If you’re fortunate to have a pool on your property or you live close to a safe outdoor body of water, then your dog might love to take play sessions in an aquatic direction!
Here are five dog toys that your dog will love chasing in the water!
1. A Flying Squirrel Dog Toy
Consider taking your dog’s squirrel chasing tendencies to the next level by picking up a flying squirrel toy.
Produced by Chuckit!, this spirited blue and orange toy can be tossed into a pool where it will float tantalizingly on the surface, luring your pooch into the pool to fetch it.
For late night adventuring hounds, the flying squirrel’s four paws also glow in the dark.
2. A Kick Fetch Dog Toy
Tired of throwing balls around for your pooch to retrieve? Try switching things up with a kick toy that lets your feet take on some of the play duties.
Better yet, Chuckit!’s kick fetch dog toy floats, so feel free to boot it into the pool and let the canine splashing commence.
3. A Squeaky Lizard Dog Toy
If you find that your dog loves to totally destroy their toys, investigate Outward Hound’s Fire Biterz series, which are constructed out of extra durable fire hose materials.
Resembling a lizard, this toy not only floats due to the way it’s made, but it also emits squeak noises to add a sonic flourish to the chase.
4. A Floating Dog Toy
Suitable for use in pools, lakes, ponds, and even safe ocean spots, KONG’s Wet Wubba toy is crafted from vividly colored neoprene so that it’s always readily visible when floating in water.
The Wet Wubba is also super quick drying, so you don’t have to worry about dragging dripping wet toys back into the house at the end of the day.
5. A Glow-In-The-Dark Dog Toy
Whether you’re up before the birds in the morning or embarking on an evening play session, a glow-in-the-dark dog toy offers extra visibility to make sure fetch games don’t become confusing due to the dark.
The aerodynamic Max Glow Zipflight from Chuckit! glides gracefully through the air and lights up for a solid half hour from just a quick five minute charge. Don’t worry, the toy doesn’t need any batteries; you simply charge by placing the toy under a bright light!
Does your dog love to play in the water? What toys does your pup like chasing in the pool or lake? Let us know in the comments section below!