The 2018 year is coming to an end, and if you have a pup that loves destroying toys, then you probably have gone through a lot this year. If you want to get your tough chewer the perfect toy for the new year, we're here to help. Here are some of the best toys for tough chewers from this year.
West Paw Hurley Dog Bone
This bone is colorful, fun, and most importantly - tough! This bone-shaped toy is actually shaped more like a mini barbell, but is perfect for your pup to carry around and chew on. It comes in multiple colors and multiple sizes so that you can find the perfect fit for your pup. The rubber is both durable and bouncy, so you can have fun playing fetch while still having peace of mind that it won't be destroyed by tomorrow.
Benebone Bacon Flavored Wishbone
Does your dog like chew toys with a bit of flavor? The answer is probably "yes," since most dogs LOVE bacon. This wishbone-shaped chew toy has the three classic sides of a wishbone, so that your pup can alternate which side they chew. The bacon flavor will have they always wanting to chew on the toy while the indestructible rubber is, well, indestructible!
Kong Extreme Ball
Kong is famous for their durable toys, and this rubber ball is no exception. It has the word "extreme" in it for a reason - the rubber is durable and built to withstand even the toughest chewers. If your dog loves tennis balls but you don't love the mess that they make when they rip them apart, then this toy is the perfect compromise. You'll still be able to throw it around in the backyard and your pup won't be able to rip it apart.
Mammoth Flossy 3-Knot Tug Rope
If your pup loves rope toys but you hate the mess, then you've found the right one with this Mammoth-brand toy. This rope has three different knots for chewing, but the material is tougher than standard rope and wound tighter, which makes it much more difficult for your pup to pull apart. Plus, it's great for a game of tug-o-war!
West Paw Tux Tux Treat Toy
This toy, also designed by West Paw, is the perfect way to stuff treats into a toy while still ensuring that the toy holds up. The flexible-but-tough material holds up to your dog's jaws, while the open groove in the middle of the toy is perfect for stuffing treats in. Even when your pup fishes the treats out, the rubber will stay tough and resilient against their teeth.
Hopefully these tough toys will get you all the way through the upcoming year!