When spring hits, we’re not the only ones ready for some sun. Our dogs are eager to hit the dog parks with Frisbees and tennis balls in hand – er, mouth.
Large dogs in particular can wreak havoc on a plastic Frisbee during an afternoon in the park. So, what are the best dog – and sturdiest – dog toys? For the fetch-loving canine, tennis balls are a must. But unless you’re a pro baseball player, your arm can wear out long before your pooch does. Try a ball launcher that allows you to toss a ball farther without wearing yourself out.
If Frisbees get your dog flying high, the Chuckit! Flying Squirrel is a good option. This canvas Frisbee comes in a variety of sizes and stands up to a good amount of wear and tear.
Also, don’t forget a collapsible bowl for water and a couple baggies for scooping up any messes your dog might leave behind.
Check out LowcountryDog.com for a list of local pet stores where you can get your park play gear.
What are your dog’s favorite outdoor toys? Which brands stand up to the wear and tear of heavy play?