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5 dog toys that will keep your pup happy indoors this winter

Julia Webb
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It’s no secret that our pets are like family. Dogs are referred to as man’s best friend, right?

If you want to really treat your pooch this season, then consider buying them a few new toys that will keep them content indoors. When it’s snowing outside and the temperature drops, some dogs won’t want to play as much in the backyard or at the park. Luckily, there are plenty of things that can keep them occupied inside during the winter. And with a lot of us working from home and spending more time inside these days, that means even more time trying to keep our pups happy.

Luckily, Walmart has a ton of awesome pet supplies and toys ready to go as part of their curbside pickup and delivery experience. If you often find yourself wishing for more hours in a day, this service can help by taking a few errands off your plate.

Simply fill up your Walmart pickup and delivery cart with all your essentials (including toys for Fido!) and choose either free curbside pickup from your local Walmart or have them delivered right to your door. Plus, you can expect the same everyday low prices found in stores, so you don’t have to worry about any hidden fees when you head to check out. Let this service help you tackle your shopping list while saving you time and money so you can spend that extra hour with those you love.

Keep scrolling to shop five fun and affordable dog toys that any pup will love that are available now through Walmart online pickup and delivery.

Shop: Hartz Chew-N-Clean Bacon Flavor Dog Chew Toy With DentaShield, $5.54

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Suitable for dogs of all sizes, this bacon-flavored chew toy is fun for dogs to bite on and it “helps to remove tartar, keep teeth clean and exercise the gums” while they play. This toy also has an edible center (without any plastic fibers) and is sure to keep your dog happy and satisfied.

Shop: Vibrant Life Cozy Buddy Sock Monkey Dog Toy, $2.97

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This Sock Money toy is as fun for pups to play with as it is cute to look at. Whether you choose to use this toy to play fetch, tug of war or just bring it with you to the dog park, its bright color will definitely help it to stand out amongst your pile of other toys.

Shop: Hyper Pet Tennis Balls Dog Fetch Toys, $3.97

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Every dog could use a fresh set of tennis balls! This pack of four is ideal for replacing worn out, dirty balls and is made of grade A rubber for durability. Plus, you can snag a set in bright orange, pink or yellow.

Shop: Mammoth TireBiter Rubber Tire Dog Toy, $8.97

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Made for dogs up to 50 pounds, this rubber tire toy is made of two-ply nylon so you can rest assured that it’s very durable. Whether you like to toss it or have your dog tug on it, this cute toy is sure to provide hours of entertainment.

Shop: Vibrant Life Playful Buddy Pigglesworth Latex Pig Dog Toy, $4.97

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Made of latex with a fiber stuffing, this squeaker toy is a hoot and gives off a real-life grunt sound. This pig-shaped toy is great for gentler dogs of all sizes and thanks to its latex outer material, cleaning this toy is a breeze.

Treat your dog to a few new toys this year and actually make staying at home and inside fun. Be sure to snag these essentials at Walmart along with all of your dog food, treat and supply needs.

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