Interactive Toys | Foobler Dog Toy
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Interactive Toys

Dog Toys do this and are extremely important, especially if your Dog is left alone during the day.

If you have any wondered why people give their Dogs Toys, then you may not yet be across how important they are to a Dogs development, enjoyment and overall fun

Dogs are similar to young kids who need to be entertained, something to give their focus and at the same time, a way they can help their mental and physical development

When Dogs are not stimulated during the day, they often turn to destructive behaviours and a common sign of this is chewed up backyard furniture or constant digging holes in the backyard

• Doggy Fun: Dogs are just like us humans who love to play and be entertained

• Reducing Undesirable Behaviour: Reduce boredom and the chance of your garden furniture or garden hose being chewed or gardens dug up

• Healthy treats: The Foobler lets you set the timer for when the dry dog food is released. Your Doggy will be treated to healthy treats through-out the day

• Brain Development: Our 4 legged friends are just like us. The more we play, entertain and engage in activities, the more alert we stay

• Maintains your dog’s true nature: To hunt and forage

• BFA free plastic & 100% satisfaction guaranteed

A great way to ensure your Dog has fun everyday and gets the right level of stimulation they need is through the Foobler.

Puppy Toys

Puppy’s are an amazing joy and can still remember my golden retriever we got when I was 7 years old (check out pics at end of this page…. No comments on the hair style).

And remember when you get your Puppy, there are a few basic things you need to check off even before considering a Toy.

These are outlined at great blog post by Cesars Puppy Guidelines

One of the inventors of the Foobler (Greg) best summed it up on how he trialled the Foobler, when being interviewed by Dr Sophia Yin about using the Foobler with Puppy’s:

“I tested it on my puppy.
I didn’t have to train my puppy how to use this, and I can’t say that’s gonna be the case for every dog.
But he liked just how it wobbled around and the look of the ball and he started playing with it, and then when he saw treats coming out, then, you know, that just made it even that much easier and more enjoyable for him to play with.
And then when he hears the bell, he knows that there’s more food available to play with and to satisfy him.
So you’ve got mental stimulation, physical stimulation, and spreading the feeding over the course of the day, or, you know, you can also do the shorter time if you’re just going to the store for 15 minutes.”

Dr Sophia Yin