Riley has an assortment of dog toys varying from tennis balls to soft toys- includes her favourite Pete.
Here we will review 3 of her favourite toys.
-Soft squeaky toys
SOFT SQUEAKY TOYS
OK these are probably Riley’s favourite toys because they are nice and cuddly and good for getting your attention/annoying you if you are ignoring her.
These scores are out 10
Cuddle factor: 9
Clean factor: 3, It has to go in the washing machine every now and then (especially if your dog likes to drool on it then drag it around the garden).
Keeping her occupied factor: 5
Good points: She loves to snuggle up to them and you can swap it to get your slipper that she’s chewing back.
Bad points: Need washing quite a lot and the squeaking can get a bit annoying
Where you can buy them: Most pet stores also you can buy baby toys (with no easily chewable bits on)
AVG price: £3-£10
Riley isn’t a massive tennis ball fan but she does love a bit of football.
Cuddle factor: 2
Clean factor: 4, for tennis balls (get stuff stuck to them). 2, for footballs and most other balls.
Keep her occupied: If your playing with her then 8, but if your not then about 2
Good points: If you are playing then she won’t get bored, just tired. They are generally inexpensive and there are many sorts.
Bad points: Can easily get lost in hedges and can be ripped apart by strong dogs.
Where you can buy them: Pet shops and sports stores
AVG price: 50p- £7
Tuggie is a good game to play with your dog to get them revved up and excited.
Cuddle factor: 2
Clean factor: 3
Keep her occupied: 1 if left with it by herself but 8 if someone will play too.
Good points: Easy to keep clean and good to get her attention and for training as a reward.You can get them in different sizes to suit your dog
Bad points: Can be ripped up into a mess.
Where you can buy them: Most pet stores.
AVG price: £3- £6