Rope toys for dogs and puppies
When you play with your dog, you develop a stronger bond with each other because you have fun together and because your dog learns that the game ends when you say stop. Not all dogs like or are originally bred to carry things in their mouths, so fetch is not an obvious game for all dogs. If you have a dog that loves to play with pull toys, this will strengthen your dog's teeth, neck and muscles. However, it is important not to shake the dog too hard when trying to take the toy as this could risk a neck injury.
Games and puppies
If you're lucky enough to have a small puppy, you know they often like to use their sharp puppy teeth as claws. Some puppies have a greater desire to bite objects than other puppies and to avoid them biting your favorite shoes you should keep them out of the puppies reach, but always remember to have something for them to bite on. Biting is in the nature of dogs and especially for curious puppies. It is also important that you never shake a puppy too hard when taking the toy from his mouth. With Ropes from Akudim in different sizes or a jute ball of the same brand made from 100% natural fibers, the play can begin.
Supervise the game
When you play with your dog, make sure you are nearby in case something happens, but always be sure to remove the toys when the dog is alone. Rope can be chewed into pieces and therefore it is important to have supervision so that your dog does not swallow a piece of loose rope.