Five Dog Toys That Make a Good Fit for Pit Bulls

Pitbulls are one of the toughest breeds of dogs. They are large and strong and known for their strong jaws. It’s not easy keeping this breed stocked in dog toys because they can easily tear through regular dog toys that average breeds can’t. And if you have owned a dog, then you know how expensive dog toys can be, especially if you have to keep replacing them due to early destruction. With a strong breed like this, it’s important to have strong, sturdy and indestructible toys, not only to keep your dog toy budget down, but due to safety issues too. You don’t want your dog to tear parts of his toy apart and swallow squeakers or other inside parts that could be harmful to their health. If you are looking for tough toys built Pitbull tough, take a look at these five toys that make a good fit for Pitbulls.

1. Goughnuts – Original Dog Chew Ring

 The virtually indestructible (guaranteed) Goughnut donut was designed by mechanical and polymer engineers to make sure that this toy was strong, sturdy and as tough as your Pitbull. As a matter-of-fact, the company has a policy; if your dog can chew through the outer layer and expose the inner red layer, they will replace the toy at no charge. The toy floats, so that should your dog decide to play with it in water, it won’t sink, making a great fetching toy in pools and other water environments. Your Pitbull may be tough, but this toy is tougher, which means he will get longer lasting fun with this dog chew toy. This toy will set you back $22.96, but the upside is, you won’t have to keep investing in toys due to early destruction.

2. Booda Super Tug

If you have a Pitbull, then you have an aggressive chewer. Aggressive chewing dogs need toys they can tug and chew on without worrying about it ripping apart after a few playtimes. Booda Super Tug caters to aggressive chewers in their dog toys and one toy that is geared toward breeds like Pitpulls is Booda Super Tug. Not only is this toy for playing tug of war with your dog and for him to spend hours chewing on the rope, but it actually cleans your dogs teeth while he plays. The all-natural cotton fibers are intertwined with real dental floss, (you can choose different flavors), along with baking soda, to help clean and floss your dog’s teeth. The ropes are non-invasive and non-irritating, so he can chew-away for hours and all he’ll get, is fresher breath, all for just $9.49.

 

3. West Paw Design Jive Zogoflex Durable Ball Dog Chew Toy

West Paw is known for making highly durable dog toys for dogs with strong teeth, grips and aggressive chewing habits. Large breeds, such as Dobermans, German Shepherds, and Pitbulls all have strong teeth and jaws and they can destroy average toys in minutes of getting them. Owners of these breeds want toys that they can keep around a while without worrying they’re going to be destroyed, or worse yet, their dog swallows parts of the toy and is injured. West Paw makes an array of toys in different shapes and sizes, to fit all sizes of dogs and give them a variety to choose from. The toys are safe, BPA-and-Phthalate-free, non-toxic and FDA compliant. You can play fetch, tug-of-war, or just let him have chew-time. The toys range in average around $10.95.

4. The UnbreakoBall

Your dog will have hours, years of fun with this fetching ball that never breaks. It is made specifically for Pitbulls, because the company knows what they are capable of when it comes to average toys. They are so sure that your dog can’t destroy it, they are willing to replace it at no cost, if in fact, your dog damages or destroys it. Made out of heavy, hard plastic and should be thrown outdoors. The toy comes in different sizes so you can choose the perfect one for your dog’s size of a grip. You will just have to pay $35.95, but it will last forever.

 

5. Nylabone Dura Chew Double Bone

You will love this bone for your Pitbull because of the benefits you and your dog get. Not only is it reasonably priced at around $17.99, but it is Pitbull tough and gives your dog hours of good chewing without breaking apart, but there are different flavors so that your dog thinks he’s getting a treat. Plus, he’s getting his teeth cleaned all the time he chews. It fights plaque and tarter, and freshens his breath. The bones are made extra strong, just for those tough and aggressive chewers, just like your Pitbull.

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