Best Plush, Soft & Cuddly Dog Toys

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In this guide we list some of the top plush, soft and cuddly dog toys.

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 Plush, Soft & Cuddly Dog Toys: Top Toys

Some of the top plush/soft dog toys are:

*Note – be careful with small plush toys, squeakers, stuffing, and other materials and objects that can be swallowed by some dogs when playing with plush toys. Supervision may be required with some toys, or you may look at alternative safer toys for your dog. Also – plush toys are usually not suitable for dogs that like to chew on their toys.

 

Best Plush, Soft & Cuddly Dog Toys: Reviews

ZippyPaws Woodland Friends Burrow, Interactive Squeaky Hide and Seek Plush Dog Toy

  • An interactive plush dog toy 
  • Comes as a log with 3 squeaky chipmunks that can be inserted into the cutout holes in the log toy
  • Dogs can spend time pulling the chipmunks out of the holes in the log, and you can put them back in for the dogs to do over and over
  • Good for small and medium sized dogs

 

SmartPetLove Snuggle Puppy Behavioral Aid Toy

  • A soft toy that doubles as a training aid and comfort toy
  • Comes with a small ‘pulsing heart’ device that can be inserted into the toy
  • You can insert heat packs in the toy as well
  • Toy can help with crying, loneliness and separation anxiety in pets
  • Toy is machine washable with the heat pack and heart removed

 

Outward Hound Interactive Puzzle Plush Hide and Seek Activity Dog Toy

  • A hide and seek, interactive, plush toy
  • Has a main log that you can insert small squeaky squirrel toys into, for your dog to pull out
  • Several different sizes available with different numbers of small squirrels included

 

Multipet Gumby Dog Toy

  • A green Gumby dog toy
  • Is plush filled
  • Has a plastic squeaker inside

 

Multipet Sock Monkey Dog Toy

  • A soft sock monkey dog toy
  • Has a plastic squeaker inside

 

Multipet Lambchop Dog Toy

  • A soft lamb dog toy
  • Has a plastic squeaker inside

 

Multipet Mr. Bill Dog Toy

  • A 10 inch soft dog toy
  • Makes a noise when squeezed

 

Multipet Duckworth Duck Dog Toy

  • Plush filled duck dog toy that comes in assorted colors
  • Filled with squeaker and stuffing
  • Ducks are 15 inches
  • You receive one duck in your order
  • Supervision is recommended with these toys

 

BarkBox Interactive 2-in-1 Stuffed Plush Squeaky Dog Toy

  • A 2 in 1 stuffed, and squeaky dog toy
  • 4 different toy styles available 
  • This toy is has fluffy stuffing on the inside, and has interactive elements that are perfect for shredding, trashing, and squeaking!

 

ZippyPaws – Skinny Peltz No Stuffing Squeaky Plush Dog Toy (Fox, Raccoon, and Squirrel)

  • Squeaky fox, raccoon and squirrel dog toys
  • Comes without stuffing
  • Toys are each 18 inches

 

Best Plush, Soft & Cuddly Dog Toys: Buyer’s Guide

Plush/Soft Dog Toys And Chewers

Plush toys are better for dogs that aren’t chewers.

Plush toys aren’t the best toys for dogs that like to chew a lot because they aren’t very durable, and also, dogs can pull out the stuffing inside and swallow it. They can also tear the toy open and swallow any squeaker that might be inside. So, we aware of these things.

Also be aware that some plush toys come with smaller plush figures which can be swallowed by bigger dogs.

You might look at dog toys more suited to chewers instead.

 

General Buyer’s Guide & FAQ On Dog Toys

We put together this buyer’s and FAQ guide for dog toys where we outline information on:

  • 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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