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.
Regina George was all wrong in telling Gretchen Wieners to stop trying to make "fetch" happen. We support you, Gretchen, because October 17th is National Fetch Day! Fetch provides our best friends a great outlet for exercise, mental stimulation, quality time with their humans, and the opportunity to just be a dog.
We know that all dogs are equally lovable, but sadly, there are tons of shelter pups out there who are passed up due to age, special needs, breed, or because they are part of a bonded pair. That is why Adopt A Less Adoptable Pet week is so important!
We are excited to celebrate Service Dog Awareness Month! A special month where we take the time to recognize these special dogs for not only being the very best friends, but truly selfless heroes that really go the extra mile for their humans. Today, we are showcasing the dynamic duo of Sarah and Edison.
National Dog Day looks to showcase shelter dogs of all kinds and encourages the adoption of dogs from animal shelters, rather than purchasing from puppy mills. So, how can we do our part to redirect some of those able-bodied future pawrents to adopting a shelter dog rather than purchasing a pup? See here!