Puppies need to chew to help them relieve pain and discomfort from teething, keep their teeth and gums healthy, and develop strong jaws.
Puppies of different ages have different needs when it comes to chew toys.
There are a variety of materials that can be used for chew toys, including rubber, nylon, and plastic.
When choosing chew toys, it's important to look for safety features such as non-toxic materials and small parts that your puppy could choke on.
Rawhide chews can be dangerous for puppies because they can splinter and cause choking or blockages.
Even the safest chew toys can pose a choking hazard if your puppy is not supervised.
To keep your puppy interested in their chew toys, rotate them out regularly. This will help to prevent them from getting bored and chewing on other things.