I don’t know about you, but I love spoiling my dogs by buying them toys. I mean, is there anything more joyful than watching your pup with a brand new stuffie?
But when you have budget constraints, buying toys becomes an occasional thing rather than a regular things. And you try to make the toys you have last longer.
It’s been a challenge, especially when I had Jack Russells who could dismember a toy in less than a half hour after receiving a new toy. Over the years, I’ve learned some ways to keep the toys plentiful in our house.
Ways to Save Money When Buying Dog Toys
Here are some toys that fit some of the tips I’ve given.
Tuffy brand soft toys are a favorite of mine. They have multiple layers of material and stitching that make it harder for your dog to get through.
I’ll admit it. Sometimes I enjoy watching how much fun my dogs have destuffing a toy. But not every toy. These Skinneeez Stuffingless Toys mean no toys destroyed for their stuffing.
Buying in multipacks can bring the cost per toy down. Stash the extras away for the future.
With so many ways to save on dog toys, your dog doesn’t have to forego fun. Pick one or two tips to start with.
Have you tried any of these tips?
Do you have a favorite tip for saving money on dog toys?