So I know everyone out their has a favorite toy that last forever, or your dog carries around like a baby, or you love it enough to buy a new one each time they rip it apart.
What is everyones favorite dog toy.
Well my son's dog, Bruno, loves this toy called a "Frisky Frolic". You cannot remove it from his mouth unless you remove his head with it! Bruno is pretty much attached to that thing.
My dog Malcolm had a small (20 cm) stuffed elephant. He would bring it to the door when I arrived home or bring it and show it to visitors. He would put it in the middle of a cushion on the floor and make sure it was safe.
Thats how my dog is but it's actually a bucket lid that is so beat up you can't tell what it is.
caninecritics, my son's dog-really ours now-loves a very annoying toy. It's a dog itself and barks the same 'tune' 3 times before shutting up. "BARK BARK BARK...BARK BARK BARK...BARK BARK BARK!!!"
The dog never lets this thing rest and we end up putting it up on the refrigerator for days at a time.
by caninecrtitics 8 years ago
I'm looking for some ideas for my dog for a new dog toy. I love kongs, nylabones, JW petco toys. I have a lab shepard mix what does everyone have in mind?
by Renee S 3 years ago
I remember sit n' spin and some others that are still around. What was your favorite toy?
by sabu singh 8 years ago
What do we do with our neighbours dog who barks incessantly and loudly whenever he is left alone?
by Claudia Mitchell 12 months ago
Have you ever used a bark collar on your dog?Our dog is an extremely loud and obnoxious barker and we are surprised that we have not had complaints from the neighbors yet. Have you had any success fixing a barking problem and if so how?
by Guardian1 9 years ago
I think "Da Bird" cat toy is pretty neat. It's a cat teaser with durable fake feathers at the end of a long, also durable, string. When you swing it around, the feathers twirl/spin, making the sound of bird wings. My cat goes crazy.What's your cat's favorite toy?
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