4 Toys Your Dog Really Wants for Christmas
Great boredom buster!
Unique design allows for multiple treat placement, both in the outer “teeth” and the inner tube.
Rubber teeth massage gums and pick tartar between teeth, similar to brushing and flossing.
This design allows for a challenging yet fun experience, which can help prevent boredom and anxiety, and reduce or eliminate destructive chewing behavior.
Perfect for speed-eaters
Put your dog’s nose and brain to work by encouraging natural foraging skills. Slow down speed eaters by making them “hunt” for their food! Your dog’s nose and brain were made to hunt, track, burrow, sniff, and snort. They were made to WORK! Nose work or snuffling capitalizes on this natural desire to sniff and there’s no better time to do this work than during meal time!
Nose Work is great for dogs who are otherwise unable to be active, such as elderly or disabled dogs.
Rolls up for easy storage and transport.
Rewards your pet for correctly opening the various compartments. By correctly sliding the covers or lifting the flaps and cones, the rewards will be revealed. Vary the number and placement of treats to increase the level of difficulty.
Mental stimulation is just as important for your dog as physical stimulation. Encouraging your dog to self-entertain with interactive toys helps provide a simple and fun way to get mental exercise.
Unlike a “regular” toy, the flirt pole has the ability to combine the benefits and experience of both a tug toy AND a ball toy in one. It allows your dog to engage in a high chase game, experience the maximum prey movement of the toy (“the catch”), and continue to allow you to maintain control of the toy all at the same time. Done properly, this provides you with the ability to teach your dog self-control, improve targeting, and hone striking skills.