Here are a few toys that you might want to check out the next time you go shopping for your pet.
A chew toy that was originally made from a piece of the Volkswagen bus's suspension, the Kong's almost indestructible rubber material can last a really long time. It also has an inside cylinder that you can stuff treats in. The downside of this toy is that it's difficult to find them in pet stores, but you can definitely still get them online. This toy is also enjoyable for dogs that have degenerative myelopathy.
Your dog will have hours of fun with this bobbing toy. The Bob-a-Lothas a weighed down bottom which causes it to bob and wobble. You can choose from a number of sizes so it doesn't matter if your dog is a Chihuahua or a Great Dane. The top part of the toy screws off and you can place in treats and kibble inside. Some owners would even place the dog's entire meal inside the toy so they can just play and munch on it all day long. This is a big help especially if you plan to say out for a few hours.
Tricky Treats Ball
If you want your dog to have fun for hours trying to get all the treats out of its toy, then this is perfect for you. This toy is in the shape of a ball that you can definitely toss around and it also has an empty cylinder in the middle where you can place in treats. It comes in bright colors so it's easy to spot if your dog loves to hide its toys. Dogs with degenerative myelopathy can chew on this toy for hours and enjoy themselves.
The Tug Rope
This toy isn't only good for a fun time, it's also useful for exercise. You can use a good, sturdy tug rope to help train your dog how to fetch and let go of objects. For smaller dogs, you can also spend hours having fun with them as they bite down one end of the rope as you lift them up.