Top 3 Things We Loved About Being At Crufts 2019

As a dog-obsessed family, we’ve been going to and loving Crufts for years - but 2019 was the first year we had our very own stand.

If you follow us on Facebook or Instagram, you’ll know we were a teensy bit excited about our debut - and we had a totally pawsome experience.


Now that the show is over for another year, we thought we’d take some time to reflect on our highlights from Crufts 2019.

  1. Getting to meet so many Tug-E-Nuff Fans

We sell most of our motivational dog training toys online, so getting the chance to connect face-to-face with so many of our four and two-legged fans who use and love our toys every day was a real treat.

We loved chatting about the toys that your dogs love best (lots of you were keen to stock up on The Clam, Rabbit Skin Squeaker Chasers and Sheepskin Bungee Rings), and offering our expert advice on getting even better results.

  1. Giving out our new dog training magazine!

In case you haven’t heard us shouting about it from the rooftops, we’ve created our very own dog training magazine - and it was ready and printed just in time for Crufts.

Containing an exclusive £5 discount code, tips, features and handy tools, it’s been going down a storm. If you weren’t there to pick up your copy, don’t worry - you can sign up online and we’ll send you one for FREE in the mail!

  1. Introducing the Power Of Play to newbies

More than 160,000 people came along to Birmingham’s NEC to experience Crufts, and as lots of them walked past our stand, our colourful, fluffy, irresistible dog toys caught their eye.

We love talking about the amazing power of play and we jumped at the chance to talk to tugging newbies about how our super strong toys, from Sheepskin bungees to the ever-popular Frisbee and Food Bags, can help boost bond, transform recall and change behaviour for the better.

It was an incredibly busy, incredibly brilliant four days. Until next year!

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