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This real-fur chaser toy is great for introducing motivational chasing and tug games to puppies, or for encouraging interaction with older dogs wh...View full details
This chaser toy entices your dog to play with an irresistible combination of real fur and a squeaker! Ideal if you have a dog who needs a bit more...View full details
If there's one thing that's almost guaranteed to grab a dog's attention, it's the combination of real fur and a squeaker! Featuring a bite area ma...View full details
Let your dog experience the thrill of the chase! Ideal for introducing motivational chasing and tug games to puppies and small breeds of all ages –...View full details
No tugaholic could resist a game with this robust and rewarding sheepskin tug toy. Ideal for all dogs, this toy is an extremely motivating trainin...View full details
A great alternative to sheepskin, this super-robust tug toy is made using ethically sourced rabbit skin and has proven to be a real hit – even wit...View full details
Dogs will love shaking, tugging, biting and generally going nuts with this exceptionally entertaining tug toy! Offering hours of interactive fun, ...View full details
What do you get if you combine our most popular chaser toy with our signature bungee handle, sheepskin and a tennis ball? A tug toy that has everyt...View full details
Does your dog bark incessantly? Do they get distracted easily on walks? Do certain noises make them anxious? Did you know that interactive play can help you tackle ALL of the above - and much more? In this blog, we’re delving deep into the signs that your dog needs interactive play...
Looking for a toy your greyhound or whippet is guaranteed to LOVE? With the right training toys up your sleeve, training sighthounds through positive, interactive play isn’t just possible, it can be fun. Plus, with our top picks of the best toys for greyhounds and whippets, you can boost your bond and transform recall.
The idea of gundogs playing tug can be a controversial one. Some believe it can damage a soft mouth, others strongly believe it has no impact on this and is of huge benefit to gundogs. Rather than just giving our viewpoint, we asked three top professional dog trainers to share their views and experience, too. Here's what they had to say...