Dog Myths Debunked: Can Playing Tug-Of-War Lead to Aggression in Dogs?

Dog Myths Debunked: Can Playing Tug-Of-War Lead to Aggression in Dogs?
If you’ve heard that playing tug-of-war can lead to aggression in dogs, you’re not alone. Unlike more innocuous games such as “fetch,” tug-of-war inspires debate within the canine community. We chatted with Dr. Mary Burch, director of the AKC Family Dog Program and a certified animal behaviorist, to get her professional...

Best Natural De-Worming Treatments for Dogs

Best Natural De-Worming Treatments for Dogs
Why Not Give Rabbit Ears a Try? Each and every suggestion above offers a fantastic way to keep your dog happy and healthy, but rabbit ears for dogs offer more benefits than any other. They aren’t just an inexpensive, simple treat for dogs, but a creative way to give your pup hard to find nutrition he needs.   Augment your current deworming preventatives with these fantastic natural treats. Rabbit ears are a great, healthy solution in addition to a superbly creative dog treat.  

Why Your Dog Needs A Tug Toy!

Why Your Dog Needs A Tug Toy!
Tug Toys Dogs need exercise and fun in their daily life. A tug toy is designed to give your dog something to pull. Tug toys are interactive and are a great outlet for your dog's mental and physical activity. If your dog loves to play tug-of-war, then a tug toy...

Help! My Dog Keeps Biting The Handle of My Tug Toy!

Help! My Dog Keeps Biting The Handle of My Tug Toy!
Playing an interactive game of tug with your dog is one of the most rewarding, bond-boosting training activities you can do. At Tug-E-Nuff Dog Gear, we’re proud to make some of the best training toys for dogs that make positive play between dogs and their owners both easy and successful.  When...

Ready to take your 7 steps to successful play?

Ready to take your 7 steps to successful play?
k We believe all dogs can benefit from the Power of Play. Here are our top seven tips on how to get the most out of playing tug with your dog.  Step 1 - Think like prey At the very start, when you introduce the toy, wiggle it a little...