Plush ball and bone combo. Dogs love soft toys, so give them one of their own to avoid them bee-lining for yours (yes, if they are smart they do know the difference). It's comforting and fun.
Chocking HazardSmall toys that can fit entirely into the dog's mouth can create a choking hazard for your dog including balls and chew toys. Please chose an appropriate toy size for your pet. Any Pet toys may pose choking hazards, only give them to your dog when you're there to supervise Avoid toys with sharp parts or corners. Please note that no toy is completely indestructible.
Regularly inspect your pet toys for damage , cracks or missing pieces, and replace worn or damaged toys to avoid a choking hazard
Chews: Pieces can break off and be swallowed, getting stuck in the intestines and causing blockages or choking hazard. Ensure that you purchase chews that are sized appropriately for your pet and that they are given under supervision.