Satin balls for dogs


Satin balls for dogs with small hands?

Hey, if you're still reading, I just bought this (the link is in the first post). I have a 5 month old Lab, a little more chubby than most, with small hands and paws. I can fit about two of these balls into them and he has gotten some good uses out of them. He loves to throw them in the air, and if they land on the ground, they get a lot of tugging and licking. So far so good.

My problem is, he gets a little upset if I put the ball on the floor, or if I put it on a hard surface.

I got the idea from here: http://www.cobweb.com/pets/articles/satin.html

I was thinking about buying a dog bed, but then I read the following:

"A soft bed is preferred to a hard bed since hard beds cause pain to the pads of the feet and can cause hip dysplasia, especially in dogs over the age of five or six. If your dog has an age-related health problem such as arthritis, obesity, or joint issues, a soft bed is a safer choice. For a dog who is young and has a nice clean, healthy foot, a hard bed is just fine."

I was just wondering if there was any truth to that, or if I should just go ahead and buy a bed. I want a bed that's easy to clean, but I don't want him to have to use the bathroom on it.

This is the second one I have bought. My previous one was not that big and he liked it fine, but this one is a bit bigger and I think will fit him better. I got it because I read somewhere that you could put them on the floor, so I went ahead and bought it anyway.

I'm going to try to keep it away from the floor for the first week or two until he gets used to it.

I've never had any problems with this kind of bed. The dog would probably try to put his paws in the holes and play with it, and then he'd get tired and the dog bed is easy to clean and you can take it outside.

But I had a very similar one, and my dog hated it. It was so low to the ground, and he couldn't get his paws out. I think I may have gotten him a little one to try, or maybe he's just a picky dog. I've since given away the ones I had.

My previous dog had a very large head and when I bought his dog bed I went with a smaller one. It made the bed low and the dog was comfortable. As he aged though the large head got bigger and the bed went too high. I put some sheets on it to make it more comfortable for my dog. I didn't know what I was doing. I wish I had asked before I went ahead and bought it, but I had been using the same bed and the dog was fine.

The new bed is bigger and is pretty low. I think it might work for my dog.

"To the white man, all colors are the same, but to the colored man, all white men are the same." - William Edward Burghardt Du Bois

I got one of these for my 7 year old chocolate lab, and it's not bad at all. It's kind of a big soft bed, which he likes to sleep on, and it's kind of bouncy, which keeps him from sliding off. He likes to have the sides wrapped around his neck while he sleeps.

I wouldn't really worry too much about the holes, as long as it's something like the one you linked to and doesn't go all the way through and hit the floor.

I just bought two new toys today, one of these and a new Kong. I think my cat will be interested in the balls and Kong but not this one.

My kong is a bit smaller than the one on the picture. The picture is about 3x as tall as the toy and has more holes in it, but I got it at Walmart, and it's a bit larger and there's only 2 holes. It's kind of big.

My kong is a bit smaller than the one on the picture. The picture is about 3x as tall as the toy and has more holes in it, but I got it at Walmart, and it's a bit larger and there's only 2 holes. It's kind of big.

That sounds like a good toy. It looks like it's kind of a smaller version of the one I linked to.

I think he will like it. We are going to put it away in a corner where he can't get to it too quickly. If he wants it he can reach out and play with it. I'm pretty sure he's going to love it.

"To the white man, all colors are the same, but to the colored man, all white men are the same." - William Edward Burghardt Du Bois

The links you posted look good and I have looked at them. This one (the smaller one with the holes) I am not worried about him being able to reach it. He is pretty fast on his feet. I was just worried that the ones you linked to, where he couldn't get his paws out, was going to be a problem for him.

My previous dog had a very large head and when I bought his dog bed I went with a smaller one. It made the bed low and the dog was comfortable. As he aged though the large head got bigger and the bed went too high. I put some sheets on it to make it more comfortable for my dog. I didn't know what I was doing. I wish I had asked before I went ahead and bought it, but I had been using the same bed and the dog was fine.

The new bed is bigger and is pretty low. I think it might work for my dog.

I think I might get one


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