If you have been on Instagram or Facebook across the Christmas/New Year period I am sure you have seen these ads for this great toy that helps your dog entertain itself by playing tug of war with this suction cup ball toy. Lots of retailers have been promoting this toy with the same ads so we had to check it out to see how these claims stack up and if it could be Dog Approved.
New Year's Eve and the NYE fireworks are one of the most fondly anticipated nights for most Australians during the summer holidays. Unfortunately for dog owners, this can be a tough night as many dogs are scared of the unpredictable loud fireworks. For dog owner's, here re some simple tips on how to prepare and help your dog cope with NYE 2020.
If your dog is like ours they love the water, but with Woody's big jaws, a few chomps can destroy expensive water toys and end the fun pretty quickly. We hoped this strong rubber frisbee with handles might be the answer. See tests with the dog approved dog testers in the pool, playing tug of war and general dog chewing/chomping.
It has been a dreadful bushfire season in Australia this year with an unprecedented scale of bushfires that are still impacting most States. With all of this smoke and the resulting poor air quality driving people to wear face/breathing masks in the major cities to protect themselves, how can you protect your doggo? Here are some simple steps you can take.
We were so excited when we found the Tennis Ball Bazooka as part of our continual search to find the best dog toys. How cool does this look!! How cool will we look when we hit the dog park with this bad boy! Will this be the best dog toy for 2020?