If your dog is driven by food but needs a little persuasion to play, this innovative toy might just be the solution.
This is the most popular of our food bag family, and it's easy to see why. Simply load the water-resistant pouch with some treats and tempt your dog to a game of tug or fetch – once they realise there is food inside the bag, they'll be champing at the bit to play!
The addition of a rubber ball provides extra weight and makes it easy to throw, while the handle is made from super-strong and durable webbing with cushioning for extra comfort.
- Handle made from durable cushioned webbing
- Food can be hidden in the attached pouch for easy reward
- Pouch is fully lined in a water-resistant material
- Non-toxic natural rubber pimple ball
- Available in a variety of fleece colour combinations and faux fur options
- Made in the UK
- Tug-E-Nuff toys are designed for interactive play and should only be used with supervision
From top to bottom this toy measures approximately 40cm. The bag measures 16cm by 8.5cm. The rubber pimple ball measures 5cm in diameter. Ball colour may vary.
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Food bag with rubber ball
The product arrived promptly and looked very good. Unfortunately despite best efforts I am still trying to persuade my dog to tug at it but she loves the liver cake I put in it so she can find it.
food bag with ball
Great toy! The best I've found for focus in agility . My dog prefers food to toys but is happy to both fetch and tug this as she knows it has food in. Our trainer saw it and recommended others in our class to get one too.
Very well constructed.had a few and destroyed in seconds I would change the name to tuffetug my English setter for agility but even played with my ridgebacks with it excellent