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15 Funny Novelty Toys For Pets

Want to get your pet a toy that shares your interests? These cute and amusing novelty creations will provide your dog or cat (and you) with plenty of entertainment, and your human friends will appreciate their strong pun game. And, they're great inspiration for funny Instagram photos.
1. STARBARKS COFFEE; $12 Starbarks Coffee DogToy
Amazon
If your dog loves going to Starbucks for a puppuccino, order a grande Starbarks Frenchie Roast so they can get their fix every day.
Find It: Amazon
2. EXCALIGRRR SWORD; $14 ExcaliGRRR Sword dog toy
BarkShop
This chew toy is worth it just to repeat the "Knights of the Hound Table" and "King Arfur" jokes that BarkShop suggests.
Find It: BarkShop
3. THE BARK POST; $10 newspaper dog toy
BarkShop
Did you know that dogs prefer print media? After all, you can't shred the internet. This newspaper toy is printed with real dog articles from BarkShop's blog, BarkPost.
Find It: BarkShop
4. CAT NIP TEA BAG; $4 cat nip tea bag toy
Etsy
If your ideal Sunday involves lounging on the couch with a good book, a cup of tea, and your cat at your feet, get your kitten its very own tea bag. This handmade toy is filled with organic cat nip and comes in four different ribbon patterns.
Find It: Etsy
5. LICK-CROIX BARKLING WATER; $14 LaCroix dog toy
GlamourMutt
If your dog loves to ride in your cart while you shop at Whole Foods, get him his own can of LaCroix-inspired Lick-Croix Barkling Water (Pamplemutt flavor, of course). Cheers!
Find It: GlamourMutt
6. HUMUNGA TONGUE; $11 Humunga Tongue dog toy
Amazon
This giant tongue with a ball on the end will make for tons of silly photos. Just make sure you buy the right size for your pooch.
Find It: Amazon
7. DOGGO DOGGO BILLS, Y'ALL; $8 stack of bills dog toy
BarkShop
Have you already spoiled your dog with every fancy bed, jacket, and toy imaginable? Maybe with a stack of money, they can learn to finance their own doggo lifestyle. In addition to squeaking, the toy crinkles just like crisp dollar bills.
Find It: BarkShop
8. RUCKSACK; $10 Rucksack dog toy
BarkShop
Does your pup love the great outdoors? This rucksack is perfect for his travels around the yard—just don't let him chase any cars while carrying it!
Find It: BarkShop
9. BOOM BOX; $11 boom box dog toy
BarkShop
When your dog picks up this boom box, he'll look like he's ready to party—or make a grand romantic gesture à la Lloyd Dobler in Say Anything.
Find It: BarkShop
10. CHEWY VUITON HANDBAG; $10 Chewy Vuiton dog toy
Amazon
This Chewy Vuiton purse is perfect for any fashionable doggies, even if they're named Gucci, Prada, or Dolce.
Find It: Amazon
11. TAKEOUT DUMPLINGS; $16 Dog with plush dumpling toys
BarkShop
If your fur baby begs for a bite every time you order in, get them their own "meal" of plush dumplings, complete with a Chinese takeout box replica.
Find It: BarkShop
12. IBONE; $17 iBone Plush Dog Toy
Amazon
Does your dog feel left out when you're Snapchatting or playing Candy Crush? Get him his own "iBone," so you can each stare at your phones in peace.
Find It: Amazon
13. VANDERPUMP SANGRIA; $17 Vanderpump sangria dog toy
GlamourMutt
It's not drinking alone if your dog is drinking with you! Get your overly pampered pooch a bottle of Lisa Vanderpump-branded sangria in pink or red, and settle in for a night of looking for Giggy or Rumpy Pumpy appearances on RHOBH or Vanderpump Rules.
Find It: GlamourMutt
14. CATNIP BANANA PEEL; $7
Your kitty will be tripping all over itself to get ahold of this organic catnip-filled banana peel. And perhaps it can serve as a reminder to increase your own daily fruit intake.
Find It: Etsy
15. ERNESTO THE FISH TACO; FROM $10 fish taco dog toy
BarkShop
Not all beaches allow dogs to bask in the sun, but that shouldn't stop your pup from enjoying a giant fish taco.
Find It: BarkShop

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