Best Chew Toys for Dogs

Chewing is very important for your dog’s oral and mental health. It keeps his teeth clean, his body exercised and his mind occupied. Having your dog chew on a toy is also important to prevent behavior problems and chewing on inappropriate objects. A dog that has chewed for 30 minutes is busy, contented and then more apt to take a nap than gnaw on your brown leather shoes. However, everything your dog puts in his or her mouth has a potential for harm. He or she could break a tooth, choke, become allergic, get an infection, have trouble with digestion, and probably more things we haven’t even thought of. Despite… Read More Continue Reading