Veterinarian Recommended Dog Toys

Veterinarian Recommended. Dog Approved.

Posted April 15, 2019

What Dog Toys do Vets Recommend?

Veterinarian-Approved Toys for Dogs should be safe, durable nearly indestructible

"These are hands down the best and safest toys I've been able to find for my super tough chewers. Rottweilers and Pitbulls require a durable chew toy that won't damage their teeth and can't be ingested, West Paw toys meet those needs hands down. I confidently recommend them to all of my Veterinary clients." - Denise P.

Making dog toys that are BPA and Phthalate-free, Latex-free, non-toxic, and FDA compliant, might be more than a lot of people are looking for, but for West Paw, we wouldn't have it any other way.

We know some dogs can chew through anything, and this is why we have a durability chart for our toys so that dog owners can be as educated as possible about which toys to give their pet. A smart consumer equals a safer dog. This is why pet professionals from around the world recommend our toys to their clients.

We offer three variations of our award-winning Zogoflex® toys to give dog owners options when it comes to choosing a toy that best fits their dog's chewing habits. An example of this is our safe and durable dog balls. And West Paw's balls (small Jive, small Boz, and large and small Rando) fit in a standard size ball thrower. 

  • Jive® is a solid ball for tough chewers. Solid to the core, and designed with durability for tough to gentle chewers.
  • Boz® has an air-injected center providing a satisfying and durable squish.
  • Rando® has a hollow coare and is perfect for dogs who love to chew and desire a bounce-back resistance.

No matter what Zogoflex, Zogoflex Air, or Zogoflex Echo dog toy you choose, you are guaranteed the most durable and the safest dog toy available. All made by US!



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