several different types of puppy toys so you can rotate them or replace them when your puppy destroys them.
Things You'll Need:
- Canvas Dog Toys
- Dog Balls With Handles
- Dog Bones
- Dog Toys
- Dog Treats
- Fleece Dog Toys
- Holiday Dog Toys
- Rawhide Chews For Dogs
- Rope Dog Toys
- Vinyl Dog Toys
Know that puppies love to chew. If you don't provide a puppy with adequate chew toys, she'll start chewing furniture and shoes.
Choose at least five toys for your puppy, and rotate them so she doesn't get bored.
Select toys that are made specifically for dogs, not for children or cats.
Buy a few vinyl squeak toys, but monitor play to be sure your puppy doesn't chew pieces off and choke.
Look at the fleece toys available. Puppies like these because they're soft and warm. Be sure pieces of fleece don't come off.
Tips & Warnings
- Buy some holiday toys for your puppy. You'll see a variety, including Santas, candy canes and reindeer.
- Look for puppy toys in pet stores, grocery stores, discount stores and online.
- Don't forget that a stick is sometimes the best toy of all!
- Never leave children's toys where your puppy can reach them. They're a choking hazard.
- Throw out any dog toys that tear or begin to come apart at all. The pieces could come off and choke your puppy.
How to Buy a Toy for a Puppy Provided by eHow.com