For adult dogs, chewing is nature‚Äôs way of keeping jaws strong and teeth clean. Chewing also combats
boredom and can relieve anxiety or frustration. Without an acceptable outlet for the natural instinct to chew,
many dogs will turn to destructive chewing in the home. Success comes when teaching dogs acceptable
chewing behaviors from the start.
1. Gentle Chewers ‚Äď These dogs are easy on toys and prefer plush or fabric toys. They usually like
to lick or suck on their toys, but rarely ever destroy their toys.
2. Average Chewers ‚ÄďThese dogs love to play with all kinds of toys and will often carry toys around
with them. They can be destructive with plush and fabric toys but rarely are destructive with rubber
3. Power Chewers ‚Äď These dogs are usually strong, determined chewers who require more discretion
when it comes to selecting toys. Choose durable, interactive play toys along with hard rubber toys.
Sizing up is also helpful when picking toys for Power Chewers.
Dog toys must be Ideal for active chewers and sure to become the favorite of any beloved pup.
Chewing toy helps improve oral hygiene by helping to clean teeth.
Great to chew to keep your pet busy and happy