- Patented toy design randomly dispenses treats
- Holds an entire meal
- Durable plastic jug holds up to strong chewing
- Braided rope for tugging
- Puzzle toy prevents boredom
- Hand wash only
Toy Sizing Chart
||Under 10 pounds
||Chihuahua, Pomeranian, Shitzhu
||Beagle, Boston Terrier, Sheltie
||Over 40 pounds
||German Shepherd, Greyhound, Labrador Retriever
PLEASE NOTE: Some dogs may chew through the rope during play. However, this doesn't mean that the toy is unusable. Our staff and their dogs have had much success continuing to play with their Tug-a-Jug by placing various sized balls inside the jug with kibble or treats. As the balls roll back and forth, they act as a barrier and method of metering the food. By changing the size of the balls or the treats, the level of difficulty can be adjusted to suit your dog's level of play and interest. We recommend using a couple of golf balls or a Wiffle ball to begin with to build your dog's confidence as he plays. Once he understands the new rules of the game, you can increase the number &/or diameter of the balls. As always, we encourage you to observe your dog as he plays and to take the toy away as necessary.
To use, twist off the bottom lid of the Tug-A-Jug. Load with treats or kibble, and then replace the lid. As dogs play with the Tug-A-Jug, treats will randomly come out through the opening at the top of the jug. The rope acts as a barrier to meter the amount of food that is dispensed.