"Is Their A Science To Finding The Perfect Pet Toy?"
According to Anthroozoology Institute ....
Researchers at the University of Bristol's Veterinary School have
discovered a formula to help you find the perfect toy.
*study published on July 10,2012 in the well-known
animal behavior journal Animal Cognition.
Here's What RESEARCHER SAID you should look for in a toy:
The Co-author Anne Pullen of the University of Bristol
research team explains that the perfect toys should be "soft, easily
manipulable toys that can be chewed easily and/or make a noise."
"Dogs quickly lose interest in toys with hard, unyielding surfaces, and
those that don't make a noise when manipulated," Pullen added.
Dogs can quickly become bored with their toys after a period of time.
It's best to find a toy that you can interact with them to help
spark their interest again.
Their research proves this unusual dynamic toy pass with flying colors?
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