Nina Ottosson began developing her dog toys about 20 years ago.
After she had two children, she found she no longer had the time
(sound familiar?) to train and compete her two dogs the
way she previously had.
solution was to develop toys that mentally challenged her dogs and
kept them busy. Initially they were made of wood and both heavy
the last few years, her line has offered canine-friendly plastic
toys that are usually safe for the top shelf of a dishwasher but
often still pricey.
keep in mind, however, that many of her toys have small plastic
parts that can be chewed but not necessarily swallowed! Throw
out worn toys and don't leave your dog alone with a toy that has
lots of moving pieces.
are three of my favorite toys from her line. You can see her entire
line at Ottosson