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What's the Best Dog Toy?

Share Your Dog's Favorite and Natural Dog Toys

What is the best dog toy? There are lots of choices: dog tug toys, an interactive dog toy, tough dog toys, natural dog toys and many more. Use dog toy reviews to help you choose a long lasting fun toy.

Use this page to share your favorite dog toy (or more precisely, your dog's favorite toy). There are many different toys available and many different manufacturers; some better than others. Help us find the best-made toys.

We'd like to know who you think are the best dog toy manufacturers, the best products and the best materials for long lasting play.

Dogs need to play. Without play, dogs get bored, depressed and often get into trouble (like chewing the leg of your favorite chair, or eating your socks, or chomping on your shoes!).

The best type of play, from a dog's point of view, is the type of play that engages others: you, the family, friends and other dogs. Dogs enjoy interactive dog toys that allow them to run around and play fetch or hide and seek.

A Dog Tug Toy: Our Dog Acts as if it's the Best Dog Toy Around

Our dog's favorite interactive toy is one that can be thrown and retrieved, but one that is also a dog tug toy (it needs to be well made and close to indestructible!). Harley will bring her toy to one of the family and drop it on the floor in front of us - she's telling us she wants to play.

During the winter months, we often go to the tennis court in a neighborhood park and have two dog tug toys to play with. One is a durable rubber ring that we throw and she fetches. The other is a rope toy that we throw for her and she wants to hang on to and tug play with. We play tug with her until she starts moving her head back and forth, then we will drop our end of the toy before she gets too carried away. When we leave the park, Harley is tired and happy - and so are we!

Make Sure You Buy Tough Dog Toys

Many dogs also enjoy a dog toy that they can chew, which need to be made of very tough dog toy materials - or you will be replacing those toys frequently at some cost.

Some dogs also enjoy playing with plush dog toys; they almost treat them like their own babies.

However, for many dogs, plush toys are simply something to chew or tear apart - do not leave your dog unsupervised with a plush toy (in case your pet swallows some of the parts - most of which are not natural dog toys materials or products).

Your Favorite and Best Dog Toy Reviews:

If you have a favorite dog toy review or recommendation - one that your pooch loves - please share it with us.

We'd like to hear about natural dog toys, tough dog toys, toys for chewing, dog toys for throwing, rope dog toys, water dog toys, and whatever else you and your dog would like to recommend!

It's your turn to share your favorite best dog toy recommendation with us!

What's Your Dog's Favorite Toy? Is it One of the Best Dog Toys You've Seen?

Does your dog have a favorite toy? What's so good about it? Where did you find it? Does it last? Share your dog's favorite toy!

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