Keep Games Friendly

Dogs naturally play rough and tumble games. They like to play fight and tussle with each other. These games are natural and healthy even though they can be energetic and loud.

But if games at your house turn into real fights, those games should not be tolerated. If there is a trigger, perhaps a toy or chew bone that your dogs fight over remove that object from the house permanently. Look for a ‘lower value’ toy or chew that the dogs are less likely to fight over and have those available for playtime. Our Tugmaster 48″ toy has good success for dogs that have problems keeping their games on a friendly level.

This toy is long enough for the dogs to play tug without getting in each other’s space, and it’s not as high a value item as a chew bone or a toy with real animal fur.