PetSafe has introduced six new products to its ‘Play and Challenge’ range, with additions including four treat dispensing chew toys for dogs and two new laser toys for cats.
The toys are reportedly designed to redirect bad behaviours such as chewing and jumping into “positive play” for both dogs and cats.
According to PetSafe, the new range of four treat dispensing toys keep pets engaged and can help keep teeth clean. Looking and smelling like snacks, the durable rubber toys help keep dogs’ teeth and gums clean by preventing and removing build-up as they chew, on the toys’ textured surfaces.
The toys are said to also bring “long-lasting, interactive play” that helps relieve dogs’ boredom and calm separation anxiety. They are also BPA-free, and come in a range of sizes. They are also top rack dishwasher safe to help make cleaning easy.
The new range also includes the Frosty Cone, an ice cream shaped rubber treat toy that helps dogs cool down while keeping them entertained.
As well as the new dog range, PetSafe has also introduced two new laser toys for cats.
The Zoom Automatic Laser Light is a hands-free toy that features two darting red dot lasers that rotate 360 degrees.
As it operates with minimal electronic sounds, timid cats can also enjoy the toy. It also shuts off after 15 minutes to prevent cats from becoming overstimulated.
In addition, the Laser Tail Automatic Laser Light is a mobile automated laser toy that moves around the floor randomly, while its laser ‘tail’ follows behind and creates patterns that are visually interesting to cats.
Rob Steele, marketing manager, PetSafe, said: “Our Play & Challenge range is one of our best performing categories and we’re excited to be adding to the range with a set of products we’re confident both dog and cat owners will love.
“As pet parents begin to spend increasing amounts of time away from their pets post lockdown, finding new ways to keep pets active and engaged has never been more important and we’re looking forward to hearing our customers’ feedback on the range.”