Rosewood Dog Toys
Rosewood is a world-renowned leader in the manufacture, design and distribution of pet products for dogs, cats, small animals, birds and fish. The brand sells a wide range of tempting toys, chic collars, tasty treats, beds, and more. The Rosewood dog toys range is dog-approved for pets of all ages, breeds and sizes. The company has tough toys for chewers and bio-safe toys for hygienic play. Rosewood also manufactures plush, natural, squeaky and bouncy toys, ideal for all types of dogs.
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Frequently asked questions about Rosewood dog toys
What toys should I get for my dog?
There are all sorts of toys you can get your dog to keep them entertained, including balls, rope toys, chew toys, stuffed toys and even puzzle toys - and you can find all this and more among OnBuy's selection of exciting Rosewood dog toys!
What are the safest chew toys for dogs?
The safest chew toys for dogs are made out of firm rubber. Brittle plastic or even bone can break off into sharp shards which can be dangerous, particularly if ingested. If they're hollow, you can put treats in there to entice your dog to play. Tennis balls are also a great, safe choice. As are rope toys, provided you keep an eye on your dog and ensure they're not swallowing any fragments that break off.
Should I take my dog's toys away at night?
Dogs not only play with their toys, but they also find comfort in them. As such, it's best to leave their toys in their crate at all times. Not only will this give them something to play with if they get bored, but it could help them to sleep better at night. Since your dog will be unsupervised during this time, it's better to leave them with a durable rubber toy instead of a soft toy that they could destroy.
How many toys should I get for my dog?
Your dog will need about two or three toys, though some may require more if they need varied stimulation. Additional toys, such as tennis balls, are great for keeping the fun alive, and can even be used on walks in large open areas.
Should I get my dog hard toys?
As a general rule of thumb, you should avoid toys that are made out of hard materials as they can damage your dog's teeth. Make sure you choose toys that are made out of tough rubber or nylon – they should withstand your pet's strong jaws without causing dental issues.