I think they’re a great way to challenge your dog and break the monotony of boring daily routines. Dogs need toys to provide mental stimulation, allow for appropriate chewing, and serve as important tools in behavior modification. Toys are mentally and physically stimulating and assist in fulfilling a dog’s emotional and physical needs. Even though dogs today are primarily bred as companion pets, they still need something to do. You can find dog accessories in the Chewy Store where you can find any type for your pet.
In the absence of a job, they will look for things do to occupy their time and fulfill their chewing needs. If you don’t want them to choose their own chew toys, such as your sofa, pillows, or toilet paper rolls, provide them with appropriate outlets.
Most interactive dog toys were created for the purpose of “play”.
I recently tried one that was created for the purpose of making everyday feeding time more enjoyable for your dog.
I was recently given a Cujo leash to review with my 95 lb dog, Tenor.
The Cujo leash by Ezy Dog is different from most dog leashes because it has a springy, shock-absorbing section that ‘gives’ a little bit (like a stiff bungee cord) when your dog pulls or tries to walk faster than you.
This type of shock absorption in a leash is great for reminding your dog that he’s supposed to be walking right by your side, heeling rather than pulling. It also has the bonus of not hurting your dog whenever he tugs. It gives just enough resistance to remind your dog that he’s on a short leash.
Here’s a little about the dog leashes that I’m currently using, followed by my point-by-point review of the Cujo no pull dog leash.
My 2 Favorite Leashes For Dogs
I currently have 2 leashes that I use with my dog at different times: