Bear is clearly spoiled and gets whatever he wants, however there is a few things that I have noticed buying over and over again. The products are very popular and a lot of people recommend them for dogs. I am sure you have purchased items before for your pets, and they destroy them or completely ignore them. Bear is no different, he has toys that he simply will not play with and eventually get thrown out, or donated.
Dogs are notorious for destroying items there is also items that are sold in a lot of pet stores that are not safe for dogs. I personally never give Bear any of the generic rawhide chews or toys. They can get lodged in the throat or not be digested properly and it's a trip to the veterinarian.
1) Chuckit Ultra Balls and Throwers
Bear absolutely loves to play fetch. The majority of all photos that I take of Bear I use the word, BALL or actually have the Chuckit ball in my hand. He loves playing fetch, and I do not like a tennis ball that gets dirty and doesn't last very long. Yes, Chuckit balls are a bit more pricey than a tennis ball. However the Ultra balls by Chuckit, last longer than traditional tennis balls. The only demise that I have seen with ultra balls is due to loss. I have heard rumors of dogs who get to play with them all the time and eventually destroy them. Bear knows that when the ball comes out we are going to play. He also knows that when play time is over the ball gets put away.
2) The Mutt Stop Abby's Paw Treats
Bear is a connoisseur when it comes to great treats. While most dogs will eat any edible food you put in front of them, Bear prefers only the finest in organic treats. The Mutt Stop hand makes, pup cakes, and Abby's paw treats out of Las Vegas, NV. The treats are all organic using no flour, or artificial ingredients.
3) Merrick Backcountry Raw Infused Food
This food is a high protein, raw infused dog food. It is a 5 star rated food and Bear loves the taste. This food has never given him and digestion issues and is available at several pet stores throughout Las Vegas so it's easy to pick up as needed.
Bark Gallery- Rick Vierkandt