Pugs love their toys. And they love destroying them too! So when we asked our I Love My Pug Facebook community which toys, we got hundreds of responses. Below we’ll share a handful of the most popular suggestions on best toys for pugs.
The 15 Top Toys for Pugs, According to Real Pug Owners
We just bought a blue one at tractor supply it is the best one as have ever had. They have not even torn it up or ripped it
Author: Sheldon B.
My Peke Pug was very good With her toys. She knew them by name. Her favorite was a squeaky hedgehog. Hadn’t 16 years.
Author: Charleen B.
My pug LOVES her dinosaur and it has lasted 4 years!!! Target has them too.
Author: Jamie H.
Tractor supply indestructible, toy our pups. Love it. About five dollars. Tell mother black pug Hass to grab it first thing in the morning when she comes out of her room, she carries it around in her mouth all the time.
Author: Dorothy B.
Nylabones. We have at least a half a dozen floating around and they have lasted.
Author: Andrea C.
Bully Maker. She loves them and chews all the time.
Author: Rachelle W.
Stuffed ducks, all 20 of them through the years. I still sleep with one now that he has crossed over.
Author: Penny M.
Kong is the best!
Author: Annmarie W.
Lucy loves this realistic looking stuffed rabbit. She likes hedgehogs as well.
Author: Bethanie R.
My Moxie loves her rubber ball she’s had this almost a year with heavy chewing it’s her favorite toy and it’s still going strong.
Author: Maggie R.
I bought this off Amazon. They come three in a package and squeak.
Author: Nancy C.
Deer and elk antlers and bull horns
Author: Melissa M.
My bumbles likes his stuffies. But they have unstuffed toys for dogs that shred stuff toys.
Author: Nora S.
A little round stuffed hedgehog.
Author: Helen B.
MY LILY’S FAVORITE TOY IS AN ACRYLIC WISHBONE
Author: Sue C.
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