Some common types of interactive toys offered by Ethical Pet may include:
Treat-dispensing toys: These toys are designed to hold treats or kibble inside and require pets to work to retrieve the treats. They provide mental stimulation and can help slow down eating habits.
Puzzle toys: Puzzle toys challenge pets to solve a puzzle or manipulate parts to access treats or rewards. They encourage problem-solving skills and provide mental stimulation.
Interactive wand toys: Wand toys with feathers, strings, or attachments at the end that mimic the movements of prey. They encourage cats to chase, pounce, and engage in interactive play with their owners.
Motion-activated toys: Toys that respond to a pet’s movement or touch, such as electronic mice or balls that move or make sounds. They can captivate pets and stimulate their natural hunting instincts.
Electronic interactive toys: These toys may include electronic features, such as lights, sounds, or automatic movements, that capture a pet’s attention and engage them in play.