Small dogs require special attention, no doubt about it. Owners need to purchase pint-sized bowls, collars, and leashes, and itty-bitty bites of kibble specially designed for tiny mouths. But did you ever consider the fact that your pup’s toys will also require some special consideration?
One of the worst things you can do is buy a big bone for a small dog. Your dog will more than likely try their best to bite it and hurt themselves in the process. It will do the opposite and create stress rather than entertainment, which was the intention.
And while it’s common sense to select the tiniest toys you can find, you have to also ensure that the pieces are not so small that you dog can choke on them.
Your best bet is to ask your vet what he/she recommends for your individual dog. You will also find some good advice at your trusted pet store.
In the meantime, here are some great toys to give some ideas about what you precious pup might like, and they are all suitable for small breeds:
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