31 Things From Walmart To Reward Your Pup For Being A Very Good Dog
Squeakers, ball launchers, brain games, and more to make playtime more fun than ever.
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chew toy that's bone-scented, bacon-flavored, and designed to keep their teeth clean and healthy.
Promising review: "I have a pitbull and she is an aggressive chewer. These last over a week before she can even begin to destroy it." – blahblahblah1234569988643
Price: $2.83+ (available in sizes small and large)
long rope for big boys who need something tough enough to withstand their destructive tendencies.
Promising review: "My dog is a mighty chewer and can destroy most rope toys in short order. She destroys these too, but it takes her quite a few days to really take them apart as opposed to hours with others." — BlondieinChoctaw
ball launcher, because your dog always wants to run way farther than you can throw.
Promising review: "This is great, because you don't have to pick up a wet tennis ball. You push the claw down onto the ball to load." — LH20
Price: $5.49 (originally $12.88)
ball cannon that can hold three balls so that the game never has to slow down.
Promising review: "We're on our fifth one. The rubber bands wear out, but we have so much fun that we can't stop buying them." — ducklet
Price: $9.71 (originally $11.99)
windmill so they have to think to get their food. It'll also slow them down so it takes them longer than 30 seconds to finish their dinner.
Promising review: "My dog really gets into this! I put her cup of food in it and make her work for her supper! It didn't take her long to figure it out. She moves the windmill with her nose. It's so cute to watch her!" — NorthernMichiganMom
It has two-way audio and lets you talk/give treats to your dog through your phone.
Promising review: "Being able to see and interact with my dog while I'm at work has given me peace of mind! The app is transparent and easy to navigate. Beau He loves coming close to the Cube to say hi and get his treats." — MelissaAR
Price: $149.99 (originally $229)
double ring toy for best buddies who love to play tug of war.
Promising review: "At first, the older dog was very possessive but after ten minutes of examination, she was ready to share with her little brother for tug of war. Even though my dogs are toy terrors, I think this one will last a long time." — Babs
frisbee that won't scratch up their gums, no matter how long you guys play fetch.
Promising review: "We play frisbee every day, but my lab still hasn't worn it out! It is very easy to rinse off with the hose." — Barbara B
plush fox for gentle chewers who like to tug, toss, and cuddle their toys.
Promising review: "I've been buying this toy for my two-year-old since she was a puppy. It is the only toy she plays with and it lasts about three months before I have to buy her a new one." — Talenyecis
eight-piece toy set that comes with every kind of toy you need — and a place to store them!
This set includes an assortment of plush toys, tennis balls, and rope.
Promising review: "The saying on the basket is super cute and my fellow dog owners always ask me where they can find one. Toby surprisingly hasn't torn up any of the toys!" – Kate
glow-in-the-dark ball so you can stay outside until your wild child tires out — even if that's way past sundown.
This is compatible with the ball-throwing
Chuckit! Promising review: "These balls are very durable even with a large-mouthed lab chomping on them nonstop. They glow green in the dark which makes them fun to play with in the evenings. We've got several and some are over two years old and still look new." — Bullet
Price: $4.30-6.50 (available in sizes S–L)
A set of
teething key chew toys, because your fur baby needs something to gnaw at while they're teething.
Promising review: "My lab has a lot of chew toys, but prefers these keys. They are great and have saved her a lot of scars." — rwl0177
ball that lights up and makes sounds when your pup chomps and swats at it.
Promising review: "My puppy lost it when this thing turned on! He has been playing with it non-stop!" — Shopper
shoe-shaped toy so your little terror stops taking your real ones.
Promising review: "My puppy loves this and it keeps her away from my shoes!" — Susieq1763
squeaker toy, because it'll be so funny to watch the eyes pop out every your floof bites down.
Promising review: "The Hartz Bug Eyes is the cutest, softest toy and now one of my fur baby's favorite toys. The squeaker is not too loud, just enough to get him excited to play with it." — cintro
set of squeaky toys that are (almost) as cute as the dog destroying them.
Promising review: "I bought these toys for my small dogs and they love them. They are very good quality, don't have an odor, and are larger than expected." – Clarissa
Price: $9.97 (originally $14.96)
bouncy ball that large boys can chew to their heart's delight. If they get bored, you can stuff it with a delicious snack that'll keep them busy for hours.
Promising review: "My pup is an aggressive chewer, and many toys didn't survive long. This toy, however, is made to last. It bounces in a bunch of ways when thrown which makes the game even more fun. The nice thing is that the toy is washable and dishwasher-safe." — Goxplore
durable rubber ball with horns that your little devil will love to nibble at.
Promising review: "He has not chewed it up and that is a first! I highly recommend it for big dogs." — Rocky
interactive ball that'll reward your pup for using their head (and their booper).
Promising review: "My sister's dog loves this toy! She plays with it all the time and loves getting the treats." — poppo
foam ball so their favorite toy is also their most durable.
Promising review: "This ball is squishy, so my 11-pound dog can easily pick it up and carry it around. It is lightweight and bouncy. My dog insists on playing with it all day — he will even toss it around by himself if he can't get someone to throw it for him. Our first one of these lasted for two and a half years of daily play." — GI63
lavender-scented crinkle toy for soothing your anxious pup during a thunderstorm or car ride.
Promising review: "These toys are so soft and smell great. Dogs love them." — Jen1975
A pack of
chew toys that'll make both you and your dog smile.
Promising review: "Our adopted nine-year-old Bichon Shih Tzu gets bored with her toys very easily — she was spoiled as a puppy! She played with this one for 48 hours! A record! She even sleeps on top of it." — WalmartShopper68
Price: $2.72 for a pack of three
extra-squeaky hedgehog with a hole in the middle to make tug of war more fun for the both of you.
Promising review: "My dog and I both love this toy. It has a hole in the middle so we can play tug of war and he can catch it easily. It has six squeakers, too. I would highly recommend it." — Billie
plush toy with a squeaker that humans can't hear so their favorite toy won't drive you nuts.
Promising review: "My Maltipoo absolutely loves this toy. It's quiet, but she can hear the squeaker." — Ginger
Price: $9+ (available in sizes small and large)
fun puzzle, because your smart pupper is going to destroy your home if they don't have something more entertaining to play with.
Promising review: "My doggie figured it out very fast, but there's still room for improvement. He enjoys getting the treats out. It was worth buying it!" — Canela
soft ball so you can play fetch in the house without breaking anything.
Promising review: "This ball is soft enough not to damage anything like tennis balls when thrown in the house, but sturdy enough that my dog hasn't destroyed it. It also does have a nice little bounce to it. The best part about this ball is that it is big enough that it doesn't fit under living room furniture!" — Girlw2whitedogs
Price: $3.99 (originally $8.07)
water bottle toy cruncher, because when this "breaks"...well...you can just replace the water bottle.
Promising review: "My dogs LOVE these! They are easy to refill for long-lasting fun." — Aurora
Price: $8.47 (originally $17.99)
rubber ball so you can roll, toss, and stuff this with treats — making your pup VERY happy.
Promising review: "Good quality, lightweight ball. My six-pound Maltipoo loves it. I can even squeeze a little toy inside it." — Cat
latex chew toy that won't get quite as dirty as their furrier friends.
Promising review: "My little guy loves this toy! It makes noise, it bounces, it rolls...it was love at first bite." — jomexshopper
chew toy so playing won't hurt your old buddy's mouth.
Promising review: "My rescue is missing some teeth but still loves to chew. He loves this Kong!" — Janet
Price: $9.99+ (available in sizes S–L)
tire-like toy that's tough enough to endure long chewing sessions.
Promising review: "We have gone through about 20 other types of chew toys that say they are indestructible and our 30-pound terrier mix always tears them up in a matter of hours. He has a harder time getting a firm grip on the Tire Biter which makes it tougher for him to chew through the sides. He loves this toy and will spend hours playing with it." — Pineapple
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