In this guide we list some of the top flirt poles and lure toys for dogs.
We’ve also included a link to a general buyer’s guide and answers to some FAQs about dog toys.
Let’s take a look!
(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)
Best Flirt Poles & Lure Toys For Dogs: Top List
Some of the best flirt poles and lure toys for dogs are:
- Squishy Face Studio Flirt Pole V2 with Braided Fleece Lure (on Amazon)
- Outward Hound Tail Teaser Dog Flirt Pole Toy (on Amazon)
Best Flirt Poles & Lure Toys For Dogs: Reviews
Squishy Face Studio Flirt Pole V2 with Braided Fleece Lure
- Improved upon compared to the original Flirt pole
- Is a flirt pole rod, with a fleece lure attached
- Can be used for exercise and training as well as mental exercise
- Can be used with dogs of most sizes
- Comes in two different lengths
- Comes in different colors
- Additional lure toys can be purchased with the rod
Outward Hound Tail Teaser Dog Flirt Pole Toy
- A flirt pole with a nylon cord
- Comes with two faux fur tail toys that squeak and rattle (these tail teaser toys mimic prey for your dogs to chase)
- Has a nylon pole with a handle that you hold
- Can be used indoors or outdoors
Best Flirt Poles & Lure Toys For Dogs: Buyer’s Guide
Who Would Get A Flirt Pole Or A Lure Toy … and, What Are They Used For?
Flirt poles and lure toys are used to get your dog to chase and try to catch the tail toy/object on the end of the lure cord.
They can be used for:
- Owners with limited mobility
- Indoor and outdoor exercise
- To tire dogs out without you having to move yourself (apart from some light walking and arm/hand movements)
- Training and obedience commands (such as release)
- To distract dogs out in public
- Dogs with a natural prey drive – can address it in a safe way
They may not be suitable though for very powerful dogs – they could catch the tail teaser object and tear it off the cord/rod.
General Buyer’s Guide & FAQ Guide For Dog Toys
- The substitution of interaction, attention and exercise for dog toys
- Different types and styles of dog toys
- Different materials commonly used in dog toys
- New, secondhand, homemade and DIY, and sustainable/eco friendly and natural dog toys
- What size dog toy to get
- How you might maintain your dog’s interest in it’s toys
- Safety considerations for dog toys
- How you might find safe dog toys (and some further information on dog toy safety)
- Other potential problems with some dog toys
- Dog toys specifically for puppies
- What to do with used dog toys
- How to wash/clean dog toys safely
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