We are sure your little pet loves to play fetch! Being the most entertaining game for dogs. This remarkable game is a magnificent way to train your dog, reinforces the connection within you and your pup. Everything has its benefits and so does this! Play fetch any time, indoors or outdoors, whenever your dog requires to burn some additional strength.

Do you own a large breed dog?

Maybe a labrador or a Retriever, these breeds are predisposed to love playing fetch. 

If you own a smaller breed dog, these miniature pups can enjoy fetching too, but only if the size suits them and of course weight.

Switch toys and experiment with the new ones for your dog's mental stability. Take a glance at fascinating offbeat high-quality games to venture out with your little pup!

What Makes a Quality Fetch Toy

While picking a toy for your pet to fetch, be assured it's reliable, strong, and enjoyable for your dog!

Products that are made with easily washable and non-toxic materials are more stable. 

They should be light on your dog's teeth – hard one might create severe dental decay if your dog bites down too strong and breaks a tooth, which might need costly tooth removals. 

Tennis balls might be easy to throw, they can be a serious choking hazard when your pet runs to grab them, particularly mid-air. 

Mother nature isn't very healthy too at producing fetch toys! 

Wood stocks can be hazardous for pups to grab and bite. It is very easy to launch and fun to grasp but it jumps in loads of different ways so it keeps your dog fancy! It should glide when you play fetch in the water and should be washable for easy cleaning. 

Fetch Toys for Small Dogs

In case you own a pint-sized pup, this game can be a really fun way to burn their strength! It is highly suggested to the new owners not to throw the toy as far or as high as you would with a large, long-legged dog.

There are very few choices for small dog fetch toys:

1. Stuffed Toys

Stuffed dog playthings can be phenomenal fetch toys for little dogs, as they are lightweight and comfortable for little puppies to seize and give them back to you. 

2. Balls

Small balls are excellent for fetch with your diminutive dog, just prevent choking with a safe size. The ball should be bigger than your dog's windpipe and wide enough to not get pricked behind their back teeth. 

3. Fetch Stick

Is your little puppy fond of sprigs and branches to fetch? Without getting hurt, there is a great fetch toy that pleases your dog's wish to reclaim sticks. It's accessible in a small size, only 1-inch in diameter, and not long or heavy enough which makes it accessible for small breeds to clutch and regain. 

4. Discs and Frisbees

Little dogs can be very skilled disc pups and frisbee-catchers! Look for a less circumference and lighter weight frisbee or disc, and made of a lighter material that won't degrade your dog's teeth when they grab it. 


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