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    Pia’s Picks: home accessories for the dog I don’t (yet) own

    by Pia Seidel

Dog toys

It is often forgotten that the dog descends from the wolf and that it is in his genes to hunt and enjoy the great outdoors. Whether in the forest, on the meadow or in the open countryside: Your dog loves freedom and needs exercise to live out his natural instincts.
In our range, you'll find different ways to give your dog the exercise he needs.
Exercise prevents diabetes, arthritis, obesity and other diseases. That's why it's important to keep your dog busy and give him the exercise he needs. With the right dog toys, you can train him through play. Intelligence toys train the senses and develop your dog's intelligence. These toys develop your dog's sense of hearing, sight and touch.
Chew toys are not only fun, but also good for the teeth. The natural chewing movements on the dog toy remove food particles from the teeth. The food ball is one of the most popular dog toys. Through persistent chewing, a treat comes out as a reward, depending on the mechanism. Ropes are also very popular. Teeth and gums are cared for by constant biting and pulling. The dog pool is a fun way for your dog to cool off on hot summer days. There are also squeaky toys that squeak with every bite, providing play, fun and joy. There are also frisbees, food mazes, swimming animals and much more.
Browse through our assortment and find the right toy for you and your four-legged friend.