These toys are going out this Halloween to be chewed and shredded rather than spook the pants off your pup, though I can’t say they won’t make some humans look twice. Even if your dog declines to be part of the treak-or-treating scene (costume and all), it doesn’t mean he can’t get in on the fun with a monster collection of Halloween toys to die for.
It sees you when you’re sleeping, it knows when you’re awake, and it’s definitely not Santa. This bouncy glow-in-the-dark eyeball is still attached to the optic nerve (a.k.a. t-shirt rope) of the monster whose head it was yanked out of, and is now at the mercy of your seeing-EYE dog.
Listen, this monster is a total catch. He’s got beautiful green eyes, pearly white teeth, freshly-sharpened fingernails, and doggone it, he’s purple. What dog can resist the total package? Don’t answer that, there aren’t any. Bertie is stuffed full o’ fluff, charm, and a very satisfying grunt squeaker.
Alfie is either the winged dog of your dreams or your nightmares, depending on whether or not you prefer your pups with horns. He’s got a thick coat that’s GREAT for dogs who would rather rip the fuzz off a tennis ball than fetch one, and a variety of textures including plush, mesh, and that oh-so-silky hair.
Pop a few of your dog’s favorite treats inside this gutted pumpkin, place the top back on, and toss it. It won’t take an Einstein-ian pup to find the goods, but then he’ll have a super crinkly gourd with a fuzzy pumpkin-gut rope to swing, shred, and toss for hours.
Ballistic nylon seams are the only things holding the tee-pee on this mummy, though determined dogs will uncover the tomb treasure of 16 SQUEAKERS below all that embalmed fuzz. There’s a new king in the pyramid as far as your pup’s concerned.
Pongo might look like an amoeba you saw under the microscope in 7th grade, but he’s a lot more interesting now that he’s grown a few million times his size. Pups can put their paws in the air and make some serious noise with the 3 eyeball squeakers and giant disc squeaker in his fuzzy green body, and YOU can join the fun by tugging the other end of the t-shirt rope.
There’s definitely something twisted about Twistleton, particularly with his long t-shirt rope arms that are just asking for a good game of tug. He’s got bushy eyebrows to woo any pup into falling for his charm and getting to know him inside and out—and I mean REALLY inside. There’s a bonus ball in there, friends.
If you’d like a break in the cacophony of squeakers, try some rattling on for size. Ricky’s not interested in blood, but he’ll have no problem luring pups in with his thick fur, tuggable wings, and a belly full of heat-sealed water bottle material and tummy-safe cornstarch beads. The only sharp edges you’ll find are his fangs (and they’re just stitched on to his mouth).
If dogs had thumbs and could hold their own selfie stick, these luscious red lips would make one doggone good picture. Well, if they even show up on film. The hidden spiky ball makes it easy for pups to hold onto their new fangs juuuust long enough to capture their good looks before they sprouts wings and vanish.
Zoe has seen better days, but being undead definitely makes this squirrel easier to catch. She’s chock full of hard-packed fluff and squeakers with an alluringly bushy tail perfect for shredding, and strong seams to make total destruction that much tougher.