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Our new puppy comes home next Saturday and eventhough we just went through this less than two years ago I am finding it difficult to pick toys out.  What type do your puppies like?  How many toys do you have around for the puppy?  Thanks for your opinions and input!

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Comment by CJ, Gracie, and Quinn on March 11, 2012 at 8:46am

We had an over-abundance of toys, but one that Gracie liked a lot was an empty water bottle with no cap and the plastic ring cut off. Not a toy that should be played with unsupervised, but she had fun chasing it as it rolled around and it was obvious she loved the noise! Replace it when it becomes torn or completely flattened. She also loved the long stuffless animals.

Comment by Krystal Segale on March 10, 2012 at 10:46pm

I have a bucket full of toys lol. Kongs are great (I use the black one), I don't do the stuffing for them though. I go canned puppy food (the same kind of of food you feed do skimp and get cheep stuff) a little apple sauce, maybe some peanut butter then I freeze it.

The stuff less squeaky toys Dex picked out the skunk. He also loves balls.. He pounces on them like a cat on a mouse.

Floss rope toys. lol

Needless to say I went crazy with the toys, I did not get the chance with my Corgi because she did not care about toys.

Hope this helps!!! Good luck with your new pup.

Comment by Lois - Izzi on March 10, 2012 at 2:30am

Speaking of Kongs,   From the 1st purchase I wondered how many studies were made on the color.  LOL (just a quirk, but I thought it was funny)  May I suggest you buy the ORANGE ONE.   

Comment by Pedro & Alessandra on March 10, 2012 at 2:05am

The toys that have lasted the longest and that seem to entertain Pedro (filled with treats of course) are the "kongs". They have a pretty big line of different products for different stages (puppy, adult and even senior pups). They are sturdy toys that are somewhat interactive and affordable. 

Congrats on the arrival of your puppy and all the best! - Loving paws from Pedro and I.

Comment by Lois - Izzi on March 10, 2012 at 12:45am

a ball larger than an open jaw, rolled a few feet she/he will naturally chase, play and return to you.  Nothing that is stuffed she/he can tare and swallow.   Anything long and hard to cut teeth on that is digestable.   Limit toys to only a few...  add one at a time as he/she grows..  They like new prizes.  

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