewhere. Our durable pet toys for dogs will keep your pup happy and your shoes and socks safe! Our complete inventory of dog toys for sale includes balls, stuffed animals, ropes, rubber toys, squeakers, pool items, and so much more. The question is, which toys? With a global pet economy, the options—and problems—keep growing. On the pet aisles, shoppers are greeted with all the persuasive power of an infomercial. Bright, funky objects, packaged to the nines, demand closer inspection—but not too close. The readable text is mostly advertising, not information. “The packaging for these products is incredible and totally deceiving,” says Pattie Boden, owner of the Animal Connection in Charlottesville, Va. Boden, who is picky about sourcing safe, natural toys to stock her shelves, says that a 25-year career in advertising has made her a skeptic. 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. we strive to help pets lead their healthiest and happiest lives by providing only carefully selected, natural food, treats, toys and merchandise, backed by outstanding education and service.” – Brad Kriser