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    31 Treats And Toys From Amazon That'll Probably Make Your Dog's Tail Wag

    From organic doggie macarons to indestructible chew toys, these are sure to make your pup's day.

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    1. A simply-designed ball launcher if your dog is always too fast and/or has boundless energy. It's also great if (no judgement) your toss is never far enough to challenge your marathon-speed Border Collie.

    A dog looking at a plastic ball thrower and tennis ball

    Promising review: "My dog, Winston, and I both love this product! My shoulder is thanking since it is much easier than throwing just a plain tennis ball. Winston is glad I can now out throw his speed. Also bought the Whistler Balls to use in place of the tennis ball and they are great. Easier on his teeth, durable and great bounce for more distance per 'chuck'... Not to mention the whistling sound." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $7.95+ (available in eight sizes).

    2. A stick-shaped chew (made from a wood-blend material) if they're always bringing branches home or gnawing on the couch legs. And while it texturally resembles wood, it doesn't splinter and risk hurting your dog.

    A corgi chewing on a stick toy

    Promising review: "My bulldog loves these wooden chew toys. A few months ago she started acting up and eating the wood siding shingles off the house and part of our Jacuzzi deck. We would fix it and it would happen again. She had a lot of toys so we knew she was not just bored. So, when I came upon this real wood toy I had to try it. It is amazing! She loves it and she has not chewed any wood off the house since we got the first one about a month ago. I just came back to buy a second one so she can have her favorite toy inside the house too. She is so happy with it!" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $5.99+ (available in different sizes and styles) or Subscribe & Save for $5.99/month.

    3. A bag of natural, mixed berry treats to add to your pup's all-meat rotation. These are especially great if you're a little grossed out by the smells of typical dog food.


    Promising review: "Our two dogs love these treats. They’re a good size for what we use them for and I like that they’re dry and pleasant-smelling. They’re not like the wet-ish stinky meat treats that leave your hands gross and smelly. We give these to them throughout the day for when they come in from outside and doing multiple tricks." —Jamie

    Get it from Amazon for $4.42+ (available in different sizes and flavors).

    4. A bouncy, tug-able ring you can stash treats in to really make your teething pupper go wild.

    A puppy tugging on a blue, rubber ring

    Promising review: "I bought this for my pup, he loved it so much! You can hide dog treats inside of it. My pup was an aggressive chewer and still has yet to damage it whatsoever after months of hardcore tug-of-war and fetch with it. He loved it so much, I ended up buying five of them and giving some to my friends for their aggressive chewers. The price was way good for the top-notch value." —J.C.

    Get it from Amazon for $5.18 or Subscribe & Save for $5.18/month.

    5. A soft, decadent "soup" bone perfect if your dog's teeth can't handle anything hard. It's also tender enough to slice into treats if you want to make it last longer.

    Promising review: "My dogs love these bones. My three large huskies have these things devoured in about two minutes. My senior husky, in particular, loves these bones because they’re softer on his teeth. He sometimes fumbles around with the harder bones, but with these bones, he eats them with ease. Also you really can’t beat the price! Love them." —Jill

    Get it from Amazon for $5.72+ (available in different sizes and flavors).

    6. A four-pack of bouncy tennis balls that combine your dog's love of fetching and biting down on a squeaker. They also come in four different sizes (pictured below) so you can go up a size as your puppy grows.

    A dog on a couch with four different-sized tennis balls

    Promising review: "If my dog could speak, he would tell you himself just how much he loves these damn balls! I actually got the small size, because the pictures in the reviews showed them and they seemed a decent size. No, the small is really small, HOWEVER he freakin loved these things! The thing about my buddy is that he is partially blind, so he absolutely loves the squeak of the ball, and the squish like a tennis ball. He likes to pounce on it and then it bounces away, and he tries to find it (sometimes fails and needs help) but he is literally on his back tail wagging feet in the air squishing this ball right now as I write this. He's so happy I had to write this review immediately." —Maria

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99+ (available in different sizes) or Subscribe & Save for $7.99/month.

    7. A log of squeaky squirrels you can hide around the house for your inquisitive dog to find. If you run out of squirrels, you can always order a refill.

    Promising review: "This little toy is so cute. I bought it for my 10-week-old mini-dashchund, Layla. I am glad it is smaller than what I thought, because Layla is tiny herself. When I unwrapped it, she was getting excited. I put it on the floor, she gabbed it and took off with it. Lol. She is enjoying it! Highly recommend this toy!" —JLW76

    Get it from Amazon for $9.52+ (available in different sizes and styles).

    8. A gummy, moldable treat that perfectly camouflages your dog's less-favored medication if getting them to take their pills is always a lost cause.

    A close up of a "pill pocket" treat

    Promising review: "Our dog LOVES Them, they were gone in an instant! My dog doesn't know what to make of a pill, so just thinks it isn't food and isn't interested. Wrap it in this and it is gone in an instant. I don't think he has yet realized that there is a pill inside after a year using these. Our small dog gets a half allergy pill every morning and evening. I usually break these into halves, quarters, or sometimes even into fifths and just mold it like play-dough around the pill. He will do all sorts of tricks for these. Once given it is just gone, no chewing or anything, and he looks at me like I haven't yet given to him. My dog is nuts for these." —Tiger

    Get them from Amazon for $7.98+ (available in different sizes).

    9. A durable "flying squirrel" flying disc you can fling far enough to keep your dog entertained for hours (and that's tough enough to withstand bite marks and endless tossing).

    A small dog fetching a "flying squirrel" shaped frisbee

    Promising review: "Fabulous! My 24 lb Basenji-Rat Terrier mix loves fetching balls, but not traditional disc Frisbees. Only when a friend brought out her dog's Chuck It! Squirrel did she begin fetching it. She has played a bit of tug-of-war with it (with another same sized dog, or with me), chews on the corners a bit, and so far it's holding up." —ey555

    Get it from Amazon for $8.69+ (available in bigger packs).

    10. A pack of digestible, long-lasting dental chews to keep your pooch's teeth and gums in top shape.

    A pitbull chewing on a dental chew bone treat

    Promising review: "I’m so glad I found these bones. I’ve given our pitbull other brands that are grain free but I like these much better. The other brands don’t last long but she gets a good chew out of these. She enjoys these." —ReviewMistress

    Get it from Amazon for $11.97+ (available in different sizes and packs).

    11. A soft plushie with a secret chewy ball inside for when your dog inevitable tears it apart. Perfect if you already have so many half-destroyed toys lying around.

    A cactus plush toy ripped in half to reveal a blue chewy ball

    Promising review: "Bought one for my mom’s 'super chewer' and one for our corgi. They have become the favored toys for both dogs! While the super chewer is working on destroying his, it’s been two to three weeks and the outer cover is still intact. Meanwhile the corgi loves fetching his." —Meghan s.

    Get it from Amazon for $10.99 (available in different sizes and styles).

    12. A bag of uniquely-flavored mini-waffles made from all-natural ingredients. They're thin enough to easily break in half, too.


    Promising review: "My large dog loves these treats. She scarfs them down without much chewing. Her excitement level over these treats has made my pickier dog eat these treats too. I think the little waffle pattern on these treats is cute. These treats can easily be broken in half, although there will be crumbs if they are broken in half. Overall, my dogs like these treats and the ingredients seem healthy. I feel happy giving these treats to my dogs." —Quoad Toad

    Get it from Amazon for $19.84+ (available in other flavors) or Subscribe & Save for $19.84/month.

    13. A rubber alligator that even the toughest chewers won't be able to demolish or accidentally bite pieces out of, making it a worthy investment.

    Promising review: "My dog is a very aggressive chewer, he destroys everything in minutes. If a toy says indestructible he takes that as a challenge and will figure out how to rip it apart. This toy has proven to be up to the challenge. He has tried but failed to destroy the toy. It truly is indestructible. It is lightweight and does not mark walls." —DDM

    Get it from Amazon for $17.99.

    14. A jar of tasty hip/joint-health treats if your dog has arthritis, hip dysplasia, or joint pain (or if their breed is known to develop those problems as they get older).

    A jar of hip and joint treats for dogs
    Vetpro Complete

    Promising review: "I have a 26-pound Jackabee who is pretty old (he's around 12). He has had lower back problems in the past as some beagles do so I wanted to immediately get him on a glucosamine supplement. This is two treats for 1,000 mg, which I believe is a good supplement. He hasn't had his back troubles and doesn't act that stiff for a dog of his age, granted he is in between a small and medium stature. He also seems to love the taste of these. I add it to his morning and night food and he gobbles up the supplement first. I've repurchased this about three times and will continue to repurchase. I definitely would recommend this brand." —Jennifer

    Get it from Amazon for $27.95+ (available in different sizes).

    15. A bobbing toy that dispenses treats for a hands-free way to keep your dog occupied for so, so long (and that's smooth enough to leave your wood floor scratch-free).

    A small terrier playing with a bobbing treat dispenser toy

    Promising review: "Was looking for something to keep our dog busy on his own when we aren't home. I am so impressed with this toy! When he was in the mood and hungry, he opened up and went right to work. The instructions that come with the toy are very helpful. The material of this toy doesn't sound annoying on our wood floor either. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!" —R. Jain

    Get it from Amazon for $11.12+ (available in other sizes).

    16. A pack of low-cal bites if teaching your dog to sit takes a loooot of practice (but they still need rewards as motivation).

    A dog sitting and patiently staring at a bag of small training treats

    Promising review: "When all three dogs are together and I get these out of the pantry, they line up sitting down waiting for their treats. Sometimes they start doing their tricks unprompted before I have even grabbed any of these dog ambrosia bits out of the bag. The other thing I love about these heavenly morsels is the size. They're about the same size as a piece of kibble, so I don't have to break them apart or feel like I'm giving them way too much treat at one time. They fit great in those dog puzzle things too so if that's something you and your pup are into these are great for that." —ThatEagerHero

    Get it from Amazon for $5.06+ (available in different flavors and sizes).

    17. A clever, pun-tastic squeaking toy that doubles as fun decor (and makes an excellent gift for the pet parents in your life)., Amazon

    Promising review: "I bought this Grrrona and Dogs Equis beer toys for my pup, 70 lb retriever cross. I love it more than she does (LOL), we got compliment from everyone! Definitely a keeper! Note: She has a soft mouth. She is not a chewer or does not destroy toys. This is a soft plush toy, so definitely not for dogs who chew or tear squeakers out." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99+ (available in different sizes and styles).

    18. A box of frosted "donuts" for special occasions, doggie parties, or just whenever you want to make your pup spontaneously combust from joy.


    Promising review: "The Doggy Donut box came very well packaged — the presentation was beautiful. I didn’t taste it myself, although our dog ate it up, and begged us for more, so I have to think it was appetizing and delicious. Would definitely buy again." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $38.99 (available in different styles).

    19. A remote camera and treat dispenser that's basically also a toy because you can interact with your pup with just a phone tap away.

    A Furbo dispensing a treat while a hand holds up an iPhone with a dog video on it

    Promising review: "I bought this item for my girlfriend who is deployed overseas in Bahrain. She loves her dog more than anything so I knew this would be a perfect gift for her. The first night I had the Furbo I was awaken several times in the middle of the night by high pitched squealing and giggling of glee from my gf not being able to contain herself. She was so excited to see him, talk to him and give him treats and OH BOY does she like giving him treats! Thanks Furbo, your product is awesome and we all love it!" —Alex Batlle
    Get it from Amazon for $199.

    20. A carton of puppy ice cream you can quickly prep (just mix with water and freeze!) on hot days for a cooling treat.

    Three dogs jumping excitedly for a carton of dog ice cream

    Promising review: "LOVE these!!! I wasn't quite sure what to expect, but the reviews were good on the individual flavors, so ordered the four-pack. Really like that they come dry and you add your own water. It means I can keep a few containers on hand and mix one up, whenever a cool treat is in order! Takes just a couple of minutes to mix up and a couple of hours to freeze firm. We've tried the vanilla and peanut butter so far and my girls LOVE them! This is a better alternative to letting them have a few licks of regular ice cream or frozen yogurt. Definitely won't be an everyday thing but as a special treat...we're sold!" —azcanadienne

    Get a pack of four from Amazon for $29.99 or Subscribe & Save for $29.99/month.

    21. A 2-in-1 ball and rope toy you can chuck and tug with your high-energy pupperoni.


    Promising review: "Great toy, great value! My dog loves balls, and this is a winner! I don't really use for traditional tug with my dog, but use it during training. For dogs that are crazy for balls, this is easy to hang onto while working with your dog. It keeps my dog's attention to work through commands, then he gets to play a little bit of fetch and catch as the reward! I put it up until our next training session and my dog looks forward to playing with it again. I will definitely buy again and recommend to others!" —TeaLeaves & Ladybugs

    Get it from Amazon for $4.52+ (available in different sizes).

    22. A bag of rawhide-free chews that still *feel* like rawhide but taste better and offer extra vitamins and minerals.

    A dog looking at a chew treat

    Promising review: "Been about two years now my Chihuahua has been chewing these rawhide free treats. She's had no stomach issues and is happy as ever and always begging for another." —joe

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99+ (available in different sizes and flavors).

    23. A simple, heavy-duty Kong cone, which is a cult classic for a reason (especially if you put peanut butter or any kind of snack inside).

    A dog carrying a Kong cone during a hike.
    Amazon / Via

    Promising review: "So far this is the best toy I have found, our dog goes through it in about a month, but any other toys he destroys in about 20 minutes, we have a 90 lb American Staffordshire terrier and the size XL works best, the XXL didn't last as long because he can get his mouth inside it better to tear it apart." —Casey

    Get it from Amazon for $8.49+ (available in different sizes).

    24. A pack of dry snacks and squeezable paste to put in your dog's Kong and make them even more blissed out.


    Promising review: "I put a bit of the cheese and a treat in the Kong ball and I know it'll keep my 110-lb buddy busy for at least 10 to 15 minutes." —Bruce

    Get it from Amazon for $18.98 or Subscribe & Save for $18.98/month.

    25. A puzzle only the smartest pups can crack by figuring out where the treats are hidden.


    Promising review: "This is awesome! My border collie’s level of intelligence is a part-time job for me. He requires engagement and he figures out everything fast. This puzzle took him a good hour and a half to figure out the first time and every time after that, he sits with this for about an hour. He’s really calm (which he’s normally not) and concentrated with it, methodically moving pieces. I ordered a second, different puzzle a day after we received this first one. It’s easy to clean because the sliding tiles just pop right off but I’ve just been using his regular kibble in it so it hasn’t hardly gotten dirty at all." —Courtney Oldham

    Get it from Amazon for $19.08+ (available in different sizes and styles).

    26. A package of natural, adorably-shaped biscuits absent of preservatives or questionable ingredients.

    Two corgis staring at a handful of star-shaped treats

    Promising review: "These treats are not only cute shapes, but our dogs also love them! Also love that the ingredient list is small!" —Lauren P

    Get it from Amazon for $12.74+ (available in different sizes and flavors).

    27. A suction cup ball toy so your bb can play alone while you're busy (also handy if you're always uncovering wet tennis balls under your couch).

    An old dog playing with a red ball attached to a suction cup

    Promising review: "My little teddy bear is always biting on something so I purchased this rope/ball toy and she loves it. She plays with it inside and when she goes outside I put it out so she does not chew on my gutter hoses. So far so good, she has not torn up any more of my hoses. The toy is very durable and the brush was an added bonus." —Mario Rivas

    Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

    28. A healthy, easily-customizable birthday pie your pup won't want to share. Great for sharing at a puppy bday or saving as leftovers.

    A dog licking its lips as it looks at a "pup-pie"

    Promising review: "I bought this to celebrate my 12-year-old Australian shepherd's birthday and we could not have been happier. We looked around for the best product and chose this one because it was affordable and also used all ingredients that could even consumed by humans. Many products sneak in animal fats and other things i do not feed my dog. Will buy over and over again and we have already told all of our friends and family. BUY THIS PRODUCT AND SUPPORT THIS COMPANY!" —Nicole! 417

    Get it from Amazon for $9.52 or Subscribe & Save for $9.04/month.

    29. A bundle of sturdy rope toys if your dog(s) crave variety (or just lose their toys all the time).

    Two dogs sitting with multiple rope toys

    Promising review: "I bought this for my Chihuahua Smooth-coat fox terrier.

    He's three and loves to chew on things. I figured that this is great for him to chew on and it lasts longer than other dog toys that would be destroyed. Thank you for providing this great item." —Amazon Customer :o)

    Get it from Amazon for $9.98.

    30. A three-pack of soft toys that are great for squeaking and tossing across the living room (and also don't have stuffing for your dog to pull out and accidentally ingest).


    Promising review: "Bought these for my Pomeranian and she loves them! I wanted something that squeaked, was light weight, and came in a package of more than one and this was EXACTLY what I was looking for! There are three squeakers in each toy (one in the head, one in the middle, and one in the tail). Also since she now has three, she doesn't just focus on one to rip apart. They're actually lasting longer than her other soft toys. These are a great buy with a great price. I would highly recommend! (For small dog owners)" —Nicole

    Get it from Amazon for $9.80.

    31. A set of luxurious macarons (encased in a gorg box) made with whole ingredients so your fur baby feels great before *and* after scarfing them down.

    A dog eating a pink macaron

    Promising review: "My Maltipoo loves these dog macarons. And she is quite picky! She goes crazy when I take the box and cries when I put it away (so I have to hide it now, haha). Everything feels luxurious, from the packaging (that is unseen so far for dog treats and feel it's for human - I'm definitely keeping the box) to the treat itself! It's a hard treat, which I love because my little princess spends some time on it and stays busy for a bit.Think it will become her new to go treat and would probably be a great gift for my friends with a dog to show up at dinners with.Definitely recommended by my princess and princess mom as well! Worth every penny!" —Ekrem Nurhan

    Get it from Amazon for $23.99 (available in different flavors) or Subscribe & Save for $23.99/month.

    The reviews for this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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