Archive for February, 2012
Buying toys for your pet is an exciting and pleasurable experience and with such a rich variety available, the only problem is that you could be spoilt for choice. In your enthusiasm to buy your pet the best puppy toys, keep in mind that the focus should be more on durability than fancy toys that could get spoilt quickly. Remember that your puppy may be rough with its toys and especially during the teething period would want to chew on them or swallow them whole without being aware of the consequences. Hence toys that do not contain harmful chemicals and that are durable should be your main purchase and even if you have to pay more for them, they are worth the money.
Most puppy trainers are also of the opinion that you should not confuse your puppy with toys of many kinds and colours all at once. They recommend a rotation of toys on a regular basis so that interest is sustained and the puppy learns to recognise the type of toys as well as differences in colour in a gradual manner.