Since heavy chewers come in all sizes, our Dogwood Stick Toy is available in a wide range of dimensions.
Throw The Stick, a perfect retrieving toy for medium to large dogs, and safe for use in pools and almost anyplace where there’s water. Made of durable rubber that is safe on teeth and gums, non-toxic and tear and puncture resistant.The Stick measures 12" Long, 1" diameterFor smaller dogs, get a hold of The Twig, sold separately.
A dog toy is a that is specifically for to play with. Dog toys come in many varieties, including dog bones, toys, , tug toys, aids, , discs and , toys, and sticks.
Monkey Stick Dog Toy – Teca Tu - A Pawsworthy Pet Emporium
Teca Tu - A Pawsworthy Pet Emporium — Monkey Stick Dog Toy
Chew and Chomp! Our Huge Monkey Stick is such a great option for big dogs. All parts of this monkey squeak- hands, feet, ears, nose and body. Plus there is a squeaker for every mood- the monkey`s body squeakers sound more primate than the high-pitched perimeter squeakies. For dogs whose bark is worse than their bite! Great for mammoth chewers. Made with plush and thick berber fleece. Stuffed monkey dog toys are great for big dogs. Lead free dog toy. Pets should be supervised when playing with toys as no toy is completely indestructible.@Remy C — I think most dog toys have some function, in that they provide a service (entertainment) for a pet that can’t be found abundantly elsewhere. Nothing free and in nature has the properties of a kong, so I understand why dog owners buy kongs for their dogs. I don’t think kongs are unitaskers. But a stick? That’s not something you need to buy. They’re everywhere.She loves it!!! In my defense, she has a bad habit of swallowing things that are soft enough for her to bite chunks off of them (like regular sticks). This is super-hard plastic (like a regular Nylabone), but its just shaped differently. She’s been chewing on the same one every single day for the past 9-10 months – best dog toy I ever bought!Floating dog toy, with a squeaker. I don’t know of too many squeaking sticks “found everywhere.” I sure don’t want to toss sticks into my pool either.During my first visit to the vet after getting my dog, another owner came in with her adult dog, with a stick embedded in the roof of its mouth. For that reason, I never throw sticks for my dog to fetch– we use other dog toys instead. This looks to me no different than any other dog toy; simply designed to look like a stick, and feels far safer–Fake stick isn’t really any different to any other dog fetch toy like a tennis ball. This one is pretty expensive, you can get them for about $5.