Friday, June 24, 2016

A Toy Story

Like your precious baby at home, your pet puppy needs toys too.

 One of the greatest benefits of allowing your puppy to play with toys is to avoid boredom and at the same time it is an excellent way to provide mental and physical stimulation for your growing canine. Dogs that have the opportunity to play and exercise are generally happier, more emotionally stable and calmer than those who do not. Play allows an appropriate outlet for a dog to expend energy. 

You have often noticed when you have a dog at home it chews on your new shoes and furniture. If your pet dog is playing with suitable toys it will prevent your items at home from getting damaged. 

According to an article, The Benefits of Using Chew Toys With Your dog,

halitosis, or bad breath, develops when plaque deposits and bacteria make a home in your dog's mouth. Chewing a firm chew toy can scrape this plaque from your dog's teeth, helping to curb his unfriendly breath, which is one of the benefits of using chew toys with your dog that others will appreciate, too. 

 Yellow teeth can be caused by plaque films and leftover food. The scraping caused by chewing on a chew toy can remove this film and leftover food that creates a discolored smile. 

Peanut is no exception. He is playing with his toys every day. You can see from the video he is having a whale of a time chewing and biting his toy.

 A quote to end this article:

 A dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than you love yourself. ~Josh Billings

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