Top Toy Picks: 3 Of The Best Toys For Retrievers
How many toys have you bought for your retriever that have lasted less than an hour?
We bet it’s quite a few.
What if we told you you could get your paws on a bundle of motivational, durable, interactive training toys especially for retrievers like yours?
Toys that will help you…
✅ Improve your training results
✅ Boost your bond
✅ And have LOADS of fun
Well, keep reading because we’re about to talk you through the three BEST toys for your retriever (and give you a cheeky discount)...
Whether Golden, Labrador, curly-coated or flat coated, your retriever will go bananas for the chance to grab on to the fluffy, real Sheepskin bite area of this tug toy.
But, that’s not the only reason this toy is in our top three picks of the best toys for retrievers. This toy is extra special because it features something that every retriever will find irresistible - a built-in tennis ball.
This feature makes theSheepskin Bungee Chaser With Tennis Ball the perfect weight for throwing and fetching on walks - or in your garden. Plus, our comfortable bungee handle means you and your goldie, labrador or other retriever can safely enjoy hours of super-rewarding tugging fun.
Historically, gundogs like retrievers were used to sniff out and retrieve birds and game, which might explain why our Crazy Thing tug toy is such a guaranteed winner for your retriever.
The soft strands of colourful fleece mimic the feathers of a bird, making this a super-motivating, interactive toy that will get your retriever fired up, ready to play and learn.
Let them grab hold of the fleece and shake to their heart’s content!
The durable bungee handle means you can keep a good grip and avoid neck or shoulder strain when playing tug. The only tricky part is deciding which colour combination you like best!
You don’t need us to tell you that one of the things your retriever loves most of all is treats!
Our Bungee Food Bag adds an extra element of motivation to the average tug toy by allowing you to stuff it full of treats before throwing or playing.
This is a fantastic option if your retriever is new to playing tug or if they aren’t yet used to interactive play being a reward for good behaviour by itself.
It’s also a great tool for enriching play. Fill it with treats and throw it as far as you can - your retriever will love sniffing it out, bringing it back to you and then getting to snaffle up the treats and play a game of tug. Winner!