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Tips for toys - pets


Toys are fun both for our dogs and us. Lucky for us there are endless choices.

But did you know how central toys are for your dogs - puppies especially.

Toys play a great role in the emotional and mental education of puppies. They also act as solutions for inappropriate chewing, boredom, and separation anxiety. In fact most dog trainers advocate that new puppy owners buy lots of toys for the newest component of the family.

Variety is the spice of life. Most experts counsel exchange different kinds of toys for your dog so that you can determine which ones he actually likes.

You might be astounded with the answers. Berry, my 95 pound German Direct just loves cuddling up his stuffed animals. Who would have thought!

Trainers and behaviorists counsel that their clients have three sets of toys.

Primary toys are your dog's favorite. Leave these out for your dog when your not around. This helps cut separation angst because your dog acquaintances you departure with his in receipt of his favorite toy.

Secondary toys are the toys to have out when you are home. Be sure to pick up the core toys.

And at length the third set of toys is used to rotate with the the first set. Trainers counsel swapping toys every 3 days or so. This helps keep your dog engrossed in all his toys.

And continually decide on toys wisely. Try to buy toys that match your dog's size. And at all times make sure there are no precarious small pieces that your dog can chew loose and swallow or worse yet - choke on.

Margaret Svete, best-selling author, tube and radio personality, and dog champion helps dog owners ascertain easy dog care tips. Subscribe to the first performance dog care ezine, The Dog Enquirer, at http://www. allaboutdogcare. com


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