1. A poop emoji plush that’ll be their new sleeping buddy.
Promising review: “This toy is pretty solidly constructed. The stuffing is really thick so that my pup has a lot of ‘meat’ to bite into. This one has two squeakers, one in the body and one in the poop head. Rex really enjoyed tearing off her bow and has been prancing her about the house as if he has a best new girlfriend!” —AMZN Customer
Price: $10+ // Rating: 4.5/5 // Available in brother poop, momma poop, papa poop, pet poop, and sister poop.
2. A pair of collapsible cat tunnels for when they just wanna get away. From you.
Promising review: “Excellent quality. This came with a long tunnel and a shorter tunnel, each with a toy on the end. I have two cats, 14 years old. One of them loves to be buried under just about anything so I thought he would love this. The first night he sat inside the tunnel for at least an hour. They love these two tunnels, especially the attached toys.” —KF
Price: $15.97 // Rating: 4.7/5
Promising review: “Both my rabbits love this! It only takes them a minute or so to clear the board, but I can tell they get excited when they see me filling it up. We use dried papaya, raisins, and herb leaves from the garden as treats. They either dig the tops off or lift them with their mouths.” —buggnlugzz
Price: $16.99 // Rating: 4.5/5
4. A rubber football that’ll squeak and bounce its way into your furry family member’s heart.
Promising review: “Durable rubber doy toy that my dog loves. It squeaks when hit with a paw and takes crazy bounces when you throw it. Lots of fun.” —Kimra
Price: $4.70+ // Rating: 4.1/5 // Sizes: Available in small, medium, and large.
5. A snuggly behavioral toy with a faux heartbeat that’ll soothe puppies.
Promising review: “I bought this before I even got my Italian greyhound puppy because of all the good reviews. She took to it right away and sleeps with it every day. The ‘real heartbeat’ sound is really ‘real.’ And that battery lasts forever! One time I washed it by mistake and it still worked! My pup chews and drags it all around. The Velcro on the belly is really sturdy because she hasn’t been able to chew it open.” —Jessica Lienhard
Price: $36.39+ // Rating: 4.2/5 // Colors: Available in five color combos.
6. A versatile shreddable toy that’ll work for small creatures like birds, rats, and more!
Promising review: “If you untie the string and take the shreddable ‘donuts’ off the kabob, you can add them as parts to other toys. I added kabob donuts to a Mac’s Spinner Sticks Natural Bird Toy. And, yes, I needed a little help from a drill to make the donut holes bigger. It causes my budgie (parakeet) to split his time between shredding kabob donuts and chewing on the wooden parts from the other toy. The kabob parts now last longer for me, (when compared to just leaving them on the kabob), and my budgie is generally happier with toys that have a mix of parts.” —Time to walk the dog, Dave
Price: $5.99+ // Rating: 4.5/5 // Sizes: Available in four sizes.
7. A tug-of-war toy that won’t catch dogs’ teeth like regular rope.
Promising review: “My dogs LOVE to play tug, but one of my girls has not-so-great teeth, so ropes basically end up pulling her little front teeth out and make her bleed. This toy, however, doesn’t do that. She can tug and tug and tug and no issues! They get it all stretched out in a line, and then it just bounces right back! When things start to get nuts, I can walk up and just pull this out of all three of their mouths. Whatever it’s made out of makes it easier because they don’t get their teeth actually embedded in the toy, like they would a rope.” —Alicia L. Silva
Price: $12.95+ // Rating: 4/5 // Sizes: Available in small and large. Colors: Available in three colors.
8. A lazy lookout tower so your hamsters, gerbils, or mice can enjoy the view.
Promising review: “Photo shows how our winter whites would laze in it and how we’ve put it together with the Happy Pet Hamster Mice Slide Toy Room House. My winter whites love napping in them and we love watching them when they’re in it.” —WE.Neo
Price: $10.49 // Rating: 4/5
Promising review: “My cat has had it for five months and plays with it every day. It still has sounds now. It is my cat’s favorite toy and she grooms it all the time.” —Yi He
Price: $3.99+ // Rating: 4.4/5 // Available in bunny, bird, squirrel, fox, raccoon, and skunk.
10. A log and squeaky squirrels set that’ll keep your pup busy — and give them some new friends to tote around the house.
Promising review: “My lab fell in love with it! I got the ‘Ginormous’ one and it was well worth the $14. It is 15” tall and comes with six squeaking squirrels. He is having a blast and already has removed one squeaker, but the squirrel is still intact. The stitching is very good and durable. He is particularly interested in chewing the cardboard base, (cardboard between the fabrics for support). Finally a toy that challenges and excites him.” —Capt. Ken Caine
Price: $7.99 // Rating: 4.4/5 // Sizes: four sizes // Also available in bee or bird.
11. A coconut hideaway for birds, rats, hamsters, and other little buds.
Promising review: “This is such a fun find for my English budgie. She loves to whistle or talk in it, I think she likes the echo. I catch her sleeping in there, too. She wasn’t sure at first, but I made sure the ladder was secure enough to ensure her confidence, and also put some spray millet in there. It didn’t take long before she liked it.” —Candace
Price: $8.99 // Rating: 4.2/5
12. A tough rubber ball for the equally angelic and devilish dog.
Promising review: “Toby the dog had a blast with these toys. They are durable, squeaky, and bounce funny. We had one good cuz and one bad cuz so as not to throw off the delicate balance between good and evil. He seemed to enjoy both with equal enthusiasm.” —Michael A. Clauss
Price: $5.99+ // Rating: 4/5 // Sizes: Available in medium and large.
Promising review: “This is a great toy. Large, but lightweight. My bunny loves to chew on it. It can stand up on the end or roll while on the side. After almost two years our bunny still has this.” —Emily V
Price: $5.49 // Rating: 4.1/5
14. A soft moose that’ll make lots of new friends ASAP.
Promising review: “My pitbulls are huge babies. They know the difference between tug-of-war toys and cuddle stuffies. So when this moose showed up under the Christmas tree they fell in LOVE. It’s soft and very durable, able to handle hours of love nibbles and squeaker chewing. They’ve been obsessed with this toy since Christmas and it’s still perfect, every stitch in place. It arrived on time and I couldn’t be more satisfied. And I have to buy another one for my girl because she steals it every time he puts it down.” —Seabass
Price: $9.68 // Rating: 4/5 // Sizes: Available in three sizes. // Also available in alligator, blue dog, squirrel, elephant, rabbit, lion, rhino, monkey, and lamb.
15. A pack of colorful springs that’ll keep your cat from bouncing off the walls.
Promising review: “They don’t really function very well as springs, but that’s really not the point of these anyway. They’re very lightweight so that they travel very far when batted. Their shape is diverse to keep cats engaged. And my dog seems to have no interest in them since there’s no thick plastic to chew on.” —AFDP
Price: $5.18 // Rating: 4.5/5
16. A tough ball that’ll outlast lots of rough play and fetch sessions.
Promising review: “My German shepherd plays fetch constantly and mouths the ball all the way back. She also sleeps with her ball. She is never without one. Admittedly, she does have different brand balls, but JW products are one of my favorite. They are affordable and they last for quite a while and I don’t have to worry about them damaging her teeth.” —WndyNewton
Price: $3.99+ // Rating: 4.4/5 // Sizes: Available in small, medium, and large.
17. A collapsible three-way tunnel that’s a great escape for cats, puppies, and rabbits.
Promising review: “I got this for my lionhead rabbit since he’s very curious and loves to play. I barely had this on the ground before he was running around in it and poking his head through the hole in the center! He will move it around as he likes it, so even though I will put it one way, he will push it with his nose until it’s where he likes it. I’ve already taught him that when I ring the bell that it’s treat time, so he’ll come to that end and eat his treats out of my hand.” —Dear Abby
Price: $19.97 // Rating: 4.8/5 // Colors: Available in 11 colors.
18. A set of nylon bones that’ll make for strong, healthy teeth.
Promising review: “I received this toy in a BarkBox over three years ago. My dachshund mix loved it so much that I had to hunt for this toy when a replacement was needed. We have never put treats in the pods. There has been no need. Now it’s been three years and around seven replacements. This toy is still his favorite by far. Our local vet says that our dog’s teeth are strong and healthy, and credits it to healthy chewing. I believe this toy has contributed to that.” —Kylina
Price: $6.89 // Rating: 4/5 // Sizes: Available in small and large.
19. A willow-branch ball that’s perfect for tiny nibbles from rabbits and chinchillas.
Promising review: “I recently got this toy for my 7-month-old dwarf rabbit and she absolutely loves it! She enjoys tossing it around her cage and chewing on the wood. The only complaint I would have is that the toy ends up leaving a mess of wood pieces. Other than that, it’s a fantastic toy and I would recommended it to any owner of a rabbit!” —Lynn Palazzolo
Price: $2.99 // Rating: 4.3/5
20. A fluffy duck that’ll hold up in the wash.
Promising review: “This is the equivalent of my greater Swiss mountain dog’s blankie. He carries it around the house and sleeps with it in his mouth. It usually lasts around six months or so before I need to order a new one, which I think is pretty good considering the use it gets. (Granted, he is luckily not a very destructive dog.) Holds up in the wash, too.” —Erica
Price: $8.75 // Rating: 4.4/5
21. A peek-a-prize box to stimulate your cat’s mind.
Promising review: “This is a huge favorite and has held my kitten’s interest; I keep this out all the time and he loves the little striped balls that came with it. He learned to get the little balls out and then quickly discovered how to drop them back in to start the game over again. To keep it interesting, I hide new things in it like catnip mice, mylar ‘tinsel’ balls, and edible treats like his favorite, dehydrated mice.” —Desert Gypsy
Price: $19.57 // Rating: 4/5
22. A fabric disc that’s durable, yet gentle on hyper dogs’ mouths.
Promising review: “I felt bad for my dog when we would play Frisbee. He would come back all bloodied because he bit his tongue while retrieving the plastic dog Frisbee. That ended his favorite activity for the day. After doing some research I came across the Hyper Pet Flippy Floppy. Murfee LOVES it. The rim is firm, (feels like rope), and the center is material. It hovers in the air if the wind catches it, can be played with in the pool, and of course, can go to bed with your dog. They have held up with daily use for over a year.” —Terri Huffstetler
Price: $6.95 // Rating: 4.5/5
23. A pretty caterpillar your pups can wear like a fancy feather boa.
Promising review: “This is our pups’ favorite toy. They’ve had it more than six months and it’s still intact and squeaking!” —Amazon Customer
Price: $22.08 // Rating: 4.3/5
24. A box o’ cat toys you can dangle in front of your discerning pets.
Promising review: “Both my kittens enjoyed the toys attached to the stick and ring more than the loose toys, easier to fit in their tiny mouths for chewing. They liked chasing after the loose toys but that’s pretty much where it ended. It’s been a couple months and they (amazingly enough) haven’t gotten sick of these toys yet.” —Julia
Price: $15.95 // Rating: 4.5/5
25. An automatic, pounce-worthy toy that will occupy kitties.
Promising review: “We foster kittens a litter at a time and have a room just for them. This toy helps on so many levels. At a certain point, kittens become very excited to explore the world beyond the door. They miss us when we cannot spend hours sitting and playing with them. So to help ease the disappointment when we leave their room, we turn this bad boy on and they go nuts for it! The mouse is unpredictable, has four speeds, and goes forwards and backwards, stopping at one of the three mouse holes at random to flit in and out of it for several moments before changing directions or moving on around the track again. It runs for a good 10 minutes and by then we have gotten out and are settled elsewhere, then the kittens go about their normal playing when the toy turns off.” —Jennifer
Price: $27.95 // Rating: 4/5
26. A sturdy mirror that’ll satisfy even the most vain of birds.
Promising review: “Not only does the bird love it, but he sleeps on top of the mirror. Go figure. The bird liked the price, too. He called it ‘cheep.’” —George
Price: $3.39 // Rating: 4.5/5
Promising review: “We have bought a few of these and the dogs love them. None of them squeak now but they still love them. I think they broke the squeaker within a week or less, but dogs still play with them every day. The small is great for all of our dogs, but the medium is okay too. Our small yorkiepoo seems to prefer the medium size, but the largest cocker spaniel prefers the small size.” —Debra Leger
Price: $3.99+ // Rating: 4/5 // Sizes: Available in small and medium in single or double packs.
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