5 Surprising Dog Toy Dangers You Need to Know

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Playtime is your dog’s favorite time, so keep it danger-free. Picking the right toys for your most cherished pet is not a simple task, especially with the wide variety of options available at both pet stores and online sites. You walk in and you get instantly overwhelmed by all those busy toys, plush toys, balls, tug toys, etc.

Every dog parent knows very well how a dog can get extremely attached to one or more toys, simply because these lovely items represent an essential part of each and every dog’s life.

Although American-made dog toys are probably the safest products in the world, there are still a few extra considerations every pet owner needs to keep in mind.

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  1. I would add “donut” shaped tennis type toys. One of my dogs almost choked to death because he had gotten his jaw stuck in the hole and it kept going back further and further and he couldn’t get it off. Lucky think I was there and saw it.
    Usually yellow, tennis ball type material, circular shaped with hole in center. I won’t buy ANYTHING in that shape now.

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