Toy Treats for Dogs
Today I am delighted to welcome Danny Rouse, from Tug-E-Nuff Dog Gear. He kindly offered to give us the low-down on Tug-E-Nuff’s most popular toys. Not only are dog toys fun, but they are also a great tool to use when working with your dog.
“Say hello to our favourite toy – the Sheepskin Bungee Chaser with Tennis Ball. Tug-E-Nuff Dog Gear adapted the classic design of their hugely popular tug toys to create something that is perfect for puppies and dogs who love to play tug, but like to have a little distance from their owner to really have fun.
Tug-E-Nuff’s signature bungee has been built in to the design. This helps absorb the shock on you and your dog’s joints. There is enough stretch to let you keep hold on one end, which is perfect if your dog tends to run off with a toy during training. They’ve also stitched in a strip of soft British sheepskin, which is great for sparking a dog’s natural instinct for play.
But perhaps the reason this toy is extra-special is because it has every dog’s favourite –a tennis ball– built in. This adds extra weight and means you can use the toy in a number of different ways, as part of both your training and downtime.
Like all of Tug-E-Nuff Dog Gears training toys, the new Sheepskin Bungee Chaser comes in a range of exciting colours and is available for the great price of £17.95. Just click here to buy.”
Thank you Danny, we look forward to hearing more about your favourite toys in future posts.
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About the Author: Carole Langman works behind the scenes at Bowerland Cottage Holidays and Devon Dogs as the Business Manager. Her office is always a hive of activity, and with the vast amounts of work Carole has, we never really know how she gets through it all! To unwind, she loves gardening, hikes around Bowerland, travelling and writing.