Dog toys that don’t cost an arm and a leg

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We all love our furry friends, but we also know the financial costs of having a pet. From the food to the grooming that needs to be done, there are many costs to consider. On top of that, we also need to provide entertainment for our pets, including toys. But some toys are super expensive….and then some of the cheaper toys get destroyed in a matter of minutes. Fortunately for you, we have some products that aren’t only quality, but they are under $12. 

First on our list is the Chuckit! Ultra Ball from Canine Hardware. These balls are an upgrade from the classic tennis balls that dogs love so much. For one they have a high-bounce rubber making them great for fetching. Furthermore, they’re a lot easier to clean and aren’t going to get soggy if they’re thrown into the pool.

Second on our list is the KONG Classic from KONG which is a classic dog toy. For well over 30 years, Kong has been making these cheap and great dog toys. They are great for stuffing treats in them too–which gives even the little guys something to keep them occupied.

If you can’t be bothered about rubber toys, one great alternative is the Ethical Mini Skinneeez Raccoon Stuffingless Dog Toy from Spot  While chew toys are great and stuffed animals are fun, there is always the struggle of cleaning up sometimes. With this little raccoon, your dog gets to have a lot of fun with it, but also saves you the struggle of cleaning up all the stuffing too. On top of that, this raccoon is still quite durable making it great for plenty of tug-o-war.

Another classic toy is the frisbee. For this one though we’re looking at the Booda Tail-Spin Flyer from Booda. The big reason why is while plastic frisbees are great, the plastic can be harder for dog teeth. With this product, it works just like any other frisbee, but is more flexible, making it more gentle on dog teeth and gums too.

Over the years, companies have created more toys for dogs and one that stands out is puzzle toys. They are loads of fun for dogs who get bored easily, as these puzzle toys force the dog to focus and require a lot of determination. That being said, they can usually be very expensive. This isn’t the case with Seek-a-Treat Shuffle Bone by Ethical Products. Shaped like a bone, this puzzle is made of wood making it a durable product that can provide loads of entertainment.

The final product that we’ll cover is the GoCooper Cotton Dental Teaser Rope Chew Teeth Cleaning Dog Toy from GoCooper. While there may be a cleaning situation on your hands with this product, this dog toy is made out of cotton 100%. That being said, the clean up is well worth it especially since this dog toy helps in keeping your dog’s teeth clean and healthy too.

What is your dog’s favorite dog toy? How long have you had it for? Let us know in the comments below!

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