Play Tug Of War With Your Dog And Learn How To Keep The Game Safe For Both Of You And Your Pup
Tug of war provides great mental and physical exercise for your dog. It is also a wonderful way to reinforce the human-canine bond. Make sure your dog has mastered your release command before you start playing. You should be able to rely on the fact that your dog will drop the toy. Play tug of war in a large area without distractions, mess, or dangerous objects. The best toys are usually made of rubber or similar material. Growling is normal when playing tug of wars. Take breaks to keep the game from getting out of control. Two dogs can play tug of play as long as they get along on a normal basis. The same rules should apply. Practice the command often during the game. If your dog bites two or three times, even if it's accidental, the game of war should be ended for the day. It's likely that teeth might graze you from time to time due to the nature of the game. . . .