Pets, especially dogs, are restless creatures – playful curiosity and requirement for constant stimulus are inherent in their nature. They like to react to any stimulus. Chewing behaviour is also a part of their natural habits. Chew toys for dogs are the best way to keep them busy and protect valuable items such as furniture, sofa, shoes, etc. However, not every toy are safe for them and it requires some attention on your part to choose the right toy for the dog to play or chew.
The most basic consideration is the size and strength of the toy. Chew toys for dogs should not be too small for a dog's mouth; the dog will try to swallow them and end up with problems. Chew toys should not be easily broken or shed debris from biting and chewing action. If the puppy is teething hard artificial bones are good and they also last longer. You can also find a variety of other dog chew toys on https://getvetco.com/product-category/play/chew-toys/.
Do not estimate a dog's jaw strength by its size. Some breeds such as terriers are smaller but have tremendous jaw strength. Their jaws may be much stronger than dogs of some other breeds that are twice their size. So, you need to be mindful before parting money for chew toys for dogs.
Toys with moving parts are inherently unsafe; when they fall apart, parts can be stuck in the throat or get stuck in the teeth. Even if swallowed successfully they are still undesirable. A typical example of such a toy is a ball that has a few bells or sound-making device in it. Another popular example is the squeaking toy.