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    Best Dog Toys for 2022

    Best Dog Toys for 2022

    What are the Best Dog Toys for 2022?

    When your dog is as enthusiastic about a toy as mine is, buy them something that will keep their attention for longer than five minutes. The Tuffy series, which we recommend for all dogs who like to play catch or carry around something soft in their mouth, has a thick body that can stand up to aggressive chew sessions. Check our favorites listed below:

    Reasons that Dogs Need Toys

    Dogs need toys to help them maintain their mental fitness, to satisfy their natural chewing instincts, and to assist in training.

    Dogs are intelligent animals who require stimulation and a job to do, which is why toys are important to their well-being. Dogs have been bred from working dogs to companions, but they still need something to do if they are not interested in learning tricks or solving problems. Chew toys will keep your dog entertained for hours and prevent them from chewing on inappropriate items such as furniture, pillows, or toilet paper rolls.

    List of Top 11 Best Dog Toys

    Ultimate Tug-O-Gear

    Throw away those weak and easily destructible dog toys. These Tuffy toys last for years. They are made with up to 3 layers of material that are bonded and sewn together for added durability. With up to 7 rows of stitching, these toys are super strong. Though these toys are built to last, they can still be destroyed by a determined pet. Be sure to supervise your pet while he plays with his tough new toy.

    Ultimate Flyer w. Squeakers

     

    The Ultimate Flyer is the toughest soft dog toy on the market today. We put it through rigorous testing, and it holds up to even the most aggressive dogs! The Ruff Tuff can float in water and is machine washable. Intended for interactive play and NOT for chewing.

    Tuffy No-Stuff Mega Ring

     

    The Tuffest soft dog toy in the world. You’ll be glad to know that it is built with multiple layers of material, which is stitched together over and over again to make one "tuff" layer! Squeakers are located inside protective pockets for your pet’s safety. This dog toy floats, which allows your canine to play with it in the water, and it also washes easily by hand or in the washing machine.

    Tuffy Junior Yellow Bone Dog Toy

     

    Tuffy toys like Junior Yellow Bone are specifically built to last. Compared to most regular dog toys, its 4 layers make the toy harder for your dog to tear apart. Most toys have just one thread of fabric holding it together, but Tuffy toys have up to 7 rows! It also has a webbing sewn around the outside edge that makes the toy even stronger. And though these toys are built to last, no toy is indestructible. Tuffy toys should never be left with your dog when unsupervised, as he or she may attempt to destroy it, and you will be unable to put it back together again.

    Tuffy Octopus

     

    The Octopus is the sturdiest dog toy we've found yet. It has up to 4 layers of fabric and can float in water, making it perfect for games of fetch. Plus, it's machine washable and air dry!

    Tuffy Zoo Animals Bears

     

    The Tuffy Zoo Animals Bears toys are constructed from layers of material that are bonded, sewn together and then wrapped with rope for added durability. This toy floats in water and can be machine washed (air dry). Tuffy toys are designed for interactive play, so they're not chew toys. The TuffScale rates this toys a 7 out of 10 on the Durability scale.

     Tuffy Mega Boomerang

     

    The Tuffy Mega Boomerang Dog Toy is one of the toughest dog toys on the market for aggressive chewers! The outer layer of this dog toy is made with luggage-grade material and cross-stitched for extra durability. This dog toy floats, so you can play fetch in the pool or lake! Available in three different designs: tiger, brick, or chain link design pattern.

    Tuffy Ultimate Ring             

     

    The Tuffy Ultimate Ring is a plush-style toy that’s much more durable than most others on the market. Tuffy Ultimate Rings are designed for interactive games of tug-of-war, fetch, and more—not unattended chewing. The floating Tuffy Ultimate Ring feels great in your dog’s mouth, and it provides a fun alternative to the teething toy your dog gets when at the lake. Soft toys aren’t really ideal for dogs who like to chew things into tiny pieces.

     Tuffy Ocean Larry Lobster Dog Toy

     

    The multiple layers of material in this toy lobster make it a good choice for dogs that are known to destroy toys. The webbing around the edges makes it harder for dogs to tear through weaker points, as they can with toys that have a single seam down the middle. Also, you can throw it in water to tire out your dog during playtime.

     Tuffy Silly Squeakers Soda Can Canine Cola Dog Toy

     

    Tuffy Silly Squeaker Soda Can Dog Toys be hilarious squeaky toys that will have your dog in an instant fit of laughter—and they're great for playing fetch or posting pics of your dog on social media. They come in bright, eye-catching colors that make the can look like a real soda can.

     

    Tuffy Food Banana Squeaker Dog Toy

     

    Tuffy's Funny Food Banana Squeaker Dog Toy is so durable, it's one of the few toys that can be washed and dried in a home washing machine (air dry) without falling apart. Other toys may have only one layer of stitching--the Tuffy has up to seven rows of stitching to make it extra durable! The toy is built to last, but no toy is indestructible. It's important to remember that this is designed for interactive play, not as a chew toy.

    What Kind of Toys do Dogs Love the Most?

    We've put together this list of the best dog toys out there, so you can find something your dog will love. With a wide variety of toys to choose from, you're sure to find something for the unique needs of your pup. These are toys that our dogs go crazy for!

    Outward Hound Dog Tornado Puzzle

    A busy dog is a happy dog, and these puzzle toys give your pet a mental workout just as good as any physical exercise. I use this puzzle toy to keep my dog busy. The puzzle has three swiveling trays that you can conceal treats in. He must use his snout to spin the trays to reveal compartments containing treats. The toy was worth every penny because it keeps his brain sharp and him entertained for hours.

    Chuckit!

    Our dog loves to run around and fetch, but she has a tendency to rip tennis balls apart after a few weeks. The Chuckit! Ultra-Balls are very resilient and don't get destroyed as easily as old tennis balls. They also hold up better to dog slobber, don't pick up mud as much and can be washed easily.

    Wild Knots Bears Durable Dog Toy

     This toy is a great investment for dog owners. It keeps dogs entertained and is durable enough to last a long time. The squeakers are fun for them, and it usually ends up being the one my dog cuddles with at night before bed.

    Kong Extreme Dog Toy

    My two dogs are both extremely food driven. When I know I'm going to be away for a few hours, I stuff the Kong toys with cheese or peanut butter (or both), and my dogs remain content for the duration of my absence.

    Fluff and Tuff Ball

    Because this ball is so durable, my dog has become obsessed with it. She won't let go of it for weeks, even though it takes up more space than she does! I can tell she misses it when I throw it out and buy her a new one. Even torn to shreds, the Fluff and Tuff ball is her favorite toy by far.

    Aerobie Dogobie Disc

    Our dog loves his Dogobie flying disc. We've had it for 14 years, and it's still going strong. Made of flexible silicone, it's virtually indestructible and easy for me to toss as well as our dog to retrieve thanks to its bright colors. It's also easy to find if he loses it in the brush since they're so bright. He's getting on in years now, but he still gets excited when we bring out his Dogobie flying disc.

    Outward Hound Dog Hide N' Slide Puzzle

    I never leave home without this dog treat puzzle. It's my go-to toy whenever I don't have time to take my chihuahua mix on a long walk. The puzzle is made of food-grade plastic (the same stuff peanut butter jars are made of) and the dog treats come in an assortment of shapes that are easy to fit into the holes. Just hide the toy somewhere in your house while your pup is watching and let him sniff it out!

    FAQ

    Do dogs really need toys?

    Although toys are often overlooked as being important to a dog's well-being, toys are an essential part of a dog's life. A dog that is mentally engaged will be less prone to destructive chewing and inappropriate elimination, as well as getting into much less mischief than one that is bored. Not only will it keep your dog mentally engaged, but it may also help modify bad behaviors and provide an outlet for destructive chewing.

    What kind of toys do dogs love the most?

    Dogs have differing levels of energy and preferences for play activities, so choosing the appropriate toys for your dog requires a basic understanding of their needs. Active toys, such as balls and frisbees, are ideal for interactive play. Ropes and woven toys are best suited for tugging, while puzzle toys and treat-dispensers appeal to a dog's natural inclination to solve problems. The most important quality in an enrichment toy is how effectively it satisfies your dog's instinctual need to chew. Chew toys that are too hard can damage your dog's teeth. A rubber, treat-stuffed Kong toy is an ideal solution because it satisfies these instincts while also keeping your pet busy when you're otherwise occupied. Finally, comfort toys may include stuffed animals or other plush objects that provide companionship during anxious or restless periods.

    What are the best dog toys for chewers?

    It's natural for dogs to chew, but many people take precautions to prevent their dogs from chewing on items that could cause injury. Do not give your dog cooked bones, since they can splinter and get stuck in the animal's intestines or throat. Nylabones and Kongs are hard rubber chews that can stand up to a dog's bite. Remember to always consult with your veterinarian when it comes to choosing toys for your dog.