There are tug-o-wars all over America!
Mummy had brought each of our doggy friends in America when she went to visit. They are from the new collection of toys from Alice Foxx.
But Quincy’s so petite that Mummy had to get a specially small one for him
And an extra-large one for beautiful Bella in Washington D.C.And Wilson in Chicago got one too! Lily also had one but she wasn’t so keen on it.And back home in the U.K. I’m having a tug-o-war with dinky Georgie – Guess who won – even though he had help from Ann!Actually dinky George had a small one made for him too! May’s comments: Lovely tuggy toys made of 100% polyester fleece. They’re on Alice Foxx’s page for Miss Darcy for Alice Foxx
These are the Rules of Tug
• Your dog can’t grab the tug toy before you give her permission to do so. They must sit or lie down and then wait for you to invite them to play. You can invite your dog to grab the toy by using a special word or phrase, like “Take it!” or “Get it!” to initiate a game of tug.
• Your dog must let go of the toy whenever you ask them to do so. Teach your dog that when you say “Drop it” or “Give,” they should release the toy.
• Your dog can’t put their mouth on human skin or clothing while playing tug—even if it does so accidentally. “Missing” and grabbing anything except the tug toy should immediately result in the end of the game.