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Tug of War: A Fun Way to Exercise and Train Your Dog
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Invoke Their Inner Nature: How to Play Tug of War Dog?
The Golden Rules of Tug of War
- The toy for the game is used only for that. When you're not playing the game, put it away somewhere your dog can't reach.
- You are the only one who should decide when to play and how long.
- You should be the one who always wins the game if your dog doesn't listen to "drop it." If your dog is a good boy/girl, you should let it win the game occasionally, not let the dog lose confidence and interest in it.
- If teeth touch you or your clothes even for a second, finish the game early. That will make your dog careful next time you play.
- Growling is fine until it becomes serious, especially if the "drop it" doesn't work. All you have to do when your dog is aggressively growling is to take away the toy and not play for a while. Repeating the calming process will teach it politeness.
- Having multiple dogs allows them to play Tug of War by themselves (if they are on good terms), but never play the game with more than one dog if you want to be part of it.
- Don't let children play the game – they are not strong enough to handle it.
Tug of War: Pros and Cons
- Positive mental stimulation.
- Honoring their instincts.
- It strengthens their jaws and teeth and makes their gums healthier.
- Trains important muscles, stretching them the right way.
- When you can't go outside, it's a positive physical indoor exercise.
- Game creates a strong bond between you and your dog.
- Boosts your dog's confidence.
- Their teeth and gums can get hurt if played overaggressive.
- They can become overstimulated.
- You can get hurt by bites and scratches.
- It can be dangerous for the elderly and children to play.
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What is the Best Toy for Tug of War?
They are eco-friendly – hemp is biodegradable.
- The toy is not poisonous, even when swallowed, because no chemicals were used in production.
- They are durable and strong – they last longer and are made to withstand fierce bites.
- They are healthy for your dog since hemp contains fibers that represent a natural tooth washer.
- The ends of the ropes differ, so it's designed to be easy to handle for both you and your pet.
- They are antibacterial, antiallergenic, and they naturally resist mildew and mold.
- They can be washed in the machine.
How to Make Dog Toys Last Longer?
- Change toys when changing the game - have a toy for each game you're playing.
- For one game, have several toys, and rotate them weekly to prolong their durability.
- Train your dog to be gentler with their toys unless they are meant for destruction. Those toys are usually made to withstand more force.
- Try to maintain interactivity. Play with your dog often and create a powerful bond that will make it less likely to be destructive.
- Don't include toys all the time. You can choose a day for agility training to improve physical health of your dog without using any of the toys.