Dogs love to play, and toys are a necessary part of healthy playtime and exploration. Appropriate toys can help keep a curious dog from ripping apart your home or clothing like your favorite shoes.
Choose toys that offer variety, and rotate them to help prevent boredom. Your dog may enjoy a toy that reminds him of you, especially when you can't be home with him. This could be something like an old T shirt with a tennis ball tied into it
If your dog is an aggressive chewer, be sure to provide toys that are hard and splinter-resistant, such as natural antlers or goat hooves high in Chrondroiton sulfate and good for their tendons, muscle and joints. Keep in mind your dogs best toy of all is playtime and interactions with you. Take a agility class for fun with your friend or some other fun doggie classes.
Your dog loves you like no other, have fun together!