What are some natural dog toys that won't cause allergies?
Most dog toys are made in China and have coloring added - this may be a source of allergies in dogs (and cats) - what do we do instead?
Marrow bones. I wrote a hub about them but basically, you buy them in the meat dept of the grocery store. Bake them, to cook the insides, and cool them down a long time to be sure that they are safe. I freeze them. Our dogs love them and will chew for hours. Just be sure if they break a small piece off that you take that piece away. Most of the time the bone stays intact and they happily will chew for hours and days on it.
I recommend the natural white bones made by Red Barn or a similar American company, Nylabone products for chewing, and some of the interactive dog toys like Kong, Kong Wobbler and the Kyjen Dog Puzzle. You can also make your own toys, for example with an empty 2-liter soda bottle or some old socks braided together.
by adr101 9 years ago
the lady who you gave your dog to cause he bites won't let you see him and your parents won't ringher to ask if i can see him and he is the cutest little golden cocker spaniel puppy ever
by Audrey Kirchner 7 years ago
Do you think dog toys are causing allergies in our dogs?A lot of dogs seem to have allergies - instead of food, could it be a reaction to their toys?
by drennie926 8 years ago
Our dog is going under the bed and WON'T come out. She is 9 years old and just started doing...this about 3 weeks ago....Why is this happening?.....Thanks....Atlanta, GA
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