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Other toys and games that seem to be particularly attractive for dogs who cannot see include tug games, food balls (the type the dog noses around a room, dropping treats as it goes), squeaky toys, “Wiggly Giggly” balls, and stuffed Kongs.
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Wiggly Giggly Geo Ball is a one-of-a-kind toy. Just a nudge with a nose and the Wiggly Giggly makes a hilarious noise. You and you dog will not be able to resist these entertaining toys as they wiggle and giggle across the floor! Unique, non-electronic "air tubes" emit a hysterical giggling sound when toys are rolled and played with. No batteries! Made from durable, PVC plastic, each ball is weighted to roll in unpredicatable patterns. However, this toy is not for chewing. If your dog is a chewer, we recommend keeping this toy picked up until playtime. Wiggly Giggly Geo Ball measures 7 inches in diameter, good size for most dogs. Ball Dog Toys - Wiggly Giggly Geo Ball for Dogs $17.99 Sale $12.99 ..
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Years ago we had a Doberman that would hold a sqeaky toy in his mouth and squeak it for hours at a time, till it drove my husband mad and he took the toy away from the dog. Zak never tore up his toys--he just loved to hear them squeak.
Fast forward a couple of decades and now I have my second Boston Terrier. Both have loved to "disect" squeaky toys (the first one had a method--nose first, then ears, then appendages--second BT just starts shredding).
For my first BT I finally tried the Giggly Wiggly ball--she loved it! She tore up the small one that I got for her first but the big one she would shoulder around like a soccer ball for hours until she was exhausted. BT #2 has no interest in the Giggly Wiggly--I think he is a bit on the lazy side in some ways. He likes to be entertained but is not so much into entertaining himself. I don't know how much of the difference is due to the fact that BT #1 I had since a pup and BT #2 was an adult rescue with unknown history. He does like things that make noise, though.Playing games with your dogs or setting up an obstacle course are also good ways to keep boredom at bay. Play Frisbee with them or tug of war with a rope or even with a treat they have to sniff out. Kongs can be filled with peanut butter, biscuits or chewy snacks, and they can keep dogs occupied for quite a while. There are also puncture-resistant toys like Zogoflex, the Varsity Ball and the Jolly Ball that bounce, or balls that make noise like the Babble Ball, the Wiggly Giggly and the Wobble Wag Giggle. All of these are tough and durable and can provide hours of entertainment.