Soft Bite Floppy Flyer Disc available in 7", 10" and 12"
Soft Bite Floppy Flyer Disc available in 7", 10" and 12"
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The durable fetch toy that flies, floats and is flexible
Soft and gentle on your pet's teeth and gums

Soft Bite Floppy Flyer Disc available in 7", 10" and 12"

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At a Glance
Fun And Safe for your dog
The durable fetch toy that flies, floats and is flexible
Soft and gentle on your pet's teeth and gums

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Soft Bite Floppy Flyer Disc available in 7", 10" and 12" IT FLIES, IT FLOATS, IT'S FLEXIBLE! THE FLOPPY DISC IS A FUN, DURABLE, INTERACTIVE FETCH TOY THAT WILL KEEP YOUR DOG ENTERTAINED IN AND OUT OF THE WATER. THIS HIGH-FLYING TOY IS SOFT AND GENTLE ON PETS' THEETH AND GUMS, AND IS A SAFE WAY TO PLAY AND EXERCISE WITH YOUR PET.

Do interactive dog toys work?
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Yes, interactive dog toys do work. The idea behind an interactive toy for dogs is that the toy needs to keep the dog engaged. That means your pet dog needs to actively participate when playing with it. They are not like plush toys that are only there to comfort your dog. Interactive toys will respond to your pet when they play with them. As a result, the dog will choose to spend more time with these interactive toys over the regular ones. Thanks to mental as well as physical stimulation from these interactive toys, your dog will feel less anxious and bored, and will not do anything naughty like tearing up paper or your cushions.

How do you mentally stimulate a dog toy?
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You can make a dog toy mentally stimulating by making it interactive. That means the toy will respond to your dog during playing. An interactive dog toy needs to give your dog some entertainment when it is alone. That way, it will not get bored and start making a mess around the house. The toys need to be soft but durable. They need to give your dog a reason to move. And since your dog will be interacting with the toy, it is best if you can keep its size small. The toy needs to get your dog to make decisions. Whether it is just running after it or looking for it in a pile of leaves, the interactive toy needs to promote your dogโ€™s hunting and foraging instincts. When you give your dog an interactive toy, it is as if you were giving it a job to do, while allowing it to have some fun as well.

Is it OK to play fetch with a puppy?
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Yes, it is completely okay to play fetch with a puppy. Playing games with your dog can keep it calm and well-behaved. Fetch is one of the most popular games people play with their dogs. You can also play fetch with your puppy. It is helpful for your puppyโ€™s physical as well as intellectual development. While playing fetch, it will be able to work on its muscles, speed, stamina, and strength. It will learn how to make the best use of its smell and other senses when looking for the object it has to fetch.

What age will a puppy play fetch?
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You should let your puppy play fetch when it reaches the age of 8 to 12 weeks. By the time they are four to five weeks of age, your puppies will already be playing with objects. However, you should take another four to five weeks before you introduce them to the concept of fetch. Playing fetch is a way for your dog to develop its physical and mental strength. Fetch requires the dog to run and jump while making use of its nose to smell the object. Playing fetch can also help build decision-making skills in your dog. However, to make sure that your dog can learn those skills properly, you will have to start playing after a certain age. 8 to 12 weeks of age is the best time for you to get your puppy into this game. From then onwards, they can gradually learn those skills and make use of them for other purposes as well.

Should you let your dog have toys?
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Yes, you should let your dog have toys. The toys can be normal plushies or interactive. Plushies will keep the dog occupied. Your dog can use it for comfort and even sleep with it. Interactive toys, on the other hand, will keep your dog active. These toys can help in the physical as well as mental development of your dogs. The Soft Bite Floppy Flyer Disc, for instance, is an interactive dog toy that is good for your petโ€™s teeth and gums. And since it is interactive, it can also stimulate them mentally, and prevent them from making a mess around the house by tearing up cushions, clothes, or paper.

Do dogs get bored of fetching?
Answer

No, dogs do not get bored of fetching. However, you should still try to make each game of fetch as interesting and rewarding as possible. Changing the object once in a while can help. You can also use positive reinforcement and reward your dog with treats every time it successfully fetches the object. That will make sure that your dog does not get bored of fetching.

Is it bad to play fetch every day?
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No, playing fetch every day is not bad. It helps maintain your dogโ€™s strength and stamina and also keeps them active. Of course, you might want to give yourself and your dog a break once in a while.

Soft Bite Floppy Flyer Disc available in 7", 10" and 12" is manufactured by Petmate

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