You may read this title and think, “There is no Zen for the parent of a teething puppy!” True, a teething puppy requires extra supervision and care, but with the right precautions you and your pet
Ultimate praise for the Fling Thing!
The Whole Dog Journal gives it two thumbs up!
“The Fling Thing is a completely different sort of flying disc, and a fairly new entry to this market. It’s an eight-inch triangle-shaped toy that flies well, made of a uniquely soft, lightweight, almost squishy but durable rubberized material. As the warning on the package says, ‘This toy is not a chew toy and should not be left for dogs to play with unattended’ – yet it’s a surprisingly tough toy. Aggressive chewers can sink their teeth into the toy, but can’t seem to puncture or tear it – not while engaged in play, anyway. (If they were left alone with it, that might be a different story.) The maker claims that dogs’ teeth actually get cleaned as they bite the toy. West Paw Design also makes a ball (the BowWowzer Ball) out of the same material.”
Thinking of getting a frisky young dog on this National Puppy Day? Consider visiting an animal shelter or rescue organization.
For those of us who live in regions with four distinct seasons, spring’s ample sunshine, welcomed warmer temperatures, and budding trees often come with an ample dose of mud.
Do you wonder if adding another pet to your family will result in a house that’s full of the hair shed by your four-legged friend?