Executive Summary about indestructible dog toys By Douglas Hanna
What I eventually discovered is that, to be honest, no dog toy is completely indestructible except maybe one made out of cast iron - assuming your dog would be happy with a cast iron chew toy. The fact is aggressive chewers like our Dalmatian will eventually chew up even the toughest of toys.
Here are the costs of three typical tough dog toys:
Stone Bone Durable Dog Toy -- $12.95
Hurley Indestructible Dog Toy -- $8.99
What to look for in a tough dog toy
Round dog toys are better than flat ones because it's just more difficult for a dog to destroy a round one than a flat one. If your dog likes the water, get a toy that will float. If your dog is big into chewing, like our Dalmatian, you should consider a rubber toy like the Kong or the Nylabone or the Hurley Indestructible Dog Toy. While these toys are not truly indestructible, they will keep your dog chewing happily for many months.
If your dog is a heavy chewer, you should stay away from stuffed dog toys or rope toys. Finally, be sure to check the dog toys from time to time for signs of wear. You might also remember to rotate the dog toys from time to time to keep your dog interested.
Dog Destroys Or EATS His Toys
Executive Summary about indestructible dog toys By Cassandra Hoffman
If you've noticed your dog eating his toys, it's probably quite the scare. If your dog is like mine, you think he needs dog toys for aggressive chewers!
He needs dog toys that are indestructible!
What if I told you that indestructible dog toys may NOT be the way to go, for all dogs? You have probably heard of KONG brand dog toys. You know that even the "indestructible" dog toys aren't always safe, for all dogs... Dogs need real BONES.