Fetch has long been a form of exercise and fun for a dog, and it’s a great way for dog and owner to bond. And dog toys sure have come a long way since the good ole’ tennis ball. From ball launchers and discs to ball blasters, give your dog the gift of a good game of fetch this Christmas with these five dog toys.
Nerf Dog Tennis Ball Blaster
With Nerf-quality materials, you know it’s gonna to stand up to even the toughest of dogs. This tennis ball blaster is just as much fun for owners as it is for dogs. Simply launch your Nerf tennis ball with the press of trigger and watch it fly over 50 feet into the air. Even better, you can adjust the launch distance to suit your surroundings.
ChuckIt! Sport Ball Launcher
If there’s one awesome fetch toy you need, it’s the classic ChuckIt! Sport Ball Launcher. Lightweight, easy to use, and crafted to steer you clear of contact with dog slobber, this launcher makes it easier than ever to throw a tennis ball fast – and far.
ChuckIt! Fetch Medley
While tennis balls get the job done, there’s nothing quite like those infamous ChuckIt! balls when it comes to fetch. This medley of balls makes fetch even more fun for the both of you, adding variety to what can be a repetitive game. With darker evenings, the max glow ball comes in extra handy after the sun sets.
The KONG brand knows a thing or two about durable pet toys. This flyer is made of natural rubber that makes for a soft and forgiving catch during fetch. The best part? If your pup misses it the first time, it offers an incredible rebound for them to try again.
West Paw Zwig Dog Toy
Alright, we know dogs have a thing for sticks. But we also know what happens when they inevitably chew them – splinters, tough on teeth, and bad for bellies. The West Paw Zwig Dog Toy is much more exciting than a stick, built with a twist that’s perfect for fetching, is super bouncy, and even floats in water.
Have fun right alongside your pup with these five dog toys that will up the ante in your fetch game. Looking for more pet fun? Check out the Cadia Crossing blog.