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12 FurryFolks Dog Toys and Accessories That’ll Tickle Your Funny Bone

This brand knows the best pups (and their parents) have a sense of humor.

by Rebecca Caplan
May 14, 2024
a dog playing with furryfolks egg toy
Courtesy of @thefurryfolks

I’ll say it: It’s been a long time since someone came up with a new funny dog toy. A rubber newspaper called the Woof Street Journal? Seen it. A fuzzy liquor bottle claiming to be something called “Pawka?” Snooze. A squeaky coffee cup with the words “Starbarks” emblazoned across the front? Come on, people — let’s get more creative.

OK, so perhaps I’m being a skosh dramatic. But, skosh of drama aside, I have been waiting, praying, even, for a new funny dog toy to make me quietly giggle to myself and go “that is the dog version of our thing” once again. And finally, I’m happy to report, my very serious/real prayers have been answered by the furryfolks.

With a focus on nosework enrichment, the furryfolks make toys that engage your dog’s brain as much as they do your sense of humor. They also offer clothing and accessories, with everything from quirky sweaters to sleek and stylish poop-bag holders. For the company’s founders, Hye Min and Sangbum Jang, fun is the common thread in any and all of their creations.

“My partner and I run a small team with the belief that designs that bring joy to people will naturally become a gift they want to share with their dogs,” Min tells us. While joy might be the foundation of the furryfolks toys, Min and Jang didn’t stop there when conceptualizing their designs.  

“We aim to make toys that encourage interactive play between dogs and their owners, strengthening their bond and creating happy memories,” she says. “We add practical features, like treat pockets and squeakers, to make playtime more fun and beneficial for the dogs, ensuring that both pets and their owners have a fulfilling experience.”

Here are our top picks from their site (trust us: It was hard to narrow it down).


furryfolks egg toy

If you’re looking for a farm-to-table dog toy, the AAA+ egg toy is your guy. Reversible and stuffable, you’ll find your money goes further with this toy than the IRL $9 organic eggs in your fridge. That’s because puzzle toys like these and other FurryFolks toys are key to keeping pups healthy and happy.

“Many dogs are under-stimulated and under-exercised... or pretty bored. They don’t have phones or watch TV,” behaviorist Stacy Alldredge told The Wildest. “Interactive toys are a great way to give your dog something to do.”

furryfolks crab toy

Per Min, FurryFolks nosework toys are intended to do more than entertain your pup: “Encouraging them to use their sense of smell to find hidden treats promotes a sense of achievement and confidence when they succeed.” 

So, if your pup is looking for a challenge or just has a craving for seafood, opt for this stuffable, mustachioed crab toy. Designed with a treat strip that holds treats in place, this toy will keep your pup engaged and entertained, thanks to its moderately difficult design. We recommend committing to the bit even further by stuffing this with our fave seafood-flavored treats


furryfolks poop bags

Min hints that their clothing and accessories are a small step in a new direction for the brand: “The next step for the furryfolks is to create a lifestyle brand beyond just pets, including living spaces where they are part of the family.”

That could explain why this poop bag holder diverts from the brand’s normal loud and fun style (which we love) and towards a more, non-conspicuous quiet luxury vibe that will blend into your home seamlessly. Crafted of vegan-suede and available in five colors, this case also features sturdy brass hardware — so you don’t have to worry about losing your dog’s most adorable bathroom-related accessory.

A blend of German-made dynamic climbing rope, buttery-smooth, vegetable-tanned leather, and weighty brass, this handmade leash is designed for more than just a walk in the park. At 55 inches long, this leash is perfect for everyday walks, as well as hikes and runs. And, with a soft suede grip and a lightweight feel, this leash was truly designed for both you and your pup.

Keep in mind, the brand’s site calls out that the leather will turn into a darker, rich brown with use. 


furryfolks raincoat

If your dog enjoys a rainy day — and especially if they don’t — consider adding this thoughtfully designed jacket to your pup’s rainy repertoire. With features like wind-resistant leg covers, a stretchy belly cover (perfect for low-riders like Dachsunds), and reflective piping for nighttime visibility, this rain jacket lives up to its “no umbrella club” claim. Plus, with seven sizes to choose from (S to 4XL) we love that every dog can join in the puddle-jumping fun. 

But as the months warm up, and as cute and comfy as this jacket is, remember to only bring it out when it’s safe to do so, warns trainer Carin Ford. “Never put a coat on them when the weather is mild or they’re indoors, because this can lead to overheating.” Ford wrote for The Wildest . “And no matter how cute they look, don’t force your dog to wear a coat if they’re ardently opposed. Instead, use positive reinforcement to encourage them over time.”

rebecca caplan

Rebecca Caplan

Rebecca Caplan is a writer based in Brooklyn whose work has been featured in The New Yorker, Reductress, and Vulture. She lives in Brooklyn with her perfect, toothless dog Moose.

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