Everyone deserves something lovely to unwrap on Christmas morning – and your dog is no exception! That’s why we’ve given a few of our most popular training toys a festive makeover, making them perfect prezzies for your pooch.
First up is our Braided Fleece Tuggy Lead (pictured right). This toy is loved by Tug-E-Nuff customers for being simplebut effective – and it’s now available in red, white and green especially for the festive season. It’s perfect for even the toughest of tuggers as super-strong webbing has been braided with the fleece to make it super durable
Our Christmas version of the Crazy Thing Bungee Tug (pictured left) is sure to get your dog excited about the arrival of Father Christmas as its layers of fleece mimic the actions of a bird. Your dog will love chasing and biting it during playtime. We’ve even made a smaller version (pictured right) for little dogs and pups so they can join in the fun too.
For lots of us, Christmas goes hand-in-hand with lots of yummy food so it seemed only right that we gave our Food Bag and Food Bag With Ball (pictured left) festive makeovers as well. These toys are extremely popular with owners of dogs who are more motivated by food than toys. They will motivate your dog during training and can be easily thrown to encourage your dog to chase. Available in cheery red, green and cream for Christmas, all you need to do is fill yours with festive treats.
If you like taking your training toys on walks, our Christmas-special version of the Bungee Handled Fleece Tug (pictured right) will see your dog become the envy of all others on the playing field. It’s also really well suited to bigger dogs that have a strong tug as the specially designed handle provides some welcome relief for your arm and shoulder.
If you are planning to treat your dog to some festive toys, please bear in mind that the last date for delivery before Christmas is Friday 18th December for UK customers - click here to check worldwide last order dates. Stocks are also limited so get your order in fast to avoid disappointment.