Loads of stimulating play is important for any dog, but especially so to keep your deaf best friend from getting bored and destructive. Being hard of hearing means that your dog isn’t going to have as much fun with all those squeaky toys as some other pooches might, so it’s time to looks for things that are visually stimulating, deliver treats and are challenging enough to keep your dog mentally alert.
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Toys that dispense treats are always a favourite with doggos. Great for dogs that tend to guzzle their food, pups that need some encouragement to ‘play’ – like rescue dogs that simply never learnt how to as puppies, and just as a general distraction for your dog when they’re alone, this durable four-out-of-five stars rated ball is sure to be a hit with your furbaby.