We like to challenge our dogs with more difficult toys from which to extract their food. We've had the ones listed on this page for years and they hold up well and are easy to wash.
Some of the Zogoflex toys you can put treats in so dogs have to work to get them out. Others are just for play or light chewing. These are just a few of the toys they offer. The Qwizl is good for putting a few treats in and very difficult to chew up. At least [...]
We use these Busy Buddy toys all the time with our dogs. We load them with our Peak Power Dog Treats or fill and freeze them with our Peak Power Snack Stuffer. They are great toys to help burn off energy by making them work for their food. [...]
The December 2011 issue of Prevention Magazine had an article by Lisa Hoehn called The Best Chew Toys to Choose. Did you know there is no governmental oversight for the manufacturing of dogs’ chew toys? According to the article, many toys are made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC) that include the chemicals called phthalates. Chewing products [...]
I solicited feedback from as many people as possible on this topic back in September 2010. What are your dog's favorite things to chew on? Allowable and unallowable items. Is your dog a heavy duty chewer? If so, what have you found that he or she loves to chew on but can't destroy? From Romeo [...]