So Your Dog Ate a Toy

My Dog Ate Toy Stuffing Dog toys are the best friends to our canine friends, other than you, of course. Though nothing comes without a downside and dog toys are no different. Dogs eating toys are common and every responsible dog owner should be well prepared for the situation. There are two ways ...

How to Make a Dog First Aid Kit

Dog First Aid Kits are Important A first aid kit is a necessity in any home or workplace. However, a dog emergency kit can be underrated or overlooked altogether. Our beloved dogs deserve to have one prepared in cases of injuries, allergies, or other unexpected situations. Let us show you how to ...

What Materials to Avoid in Non Toxic Dog Toys

Non-toxic Dog Toys Shouldn’t Be Cheap Every dog deserves a dog toy; we’d even recommend ­­having a whole bunch of them in your dog toy collection box. However, dog toys aren’t all made to the same standards. There are currently no regulations on the toxicity of materials used in dog toy ...

What You Didn’t Know About Dog Toys

What You Didn’t Know About the Toughest Plush Dog Toys After our dogs destroyed yet another supposedly tough plush dog toy, we've all been there, cleaning up the fluff our dogs left behind. The conflicting feeling between trying to understand your mutt and your hard-earned money that just went ...

Why Do Dogs Need Toys

Are Dog Toys to Keep Dogs Busy? When it comes to dogs being dogs, having them rip apart a toy is much better than your leather sofa. A good part of why dogs need toys is so that they can chew on things other than upholstery or other furniture. While boredom can always play a factor let’s dig a ...

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