There are many different kinds of materials for toys with different characteristics. So before you buy, you should understand the tearing habits of your pet. If your ancient shepherd has a strong aggressive and tearing, then you should give them some hard oak and some bite-resistant wear-resistant toys. If the ancient shepherd does not have strong aggression, will not tear things into pieces, then you can choose some canvas or some woolen toys. These toys are softer. Not easy to be chewed and easy to clean.
Pets that are not aggressive can choose some more rubber toys, such as latex toys. These toys are brightly colored and will make loud noises, making them interesting to the ancient shepherd. In addition, if the ancient shepherd is dragging things around, you can choose to give a light woolen toy.
For ancient shepherds who like to drag things around, you can give them a choice of rope toys, which are not too soft and not too hard for their dental health.
When you have just bought a toy back for your ancient shepherd, observe how it reacts to the new toy. If it is quickly torn or destroyed, it should be discarded and replaced with a toy that is more sturdy. Ancient Shepherds like to have a variety of toys, so having four or five toys for them and replacing them often will keep them fresh and exciting, and if they have a particular toy that they really like, then it is best not to replace it.
One thing to keep in mind is to choose a toy that is the right size to consume the ancient shepherd’s exuberant energy. As the ancient shepherd grows up, toys from childhood should also be eliminated. Small rubber balls, for example, can be swallowed by a grown-up Old Shepherd. This can be dangerous. Also if the toy is torn up, it should be thrown away in time to prevent them from swallowing it.