Top Ten Dogs Toys

Dog owners know how important it is to keep plenty of toys in the house for exercise and to prevent destructive behavior. Here are the top ten dog toys — including discs, balls, chew toys and ropes — that every dog will love.

Chuckit! Large Ultra Ball 3-Inch, 1-Pack

This 3-inch dog ball is the perfect way to get Fido to stop chewing up your tennis balls. It floats in water, has a high bounce and is easy to find thanks to the bright orange design. Chuckit! balls are available in a variety of sizes, and the smaller ones are the best dog toys for puppies.

Chuckit! Launchers

While dog owners can certainly throw Chuckit! balls across the yard or park, the launchers offer an easy way to get height and distance without straining your own arm. Place a ball in the colorful “hand” and lob it up to 140 feet away with some practice. Chuckit! launchers enable dog owners to play fetch with their dogs without having to pick up slobbery balls, too. Launchers are available in multiple colors and sizes to work with various balls.

Hyper Pet 9″ Flippy Flopper Dog Toy

Most dog owners love heading to the park with their pets, and dogs love Frisbees, but not everyone wants to sacrifice their own Frisbee to their pup’s slobber and chompers. This soft throwing disc features the adorable Flippy Flopper logo, and the materials won’t damage the dog’s teeth or anything else. The Flippy Flopper won’t sink in water, either.

Benebone Bacon Flavored Wishbone Chew Toy

This wishbone shape makes the best dog toys for strong chewers because it’s easy to grasp. It’s both fun and delicious thanks to its realistic bacon flavor. Dogs of all sizes will have fun carrying their Benebone around the house and burying it in the yard. Every Benebone is made in the USA, too.

Mammoth Flossy Chews Cottonblend Color 5-Knot Rope Tug

Tug-of-war is a favorite game of humans and pups alike, and this tugging rope enables owners to play with their dogs and multiple dogs to play together. Each of the 5 knots provides a secure place to grasp or bite, and the fibers will also help floss a dog’s teeth to help clean her mouth as she plays. Mammoth makes the toy in 36-inch and 72-inch versions.

Dura Play Ball, Small

Dura Play offers another option when it comes to fetching balls. These small balls are perfect for dogs 20 pounds and smaller. The unique design is easy to chew on and grasp, and the material lasts longer than tennis balls. Made my Hartz, the same company that manufactures pet medications, these balls come highly rated. Consumers will receive a random color: orange, blue, purple or green.

Kyjen PP02290 Tail Teaser Dog Toys Squeak Toy

This furry squeaky toy is one of the best puppy toys. The rodent-like toy on a stick is fun to chase, and dogs go crazy over the furry tail. The reinforced rod and nylon cord help this toy put up with all sort of abuse, and even a flick of the wrist sends the creature flying in the air to entice dogs to play.

StarMark Easy Glider Max

Dogs jump for joy for these Frisbee-like toys. They’re easy to throw even for dog owners who don’t have a great arm, and the foam also works as a great tug-of-war toys with the ridge providing the perfect way for dogs to grasp the disc. The gliders are designed to link together when you have more than one.

West Paw Design Jive Zogoflex Durable Ball Dog Chew Toy

These chew toys aren’t just indestructible dog toys — they’re also recyclable. Environmentally-conscientious dog owners can toss these in the recycling when they begin to wear out. West Paw makes the toy, which is available in four colors and three sizes, in the USA. Plus, the toy can also be tossed in the dishwasher or washing machine to keep it looking like new for years to come, making them the best toys for heavy chewers.

KONG Classic KONG Dog Toy

These best interactive dog toys are fun to chew on and withstand almost anything a dog can put them through. The hollow design fits treats or peanut butter, which makes it one of the best toys for smart dogs and useful when it comes to helping dogs deal with separation anxiety and crate training. Lab owners also describe these as the best dog toys for labs, who have plenty of energy.