Does your dog shred toys as if they’re paper? Some pups just have a bit more strength and stamina when it comes to chewing. While no toy is truly indestructible, finding one that holds up to those super chompers can often seem challenging. Not to worry though we brought our chewsiest pups together to find the best toys.
If you wish to challenge your enthusiastic chewer to the durability test, give these a try:
Toys similar to Max the Marching Penguin are meant for the chewsiest of pups. While they can be fun to throw and chomp on by themselves, the best part of these toys- they can be stuffed with your dog’s favorite treats. Keeping a chewsy pup occupied is the best way to make sure that they are not chewing on anything they shouldn’t be.
While it might seem that rubber toys can be a little bit boring, toys similar to the Sledgehog bring a little bit more to the table. With the fun ridges a came of fetch with this toy can be a little bit more challenging, just make sure that it is not bouncing into anything fragile. Once your pup gets a hold of this toy, they can get to champion’ to reveal the squeaker that really gets those tails wagging’.
For pup’s that just love to chew nylon bones, similar to Benebones, can be a great option. Nylon bones are made to withstand master chompers without the possibility of splintering like natural bones. Available in a variety of flavors, nylon bones are a must have for any Super Chewer.
It’s always good to keep some solid rope toys around for your Super Chewer. Toys like the Scared Stiff Scarab or the Shuck n’ Chuck Corn Cob are made for those tough chompers and keep them occupied with a game of tug.
If your dog seems to get a little bored of the same toys over and over, then a Super Chewer BarkBox is the route to go. A new box of toys, treats and chews each month is definitely enough to get that tail wagging’. The boxes feature a variety of the most durable toys Bark has to offer and come with our fluff free guarantee.