1. Chukit! Ultra Ball
These rubber Ultra Balls are more durable and easier to clean than tennis balls. Some days it’s hard to tell if Juniper loves me, the person who provides her with food and shelter, or her Chukits more.
2. Hamilton 3/8-Inch Single Thick Nylon European Lead
I’ll never go back to a standard leash after having a European leash, especially in the city. You can sling it over your shoulder when you need both hands, the adjustable clips are convenient when tethering during bodega coffee runs or dining outdoors, and the double-ply material is strong enough to withstand puppy teeth.
3. Benebone Bacon-Flavored Wishbone Chew Toy
The wishbone shape makes it easy to chew and it’s nice knowing there are no artificial flavors added. June’s had hers since the first day I adopted her and has yet to lose interest.
FETCH-A-HOLICS REJOICE! Automatic tennis ball launcher lets small dogs play fetch to their hearts' content.
MINI TENNIS BALLS: Finally, a toy made for small dogs! Comes with 3 mini tennis balls (1.6-inch diameter). Note: This is the small iFetch automatic ball thrower. The iFetch Too is the larger automatic ball launcher.
PHYSICAL & MENTAL: Running and fetching? Perfect. Learning to initiate fetch on their own? Priceless. Owner supervision is recommended
5. Nite Ize NiteHowl LED Dog Light Collar Safety Necklace
This necklace is great for everything from late trips to the dog run to camping trips. The collar is brightly lit all around and makes it really easy to spot her when she’s off the leash. There are two settings: steady illumination and flash mode (for when she feels like partying).