A great way to interact with your dog! Scrubz have a strong handle so you can play “tug” or “fetch”. With a fun crackle sound, it will keep your dog entertained while cleaning their teeth.
- Teeth Cleaning - Get their teeth cleaned whilst having fun! The chewing action of your dog’s teeth on the thick cotton-polyester blended woven rope will clean their teeth and help prevent plaque buildup over time. The fringe and knot allows for extra chewing variety.
- Interactive - Actively engage in fun play. Designed with interactive features for tug, fetch and play. A functional loop handle allows easy handling and throwing. An inner “crackle” sound entices even more engagement and brings forth your dogs naturual hunting instincts.
- Crackle - Crackle and crunch adds chomping fun to dental health. A thin polycarbonate tube, chosen for its excellent tough and resistant qualities is housed inside the TPR inner tube creating the crackle sound.
- Fetch - For the pooch who loves to fetch. It’s dog euphoria! Playing fetch will keep your dog fit and active ensuring they remain healthy. The game of fetch stimulates your dog while bringing out their naturual hunting instincts. This interaction serves to strengthen your relationship and helps relax your furry friend.
- Bite-o-Meter – Medium. Scrubz has a firm yet lightweight inner TPR tube which helps maintain its shape and allows for good flexibility. Many household and outdoor products from sports gear to children’s toys are made from TPR. Suitable for medium chewers.
Teaching your dog to play with Scrubz
Start getting your dog excited by using fun language with a lot of drama. Show your furry friend the Scrubz but don’t give it to them yet. Instead throw the toy in the air and catch it, swing it around, teasing your dog. Once you realize your dog is excited, throw the toy and if your pet starts running after it, try and grab it before they do, then repeat the process to increase their excitement. Do this for a little bit then put the toy away.
Repeat this activity a few times in the day, but every time slowly allowing your dog to get the toy. Supervise play until you are confident your dog won’t destroy the toy. Inspect regularly and replace any damaged toys. Have Fun!
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