Category Archives: Dog Toys

Best Toys for Elderly Canines (Part I) 

While older dogs don’t need as much exercise as puppies, it is still crucial they stay active. Habitual play sessions get the blood going to the joints, which can relieve pain and reduce the progression of arthritis. Also, playing helps stop weight gain as the metabolism diminishes, and keeps your senior’s brain functioning, helping to keep away any mental disorders. Additionally, just because your pooch is aging, doesn’t mean he can’t still enjoy a great toy.

Regardless of your old furry friend loves to catch a frisbee, snuggle a plushie, chew a bone, use his noggin, or chase a ball, there are plenty of perfect toys.

The BetterBall

The BetterBall is a toy your dog will enjoy.

Crafted with shelter pups in mind, the BetterBall is ideal for dogs of any age, such as those with diminished vision, weakened jaw muscles, or dental problems. Made from sturdy, pet-safe, non-toxic EVA foam, it is resilient enough to last but soft enough to be easy on brittle teeth. Senior pups can fetch, bounce or swim with this flexible ball and the bright orange-red color makes it simple to find during play.

If your senior pooch can no longer run and fetch, the BetterBall also acts as a treat toy. Just fill it with a healthy snack and watch as your dog exercises his mouth and mind getting to his favorite food.

Paying it forward: each time you buy a BetterBall another will be donated to a shelter dog. Displaying a playful nature is what gets a puppy or dog adopted.

Bird Ball

The Bird Ball is the size of a tennis ball, bringing new life to the game of fetch. Every ball is two various colors making it simpler for senior eyes to find. There are 12 distinct holes that make whistling bird chirps when it is flung so dogs can track the sound.


Chew Toys for Dogs

Chew Toys for Dogs



My mom has the prettiest little pet. I don’t have one, but if I did, I would certainly have one much like hers. Her name is Curly Sue, and she’s a bundle of joy.  However, she can be a handful, but it’s not actually attitude problem. She’s merely gritty and everybody falls in love with her instantly. She has a bunch of toys, but her favorite is one specific chew toy that is shaped like a hot dog. I’m uncertain what makes it different than any other toys that she has, but it is the one she seems to enjoy more than all the other.

We frequently find her eat toys lodged someplace as if she were aiming to conceal it. She’s bad at hiding it though. She always puts it someplace that is easy for us to find, and is normally in a chair or somewhere like that. We might sit on it, and she comes running to get it far from us. It’s as if she believes we keep taking the chew plaything from her clever hiding area. In reality, she’s not hiding it anywhere unique. On the other hand, probably she’s cleverer than we give her credit for. She might leave it where she does just so she could come obtain it from us.

I hesitate her favored eat toy gets on its last leg, and I’m not sure if we could use a substitute. Though the chew plaything has only been her preferred for a little less than a year, it was purchased much earlier. The eat plaything rested in the closet for a long time prior to my mama gave it to her. I am not sure where she purchased it all those years ago, as well as I question we could using the exact same one today. When the toy crumbles, I have no idea exactly what she is going to do.

The majority of dogs appear to have a favored eat plaything that they merely can not appear to get rid of. If your pet dog takes a luster to a particular one, you can head out and get a few substitutes while you can. This way if a plaything falls apart from too much love, you have a spare to replace it. Though it could appear like merely a toy to you, if a pet dog enjoys a certain eat toy, it ends up being like a pal to them, and they might be upset when it’s gone.