We fully believe training should be fun and these toys are fun for all! Of course, our top three choices for training toys follow our standard of safe and responsible pet care.
Our Top 3 Fun Toys for Training Your Dog
1. Scent Recognition
Use the Stuff ‘N Fetch It dog training toy to teach a variety of skills including scent recognition, retrieving, contra-band training, and search & rescue training. Fill with treats or scenting materials then toss or hide the pouch. When your dog returns it reward with a treat. Velcro closure makes it easy to access.
Katie’s Bumpers are made from tough, pre-consumer recycled fire hose material. Machine wash and air dry. Great for land, water or snow. Made in USA.
My husband is still dreaming of someday having a dog that will play fetch with him, so far none of ours have been even remotely interested in a long term commitment to chasing and retrieving any object. So don’t despair if you’re struggling teaching your dog fetch, some dogs just aren’t interested. For those of you lucky enough to have a dog that loves to fetch, here are some great toys to increase the fun! Of course, our top three choices for playing fetch follow our standard of safe and responsible pet care.
Our Top 3 Toys for Playing Fetch with Your Dog
1. A Cheerful Pet Woolzee, Boiled Wool Ball
When it comes to fetch, a classic ball is all most dogs need. Woolzees™ are fun for all pets, and are made out of 100% all natural boiled wool and are perfect for playing a light game of fetch indoors. The renewable wool is colored with all natural dyes and a solid wool center with no poly fill makes them safe. Designed in America and then handcrafted by artisans in Nepal, each piece is individually handmade therefore, each product you receive will truly be a one-of-a-kind piece of art! Woolzees are fair-trade products which provide employment for craftswomen in Nepal.
Why not just a tennis ball? There are mixed reviews about whether or not tennis balls are toxic for dogs and the best study we can find, by HealthyStuff.org, provides individual ratings of various brands of tennis balls and their chemical test results. To view the study click here.