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Best Outside Dog Toys

Updated on September 25, 2014

Fun Toys For Dogs (and Humans) to Have Fun With Outside

When the weather is nice, there is nothing better than going outside, whether in the backyard or at the dog park, and playing a good game with an overly-excited dog. There are lots of dog toys out there, but only some are suitable for outside play. We've listed the top outside dog toys here, great for fetching or tugging or chewing or running! All off tons of great exercise!

Tether Tug Backyard Tug Toy

The Tether Tug Dog Toy is the ultimate doggie playmate who always wants to play tug of war and gives a good challenge. The Tether Tug bends in all directions - making the game both enticing and exciting for dogs. Tugging and pulling obsessed dogs are going to absolutely love this dog toy! The pole is both flexible and super strong. Tether Tug comes in four sizes: Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large. Available from ActiveDogToys.com

Watch the Tether Tug in Action!

Tuggo Tugging Dog Ball

The Tuggo is one of the newest dog toys to hit the market and dogs and dog owners LOVE it! It's fun for one dogs or two - but it's definitely more fun when two dogs are playing with it together. It makes for a fun game of tug-of-war.

Dog Ball Launcher
Dog Ball Launcher

Hyper Tennis Dog

Fun Fetch Toy For Humans and Dogs

There are so many tennis ball launchers available in pet stores. Most are either slingshots or more of a an extended tosser (like the ChuckIt tennis ball launcher). The Hyper Dog Tennis Dog ball launcher is different because it looks like a tennis racquet, however, the strings are made of ultra-stretchy nylon (the better to launch balls further with). Just put a tennis ball (included) in the center of the Tennis Dog racquet, pull back on the netting and watch as the ball launches far into the distance. It's loads of fun to launch balls with this ball launcher and since Fido gets a great workout, it's a win-win!

Indestructible Dog Ball
Indestructible Dog Ball
Tizzi dog toy
Tizzi dog toy

Boomer Ball

THE Indestructible Dog Toy

The Boomer Ball is made of solid, hard plastic and is great for games of bowling fetch with your dog (lots of fun for both humans and dogs) and for watching a herding dog race around the yard pushing it at top speed his nose. The Indestructible Boomer Ball comes in four sizes: 4", 6", 8" and 10".

Twiz

A Fun and Tough Chew Toy and Fetch Toy

When used as a fetch toy, the Twiz can be used as a dog treat messenger of sorts. Shaped kind of like a torpedo with legs, the Twiz dog toy has a hole in the bottom, perfect for filling with a treat or peanut butter. Then, just twist up the Twiz's legs and throw it as far as you can. When received, a dog can unwind the legs, find the treat and chew, chew, chew. The Twiz dog toy is a made in America dog toy, made from a non-toxic and safe rubber-like material called Zogoflex.

Watch the Indestructible Boomer Ball in Action!

bacon bubbles
bacon bubbles

Bubbletastic Bacon Bubble Blower

A Bubble Machine That Blows Bacon Bubbles

Truly a dog's dream come true. And, possibly the dog owner's as well if he / she is a bacon fanatic! The Bubbletastic Bacon Bubble Machine blows thousands of baconlicious bubbles all for the poppin'. Not only is watching this dog bubble machine in action hilarious, dogs absolutely love pouncing after all those bacon bubbles!

Check Out How Much This Dog LOVES Catching Bacon Bubbles!

glow in the dark dog frisbee
glow in the dark dog frisbee

Dog Discuit

LED Glow in the Dark Dog Frisbee

The Dog Discuit is a great dog frisbee during the night but it literally shines at night! Just switch it on and the LED lights bring the Dog Discuit to a brilliant red color. Fun for games of fetch well into the evening. Perfect for those late-night barbecues! Playing fetch with a dog who can catch and bring back the frisbee to you is an amazing and fun past time - even for those who are watching!

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