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  1. #16
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    A tracker! It may not be a fun product for dogs but a tracking device is perfect for securing our dogs.

  2. #17
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    1. Deer Antlers for their toys (because it's not easy to swallow during the play)
    2. GPS tracker or microchip (for their security and protection)
    3. Crate (for traveling)
    4. leather dog leash (for walking)
    5. Milk Bone Original Biscuits for treats (they deserved it after such being a good boy/girl)

  3. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by Furballs&dogbones View Post
    Tennis balls- They last a long time and you can throw them
    Rope tug toys- Your dog can chew them and play with you
    Crate- Keeps your dog contained and safe
    Kong toys, the stuff-able ones- Keeps your dog occupied
    Hula hoop- You can train your dog and bond with him at the same time
    Thanks for this! Didn't know dogs can use hula hoop too. That would be cute though

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