Finding the Perfect Indestructible Dog Toy

indestructible dog toys

The best indestructible dog toys are those that can last through days of vigorous chewing their way through everything in sight. The dogs we watch on TV don’t seem to mind doing this! I’m certain they could if the dog toys were made from materials that could withstand their teeth. Well, there aren’t many materials that can withstand the brutal actions that some dogs with advanced chewing habits can take. So, what is it that makes these dog toys indestructible?

Dogs love to chew. It is an integral part of their survival instincts. They will eat anything if they can find a good opportunity to do so. The best indestructible dog toys were designed by experts to withstand constant gnawing and chewing. Often times successfully!

Indestructible Dog Toys

A dog sitting in the grass

The first step to making any toy indestructible is to make sure that it is made from materials that are hard, durable, and will not break easily when the strongest gust of wind hits it. Many dog toys were not designed with durability in mind. Plastic is fine for mild chewer puppies, but plastic is not the best material for a strong chewer who prefers to bite into stronger items. It also doesn’t allow the puppy to exercise the natural tendencies of wanting to bite down on things. Toys made of nylon, PVC, or some other material that is soft, yet durable and will not break apart under repeated attacks from the pup’s teeth are the best choices for indestructible dog toys.

Another great type of indestructible dog toy that is strong yet resilient is the rubber ball. Rubber balls are an excellent choice for puppies who are more aggressive in nature. They offer a fun activity for biting and chewing while being non-aversive to a puppy who will be content to let the ball roll across the floor and get knocked over.

A few toys that will last the test of time are made of wood or heavy-duty plastic. Wooden toys with a rubber ball inside are popular. While they are not indestructible, they are strong enough to withstand the occasional mischievous nibble from a hyperactive pup. Pups who like to chew can have hours of fun using their teeth to pull and push the ball across the floor.

A Much Ado

A dog sticking his head out of a car

For those who are looking for a more permanent solution for their toys that will last through a lot of playtimes, a tennis ball is a perfect answer. Tennis balls are small, portable, and easy to carry around. They offer portability without being too large, and they offer exercise as well. They are most often made of either vinyl or neoprene and are available in a variety of bright colors. They are ideal for use in indoor or outdoor play areas and because they can be carried around without causing any damage, they make an excellent choice for a toy for puppies and older dogs alike.

If your dog or puppy likes to chew on plastic, you might want to look into purchasing a toy with powerful jaws. Dogs have powerful jaws and puppies are no different. Puppies will chew on just about anything they can get their mouth around. Because they have powerful jaws, these indestructible toys with squeaky toys can keep their mouths occupied for long periods of time. Because these toys have strong teeth and strong chewed parts, they are great options for keeping dogs busy for hours at a time.

Bottom Line

If you are looking for an ideal toy that has powerful jaws and can be carried around, but you do not want it to be chewed or damaged, then you may want to consider purchasing squeaky toys. Although squeaky toys are not indestructible dog toys, they are strong enough to withstand chewing without becoming damaged. Most squeak toys are made of a hard rubber material that is strong enough to withstand a puppy’s strong teeth. There are many different kinds of squeak toys available and most of them have strong, durable teeth. Because these toys cannot be chewed, there is no chance that your dog is going to put the toy in his mouth and choke on it.

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