There is nothing quite like the satisfaction that comes from granting a four-legged furry friend your favorite gifts that transform the play into something special. Dogs of all ages, sizes, and descent can enjoy a variety of toys, treats, and unique gifts-and with a little creativity and forethought, it's easy to come up with ideas to reward dogs who definitely should be appreciated, no matter what your budget:
Look for toys that can help your favorite pooch burn off excess energy.
Dogs of all ages and the offspring can be bored and depressed if they do not have the time to play physical enough, and this in turn can lead to behavior problems. Dog gifts that give you the opportunity to play an active and mental stimulation may help curb the problem with dog chewing, digging, grouchiness, and so on.
This is especially true with a toy that your dog (or your friend's dog) can safely play with without supervision when parents pets away from home, when the dog is more subject to boredom which leads to breakage.
And speaking of salvation ...
Make sure you read the packaging or inserts on a toy dog before you buy or provide for dogs. A little internet research doesn't hurt, either. Not every toy is safe for every dog, and some toys are only safe when used with human supervision. Beware of "off-label" toys purchased at the dollar store or even from big-box retailers are common, especially if the toy does not come with many instructions. If in doubt, consult with your veterinarian for guidance.
Mix it up.
Large dog gift-giver is a person who does not provide the same types of toys each time. For example, you can try taking the toys for one gift-giving opportunities, and other times a rope toy (something that the dog can pull it or safe chew).
Also, be sure and consider your dog's age and overall health when giving gifts. Older dogs who are challenged with arthritis, for example, may benefit from some toys that encourage exercise he will also enjoy a "pet stairs" which helps them more easily climb up to furniture, heated blanket, or some doggie bones that help improve the health of the teeth.
Comfort toys great gift, too.
A stuffed animal can be a cheerful companion for dogs who like to have friends join them in their crate or who likes to bring a "baby" around. However, it is important to remember that not all dogs that become "security blanket" type of friend. Some dogs enjoy stuffed animals and toys shrill because they want to try and "kill" them by carrying them in their mouth and vigorously shaking them around, or by chewing a toy until it was destroyed. In such cases, a stuffed animal or toy screeching in question should be designed for that purpose – if not, you can run the risk that the dog accidentally swallows something that can induce intoxication or choking.
There is no rule that says You have to be a doggie gifts toys! Some dog gifts sure to please Your doggie friend (and doggie pet parents in cases where You do not own doggie) include:
• A new Quilt to crate or kennel
• Gourmet treats
• A gift certificate for dog care services
• Gift certificates for fancy stay pet Hotels dog care or
• Coupon for pet sitting or dog walking provided by You
• Special Extra-toys, such as automatically retrieving toys or new ball basket