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Top 10 Strangest Dog Toys

Updated on April 9, 2015
Dog Toy Fishing Pole
Dog Toy Fishing Pole

Some of the Weird Dog Toys your Dog Has Ever Seen!

Dog toys aren't all fetch sticks, balls and squeaky toys. Nope. Some dog toys are so crazy you have to wonder who was willing to put thousands of dollars into the idea to get it manufactured. Some of these dogs toys are duds but some of them are downright doggy hits (like the bacon bubble machine). Here's a list of the 10 most insane and crazy dog toys we could find. And, yes, these all really do exist on the retail market (meaning they're not just concepts or prototypes). Know of any more weird dog toys? Scroll down and let us know in the comments - we'd love to add them to the list!

Puppy Tweets for Twitter
Puppy Tweets for Twitter

#1: Puppy Tweets Twitter Device for Dogs

This doggy gadget was invented by Mattel and has hundreds of pre-programmed tweets (such as "yo, sometimes you have to get your yip on.") that send out whenever a dog wearing Puppy Tweets moves or barks.

#2: Squawkie Talkies Chicken

This dog toy is not only one of the weirdest dog toys it is also one of the most annoying dog toys ever made. When your dog squeezes the Squawkie Talkies Chicken dog toy it makes a loud (and annoying) squawking sound. Dogs love it but dog owners will need to buy some earplugs for sure!

#3: Tennis Dog - Ball Launcher

The Tennis Dog ball launcher is fun for dogs and their owners. For dogs who love to fetch, this tennis ball launcher is the ultimate dog toy! Just put in a tennis ball, pull back the strings and watch as the ball soars over 75 feet in the distance. Dogs get great exercise and dog owners have a blast seeing how far they can launch the tennis balls!

Dog Fetch Machine
Dog Fetch Machine

#4: iFetch Automatic Fetch Machine for Dogs

Perfect for dogs who just can't get enough of playing fetch. The iFetch dog ball launcher will keep throwing tennis balls as long as Fido wants to chase after them!

Watch the iFetch Dog Ball Launcher

Bowlingual Dog Translation Device
Bowlingual Dog Translation Device

#5: Bowlingual Dog Translation Device

Ever wonder what's really going on in your dog's mind? Puppy Tweets claims to translate your dog's inner thoughts and tell you what they are really trying to communicate to you.

Dog Bubbles
Dog Bubbles

#6: Bubbletastic Bacon Bubble Machine for Dogs

This battery-powered dog bubble machine blows a windstorm of bacon-scented dog bubbles so dogs can go crazy trying to pop them all. Available from www.ActiveDogToys.com for $19.95.

Watch the Bacon Bubble Machine in Action!

DogFisher Dog Fishing Game
DogFisher Dog Fishing Game

#7: Dog Fisher Treat Fishing Pole Game for Dogs

Throw out a fishing pole with a treat lure and you just might find that you hooked a four-legged-and-furry "fish".

Aikiou Dog Food Bowl
Aikiou Dog Food Bowl

#8: Aikiou Interactive Dog Food Bowl

For dogs that like to wolf down their meal in 30 seconds flat, the Aikiou dog bowl is perfect. It slows down mealtime by making dogs work for their food.

#9: Dog Finder Puzzle Game for Dogs

How clever is your dog really? The Nina Ottosson Dog Finder dog puzzle puts Fido's problem solving skills to the test and rewards dogs with treats when the puzzle is figured out. As far as dog puzzles go, the Nina Ottosson Dog Finder is both challenging and entertaining.

Crunchkins Edible Dog Card
Crunchkins Edible Dog Card

#10: Crunchkins Edible Rawhide Greeting Cards for Dogs

This Hallmark-like dog greeting card is made from rawhide so it's edible. Now that's a card any dog would enjoy getting. No wonder postal carriers are so popular!

Know of any more crazy-weird dog toys we can add to the list?

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