Because your dog’s toys need a home too.

Tiny dogs need tiny toys. We carry a large variety of fun toys for your toy dog or puppy.
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Dogs love toys, and the thing they love most about toys is destroying them. At least, that’s the case with so-called aggressive chewers, who have a knack for shredding whatever plaything you put in front of them – be it plush, plastic, or rope. If your dog fits this description, you probably have a heap of eviscerated and mangled toys somewhere in your home.
There are three basic chewing styles when it comes to dogs and their toys.
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I've heard a lot of people say that toy breeds are all dainty, prissy little dogs that yap and bark loud all the time. Many of my friends also said are and how difficult they are to train. Some future dog owners assume that all toy dog breeds need to be pampered, and they do whatever they want, whenever they want. C.G.E. Wimhurst, The Complete Book of Toy Dogs (New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1969), 204.
Photo provided by FlickrCited in Viva Leone Ricketts, All about Toy Dogs (New York: Howell Books, 1965), 134.
Photo provided by FlickrFavorite toys for small dogs alone for long periods
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The Bolognese is a small breed of dog of the Bichon type, originating in Italy. The name refers to the central Italian city of Bologna. It is part of the Toy dog group and is considered a companion dog. They love attention, and make good house pets. They are good at socializing with other dogs, big and small.Squeakers are always the first to go – and for many dogs, once the squeak is gone, so is their interest. The solution? Multiple squeakers, of course. This plush mat has several squeakers sewn inside, giving your ruthless toy offing pooch more than one target to work on.Pitbulls, Labs, and other powerful breeds are known for being strong chewers, but even tiny dogs can wreck toys in no time if they put their minds to it. The worst thing about it – aside from the possibility of your dog swallowing indigestible pieces – is the money you waste on toys that only keep your dog entertained for a few hours (or even a few minutes).Everyone suffers from boredom from time to time. It’s only natural for dogs to feel it too. Too often they can be left alone for long hours and get themselves into trouble when they’re bored. So I got together with Spartacus and put together a list of great DIY dog toys you can make to bust the boredom, for both you and your pup.Dental bones are great for cleaning your dog’s teeth, but most of them can’t withstand the fury of an extreme chewer for very long. This toy is designed specifically for heavy chewers, so it stands a much better chance of holding up. That said, really tenacious pups might be able to chew off little pieces of this, so it’s best to check the toy’s condition periodically. Despite the constant media comments about how we pamper our pets, toys are no mere luxury. Experts say that dogs need them, and need more than one kind. That doesn’t mean more bells and whistles, just different types. Toys can take the edge off a bad day, like a stress ball you squeeze when you’re mad. Softer toys a dog can “baby” satisfy gentler instincts. Frisbees, balls and tugs are ways to share the fun, while squeaky playthings cry out for attack.