Fluorescent toys?

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  1. harrilou

    harrilou Registered Users

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    I take Molly, our 6 month old black lab for a walk when I get home from work at about 5.45pm but its now dark before we have finished. We've ordered Molly a flashing collar as I can hardly see her sometimes but was wondering if anyone can recommend any suitable flashing/fluorescent or glow in the dark toys. Molly loves chasing sticks etc but tonight we took her rope toy & she struggled at times to find it (& so did I when she dropped it on the way home a couple of times).

    Any suggestions please
     
  2. Naya

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    Re: Fluorescent toys?

    I brought a ball from pets at home for £3 which lights up and flashes when it makes contact with so etching or when it is shook. Harley loves it :)
     
  3. JulieT

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    Re: Fluorescent toys?

    I am so totally hysterical about batteries - after seeing first hand the damage they can do to a dog's mouth, was pretty horrified to see the pets at home glow balls have batteries in them.

    Honestly, make sure you are happy with the safety before you give a dog a toy with batteries in it. Any type of battery - the lithium batteries are even worse than alkaline batteries.
     
  4. harrilou

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    Re: Fluorescent toys?

    I must admit I am worried about anything with batteries in. I was hoping to find some fluorescent toys but can't find anything. We do have a Pets At Home near us so I will look at the Pets At Home ball and see what its like.
     

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