Toys for Labrador Retrievers
This football was two dollars and fifty cents. It was at the thrift store.
The dog loves it. Picks it up with the strings. Tosses it about. Repeat. Since it's an oval, it doesn't roll a major distance away. Plus, it saves the volleyball that the granddaughters play with from dog tooth puncture.
Toys Available - Endless Choices
I first looked for dog toys at Fleet Farm, but, quite frankly I felt overwhelmed. There was just too much. I was looking at one bone that had holes in it for puppy treats. Similar to the bone I refilled with bacon grease. Apparently, end goal is to keep dog busy.
The chew toys with springy little balls looked intriguing. Heck, I felt compelled to get one for myself to chew on... Smile.