Just because it’s raining outside or Mother Nature decided to dump all her angst in a severe snowstorm doesn’t mean you also need to curtail your pet’s need to play ball. Indoor Ball having great and fun times indoors is made remarkably easy. Indoor is a tennis ball that has been fluffed with a colorful and exceedingly soft chenille fabric. It is this combination of a soft outer shell and a lightweight core that makes the Chuckit! Indoor relatively safe to play with right inside your home without ever worrying of damaging your furniture or other stuff. If you’re having a hard time enticing your pet to run after the ball, try placing the Hartz Dura Play Ball right in front of its nose and let it sniff it all it wants.
Now throw the ball as far as you possibly can and you’ll see your hound running after it like mad. The secret is in the rich bacon scent that has been infused into the natural latex exterior of the Dura Play. Everyone knows how dogs love the scent and taste of bacon. The other good news is that Dura Play doubles as a venerable dog chew toy, but should not be given to power chewers. It’s floatable so you can easily use it in water activities. It’s the foam core that gives the Dura Play its amazing buoyancy. The unique design of the Dura Play is also noteworthy.
Unlike plastic flyers that can crack and splinter and hurt your dog’s mouth, this soft rubber toy is gentle on your dog’s mouth. The KONG Rubber Dog Chew Toy has consistently been a best-seller since its introduction. This toy is most commonly referred to as “the KONG” and provides an excellent jaw workout for chewers.
And unlike humans, dogs won’t judge you for your inability to correctly throw a Frisbee. I don’t know why but dogs especially seem to love plush hedgehogs — every dog I know seems to have a hedgehog toy. They’ll like it a lot, and even after they rip the stuffing out they’ll still want to play with it. KONG toys are a timeless classic, its sturdy rubber never disappoints, and you always get a safe, durable and very resistant toy.
Great Things About Chuckit
Al the other disc toys she destroyed in a matter of hours. She doesn’t seem to want to chew it, just retrieve it! Labradors in general are bouncy, lively, fairly mouthy dogs, who love to retrieve. But within that category there are a huge range of doggy personalities. I hope that we have covered most of your Labrador toy needs with the various options above.
We put kibble in it and he’s figured out how to drop it down the stairs to get the treats out. It’s really durable and he’s chuck it balls had it about six months and still holding up well! I bought the Monster K-9 frisbee for our Labrador and she loves it.
You can throw the disc for your dog to jump and catch, or roll it along the ground for your dog to chase. Look for a frisbee or disc that has a smaller circumference and lighter weight, and made from a softer material that won’t damage your dog’s teeth when they catch it. The West Paw Zogoflex Zisc comes in a “mini” 6.5 inch size, is a made from soft material but flies like a hard frisbee, and is a great disc to get started with. Strato Ball has a hole in the center to cut down on weight and bounces higher than any other ball we tested.
You can also consider a dog subscription box to regularly receive toys in the mail, so you never run out. The KONG Rubber Flyer Frisbee Dog Toy is made from all-natural rubber and is durable and flexible.
“Made of 100-percent natural wool and cotton without any glues, this bone-shaped toy is ideal for puppies.” Last, but by no means least, is the DuraFoam ball, don’t be fooled by its soft pliable texture, we have found this ball to be virtually indestructible over the years. This ball is soft enough for interactive play, indoors and out. As it’s lightweight, it can be thrown far and it floats, perfect for a walk on the beach!