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3 Best Toys For English Bull Terriers: Our Top Picks

Does your English Bull Terrier struggle with fears or a lack of confidence? Is training your English Bull Terrier sometimes a struggle? Do you ever wish you had a fun outlet for all your English Bull Terrier energy!? 

Bully breeds like English Bull Terriers (including English Bull Terrier cross breeds) need stimulating, interactive play every day to keep their minds and bodies active and happy - and to stop problems setting in. 

Playing tug with your English Bull Terrier using a motivational training toy is a fantastic way to…

  • Turbocharge your training (your Tug-E-Nuff toy will become a super high value reward that your English Bull Terrier will focus on and work hard for) 
  • Boost your bond (A whopping 80% of dog owners say they play with a Tug-E-Nuff toy to improve the bond with their dog)
  • Satisfy your English Bull Terrier’s instinctive urges (tapping into their prey drive using play is a powerful way to positively channel your English Bull Terrier’s energy)

And that’s just for starters…

But what are the best interactive toys for English Bull Terriers? Here are our top three picks.

Faux Fur Ball Bungee Tug

You don’t need us to tell you that your English Bull Terrier is super smart. That’s why they need a boredom-busting tug toy that also stands the test of time. The Faux Fur Ball Bungee Tug is the one. 

It boasts a super-soft faux fur bite area that is tried and tested on the strongest and most enthusiastic tuggers. Plus, there’s a non-toxic rubber ball built in so you can also throw this tuggy to play fetch. Oh, and the easy-grip handle is made from climbing-grade webbing with two strands of bungee cord for safe and comfortable play.

Whether your English Bull Terrier is new to tug or an experienced tugging pro, this toy is guaranteed to help you enjoy endless hours of rewarding play. 

Pocket Magnet

How solid is your English Bull Terrier’s recall!? Would you like it to be better? Then the Pocket Magnet is your new best friend. 

It’s compact enough to fit in your pocket and come with you everywhere, ready to be used as an on-the-spot reward for good behaviour. But the reason we love it most is because it’s a recall wonder toy. There’s something about the generous real fur bite area (made with fluffy, responsibly-sourced British sheepskin) that eliminates distractions and makes sure English Bull Terriers come running every time they are called. 

Plus, there’s a short-but-stretchy bungee handle that features our signature webbing, with flecks of blue (the colour dogs see best) so that your English Bull Terrier will always be able to keep its eyes on the prize - even from a distance! 

Bungee Handled Fleece Tug

Over the last decade or so, we’ve helped thousands of English Bull Terrier owners just like you discover the Tug-E-Nuff toy that’s perfect for them and their dog. One toy that is always a surefire hit with English Bull Terriers is our Bungee Handled Fleece Tug.

This is a longer-than-average tuggy that’s made with three durable strands of colourful fleece which are hand-plaited by our team in our Devon workshop. It forms a soft, enticing bite area that is extremely durable, too. Strong English Bull Terrier mouths, no problem! 

 This toy also features a cushioned bungee handle which acts as a shock absorber during play - and if you’ve ever played tug with a English Bull Terrier, you’ll know how important this is!  

Buy with confidence

All our toys are designed by our family of professional trainers and hand-finished by experts in our Devon workshop. They’re also backed by more than 8,000 verified five star reviews and, when used for supervised, interactive play only, our tuggies can last years.

It’s important to us that our customers are completely happy, so we are proud to offer a 45 day Tug It + Love It Guarantee

Three magic words: supervised, interactive fun. 

All Tug-E-Nuff toys should only be used for supervised, interactive play. They aren’t chew toys and you should never let your English Bull Terrier play with them unattended. 

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