Wednesday, April 13, 2011

What size Dog Toy is appropriate for your Labrador Retriever?

In our last post we talked about Dog Toys and your Labrador Retriever and stressed the importance of our responsibility as Labrador Retriever owner’s to provide appropriate chew toys and play toys so we can steer our lovable Labradors in the right direction.

In the next part of this series, Elise McMahon of Canine Head Start will discuss what size toy is appropriate for your dog. She talks about toys for small and large dogs and of course we all know that we will be looking for the large size for our Labradors.

Large & Small Dog Toys by Elise McMahon:



Important tips:

You always want to buy a dog toy much larger than the size of your dog. You want to make sure the toy you are giving your Labrador Retriever is appropriate for them in size.

When a toy gets too small or starts losing pieces, you want to throw it out! We stress this all the time on the All About Labradors blog. You don’t want to give your Labrador Retriever anything that they could fully ingested without chewing, which can cause problems with that item being stuck in their mouth, throat or in their digestive system.



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