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Toy suggestions for puppies

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Gumdrop Tue 22-Feb-05 13:24:49

I have to say thanks to Milliways for her suggestion on another thread about putting chews in a kong for a pup to play with. It worked a treat.

I've discovered today that the stacking cups that the children have outgrown and were goingin the bin are also a fab toy for Tilly. She had a great time throwing them, rolling them, chewing them and wearing them. And I was ROFL when I saw her wearing one on her head like a hat.

Anybody got any other toy suggestions, please? thanks

polly28 Tue 22-Feb-05 13:28:47

you can get a ball with holes in it that you put treats in,my dog used to spend ages trying to get them out.

my dog loved chewing plastic bottles ,big one litre ones with a treat in to tantalize!!

BethAndHerBrood Tue 22-Feb-05 18:26:24

My dog likes the carton that the milk comes in (6 pint one). She can chase it all over the floor, and still pick it up, by the handle!!!

milliways Wed 23-Feb-05 15:52:53

My dog loves a baby ball - about 6 inches diameter with dimples (for toddlers to hold) and v.thick placstic so lasts for ages - got it at a jumble sale. Also loves the leg cut off an old pair of jeans, tied in a knot - great for tugging games.

We also play Hide & seek with him. He brings us a small ball and we tell him to stay in one room whilst we hide it, come back to him & say "go fetch it then". The kids love finding new places to put it and the dog just loves this - but occasionally runs back looking worried if not found and needs a clue!!

Chandra Wed 23-Feb-05 15:55:47

Fizzy drink bottles are great, a bit noisy but they love them.

Anytoy that has extremities that can be shaken is great.

Gumdrop Wed 23-Feb-05 16:35:57

Thanks for these - much appreciated

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