Chocolate Lab Furry Tails ~ Big Dog Toys
Meet Rascal and his Favorite Toys!
My 3 year old Chocolate Labrador, Rascal, may be forever a puppy. I believe Labrador Retrievers are like Peter Pan that they refuse to grow up. I've heard they settle down a little after 2 years, 3 years, 4 years, or even, that they never-never grow up.
Rascal is exuberant in his greetings, whether family, friends or strangers. This is one dog who enjoys all that his doggy life offers.
This page is a review of his favorite products and toys. To be honest, this lab likes to play or chew on anything, but these products last much, much longer.
On that note...
The Frisbee in the picture did not survive and does not make the cut for this power-chewer. It was destroyed within a few hours, even with teeny tiny puppy teeth.
Rascal's all-around Favorite: Kong Treat Ball
Do you have a Labrador Retriever, too?
Rascal and his antics...
This dog loves to chew, sleep on our feet or ankles, an has been known to grab the grandchildren's toys because a few of them look like his. Or... he just likes the attention of trying to get the toys back from him.
Now, don't get me wrong. Even when he knows he's done something he shouldn't, that tail keeps wagging like he's perpetually happy. And, yes he is, even when caught in the act. Although I stand firm, I hoping he doesn't realize I'm close to breaking out in a smile.
Time to try Plush toys for Dogs?
No Dog Toy in completely Indestructible!
Dog owners should always supervise their dog's chewing and play time.
This advise is especially important with power chewers like Rascal.
Rascal's favorite Kong toy for a game of Catch
See more about Rascal
- Organic Treats for Sensitive Dogs
Rascal is a Chocolate Labrador Retriever that had been having problems with commercial dog treats and prepared foods. He suffered from ear and paw yeast infections, infected ears and just general all over itchy skin. His veterinarian has suggested...
- My Chocolate Labradors Bad Eating, and other Dog, Habits
This is the 1st in a series featuring Rascal, our Labrador Retriever. Although he has been a challenge, he is a much loved family member since 2007.
© 2015 Beth Webster-Duerr