Top 5 French Bulldog Toys

A Boston Terrier Laying Down next to his destroyed ball

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Frenchies demand more than your average toy…

And I’m sure the last thing you need right now is your Frenchie tearing apart their new toy and eating all its stuffing.

What makes a good Frenchie toy?

  • No stuffing
  • Durable enough for the teeth (but not too tough!)
  • Perfect size for their mouth
  • Fun (of course)

Frenchies have such powerful jaws that can tear through most toys with ease– they need something more rugged.

You don’t want anything that has stuffing your Frenchie could potentially choke on.

The 5 Best Toys for your Frenchie

Here’s a list of my Frenchie’s favorite toys… they check all the boxes for Frenchie toys!

If your Frenchie is anything like mine, you get them a new toy, they play with it for 5 minutes, and never touch it again.

My Frenchie has just a few toys that she’s always going back to— here they are.

1. ZippyPaws – No Stuffing Squeaky Dog Toy

This is one of my Frenchie’s favorite tug-of-war toys.

It’s easy for Frenchies to grab it with their mouths because there’s no stuffing, and perfect for anything: fetch, tug-of-war, or just squeaking.

Perfect for Tug-of-War
No Stuffing Squeaky Plush Dog Toys (3 pack)

Available in fox, raccoon, and squirrel characters

No stuffing— safer than toys with stuffing

Perfect for tug-of-war

Has 3 squeakers

Easy for Frenchies to bite/grab

2. KONG Air Squeaker Tennis Balls Small Two Pack

My Frenchie and I have gone through countless balls. She’s destroyed em, lost em, or just plain didn’t like ’em.

These ones are the best ones I’ve found.

KONG Squeakair Balls

Medium is the perfect size for a Frenchie

They have squeakers. My Frenchie can play with these alone for hours just squeakin' them (ya, it gets annoying)

Soft on their teeth

3. Squeaky Frosted Donut

My Frenchie absolutely loves this donut… she has so many toys, but always seems to go back to this one.

Squeaky Frosted Donut

The super cute donut design boasts bright, eye-catching colors your dog will dig.

  • Durable
  • Squeakers
  • Perfect size for Frenchies

It must be something about the colors of the donut that catch her eye… it’s also just a great toy!

It’s just the right size; small enough for them to grab onto but not too small that they’ll accidentally bite your hand if you’re playing tug-of-war with them.

4. Invincibles Snakes

This is one of the most durable toys I’ve ever bought… the squeakers never seem to stop working (maybe they’ll get slightly quieter after months of abuse).

It’s the perfect tug-of-war toy— whether your Frenchie is playing with you or other dogs. It even comes in a gigantic size that is ridiculous (ridiculously fun).

Rugged Construction
Outward Hound Invincibles Snakes

Super-tough – Frenchies' jaws are no match for this toy

Squeakers keep squeaking even when they're punctured

No stuffing – no mess

Available in 3 different sizes (3, 6, and 12 squeakers)

Perfect for tug-of-war between you or with other dogs

5. KONG Classic

You’ve probably seen this toy— it’s a classic.

You can stuff it with food such as peanut butter, kibble, or meat & your Frenchie will be entertained for hours.

You can also use it to play fetch as well… it’s super bouncy & unpredictable so they’ll even have fun playing with this toy alone!

Hours of Play
KONG Classic

Relieve separation anxiety, reduce boredom, and have fun

Unpredictable bounciness

Relied upon by veterinarians, trainers, and dog enthusiasts for over 40 years.

Perfect for stuffing with treats, peanut butter, or KONG Stuff'N Easy Treat Paste.

Made in the United States

My Frenchie’s Favorites

Of course, every Frenchie is going to have their preferences when it comes to toys, but I thought I’d share what my Frenchie likes in her toys.

Her favorite thing to play is tug-of-war, and it doesn’t matter what toy we’ve got — she’s playing tug-of-war.

Another one of her favorites is any toy with a squeaker. I’ve gotta admit… it can get pretty annoying at times!

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