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Why Our Tuggies Are Only For One Dog At a Time

When it comes to playing tug, double the dogs is double the fun, right? Wrong.

We’re often asked if we make — or would consider making — a tuggy that two dogs can use at the same time. 

Unfortunately, we always have to say no. All our tug toys have just one bite area and one handle, and are designed for interactive play between one dog and one human at a time. 

Here’s why…

Tug benefits are best when they aren’t shared

At Tug-E-Nuff, our goal is to help dogs and their owners experience the Power of Play — from improved training results, increased enrichment and boosted bond. The benefits of interactive  can only truly be achieved when dogs and humans play together one-on-one. 

Tug is the perfect excuse for 1-2-1 time

We’re passionate about making products that give us humans a great excuse to spend some quality time with our dogs 1-2-1. In busy multi-dog households (like our own!), it's easy to fall into a routine of not paying individual attention to our dogs.

Playing and training using a Tug-E-Nuff toy is a great way to carve out a few minutes of quality time for each of your dogs, each day. Making the effort to give them 1-2-1 time can really pay off when it comes to boosting your bond and training efforts.  

Tug-E-Nuff toys are built to last

We rigorously test all our toys on a variety of sizes and breeds of dogs to ensure that they are strong and durable.

However, the force and play style when two dogs play together is very different compared to when just one human and one dog play together. 

We’ve built our reputation on creating durable tuggies that stand the test of time. It’s important to us to be able to ensure the longevity and quality of all the toys we make, but we simply couldn’t do that for any toy that two dogs use at the same time.

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