Get ready for rope that packs a durable punch! Meant to be tugged, chewed, and shook, the Knot-n-Chew can withstand rough playtime and chewing better than traditional braided ropes. With it’s thick, tightly woven fibers, tug-of-war is about to get much more interesting. Squeakers in some of the ropes only add to the fun for both interactive and solo play.
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Designed for dogs who like to shake, toss, tug, snuggle, and squeak their toys. Stuffing in the head and tail provide a great grip for tug-of-war, and the perfect amount of plush for cuddle time. Constructed with a patented squeaking assembly, this toy squeaks when both ends are pulled simultaneously. As versatile as it is fun, Fat Tails are ideal for both interactive play between pawrent and pooch, as well as multi-dog tug time.
Just because your pup can't enjoy that big box of chocolates and bottle of wine with you, doesn't mean they should miss out on getting something sweet this Valentine's Day! These peanut butter honey hearts are a great way to treat your furry friend to a special something, straight from the heart!
While it is true that dogs bark as a means of communication, excessive or unnecessary barking can be annoying to owners, as well as their neighbors. We are often asked how to get a dog to stop barking, and we have found there are a number of methods that can help train your dog to minimize the unwanted noise.
With careful introductions, a cat and a dog can share a home together peacefully and respectfully, without any drama or fighting. Whether you are welcoming a new cat to your resident dog or vice versa, take it slow and follow this guide to ensure a successful and stress-free introduction.
Dogs are loving and great company, which makes our four-legged friends the best travel buddies ever. However, you can’t just hop in your car and drive off into the sunset. There is some prep-work you’ll need to do first. Follow these steps to ensure that both you and your pup have the best road trip possible.