Throw & Chase Dog Toys

Dogs need exercise to stay healthy and happy, and interactive toys can help make that happen. Active dog toys like balls and Frisbees are great for getting your pup up and moving, and they can be even more fun when you get involved too. Throw a ball or fetch toy for your dog to chase, and you'll both be getting some much-needed exercise. Use the code ACTIVE22 to get 5% off an active toy for your pooch!
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Rope Frisbee - Interactive Fetch Dog Toy
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Bite Resistant Dog Rubber Ball
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Squeaky Squeeze Dog Balls for Fetch
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Flying Dog Frisbee 22cm (Multiple Colours Available)
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Excite, Throw, and Chase Retractible Pumpkin Dog Chew Toy
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Gigwi Push-to-Mute Rugby Ball Dog Toy
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Watermelon Themed Dog Flying Frisbee
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Training Tips for Outdoor Toys

There are many different types of dog toys that can be used outdoors. There are rubber toys that bounce erratically when thrown, which make for a great game of fetch. There are also frisbees made of rubber or rope that are designed to be tugged on and caught by your dog. These type of toys are great for interactive play between you and your dog.

To train a dog to play fetch , start by having your dog sit or lie down. Then, show your dog the toy and say "fetch." Throw the toy a short distance away from you. Once your dog brings the toy back to you, give him a treat. With some practice, your dog will learn to fetch the toy every time you throw it.

Similarly to train a dog to catch a frisbee, start by having your dog sit or lie down. Then, show your dog the frisbee and say "catch." Throw the frisbee a short distance away from you. Once your dog brings the frisbee back to you, give him a treat. With some practice, your dog will learn to catch the frisbee every time

No matter what type of active outdoor toy you choose, make sure that it is the right size for your dog. A toy that is too small can be a choking hazard, and a toy that is too big