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Recently, we asked you via and page which toys your dogs like best and why. Here's what you said: chew toys, rubber toys, ropes, tug toys, balls, socks, stuffed toys and, oddly enough, plastic bottles.
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This toy is made of a mixture of non-toxic phalate, rubber and latex. While the Tux can still withstand aggressive chewers like Pit Bulls, it’s not as tough as some rubber toys on the market. Make sure to always keep an eye on your dog as she plays, in case she manages to tear off a large chunk of rubber. This can be a choking hazard. Plastic and rubbery dog toys like this chew bone, may contain dangerous levels of poisonous chemicals.
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Photo provided by FlickrYou’d think there are just the hard rubbery or plastic kinds, and the flimsy, squeaky kinds of dog toys for aggressive chewers.
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Most dog owners will agree, solid rubber dog toys are the toughest type out of all the toy categories. These are often made for the heavy chewers and meant to be “almost indestructible”. – The KONG Extreme toys are made in the USA from Ultra-Flex carbon black rubber and is the most durable rubber in the KONG product line-up. Being able to withstand the strength of strong jaws, KONG Extreme Dog Toys are the type often used by police, military K-9 teams, and AKC competition trainers. For the destructive chewer, you cannot go wrong with a black Kong Extreme Dog Toy. However, it may be too tough for some dogs—Spock, for example, found the Kong Extreme TOO tough…preferring the made from a softer rubber material.For aggressive chewers, I would recommend the and lines of chew toys. Kong Blue is 25% stronger than regular (red) Kong toys and is made of radio-opaque rubber, allowing it to easily show up on x-rays if pieces are accidentally ingested by your dog. Kong Extreme products, being puncture resistant and the strongest of Kong materials, are made for the most serious chewers.3) Power Chewers – These dogs are usually strong, determined chewers who require more discretion when it comes to selecting toys. Choose durable, interactive play toys along with hard rubber toys. Sizing up is also helpful when picking toys for Power Chewers.2) Average Chewers –These dogs love to play with all kinds of toys and will often carry toys around with them. They can be destructive with plush and fabric toys but rarely are destructive with rubber toys.According to a presentation by the conference, many of the plastic and rubbery toys and fetching batons that our dogs chew on and play with every day, contain dangerous chemicals that may be harmful to their health.