Have Some Fun With Your Puppy
Show your puppy a ball or toy and command him to "sit" or "wait". Throw the toy a short distance and encourage the puppy to both get the toy, but to come back to you. Coach him through the process by saying things like "get it" and "bring it" and make a big fuss for every successful stage of the game. End the game on a high note while it is still interesting to the puppy. This will also establish your authority.
The mechanics of a dog’s jaw - Hard-core chewing happens in the back of a dog’s jaw. An appropriately-sized, round, hollow ball is less susceptible to destruction because dogs cannot get it to the back of their jaw. Plus, being hollow, coupled with pliability, a toy will have ‘give’ which pleases those dogs who love to squish. And squish. And squish. If you have an aggressive chewer, you should look for a perfectly round, one-color toy.
Size – Make sure you are buying appropriately-sized toys for your dog. It will ensure a longer-lasting toy and a more enjoyable experience. Selecting the right size minimizes the risk and hazards of unwanted choking.
Know your pup – Check each toy for a durability rating or scale. Know how your dog chews and how aggressive of a chewer they are. Know if your dog enjoys picking with his front teeth or really likes trying to get toys back into their jowls.
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