Toys are magical. They can be simple or complicated. They can be a catalyst for interaction or enjoyed alone.
Toys develop imagination and coordination.
Toys lead to laughter, wagging, smiling, loving.
Toys build brains and keep bodies busy.
Everybody - every dog - needs toys!
|A stick is cheaply and easily replaced when it is worn out!|
|This stuffed toy belonged to our children when they were small. It was Toby's favorite until the sad day he figured out how to open it.|
|Toby's friend Ryan sent him this raccoon so he could pretend he was a wolf...|
|In his Halloween costume Toby seemed to think Mareto was an animated stuffed toy. Mareto sometimes seemed to think the same thing about Toby!|
|Play with a ropy toy ends in a cuddle.|
|You can never have too many toys.|
|Toys (if durable enough) can keep a dog out of trouble.|
A wily dog can use his toys to teach the humans to fetch for him.
Brainteaser toys are fun even when they're too easy, as long as there are treats hidden inside!
Toys are not frivolous luxuries.
Toys make life happier, because
toys make love happen.