Friday, July 25, 2014

Tuggo Dog Toy Review & GIVEAWAY

Disclaimer: I received these items in exchange for an honest review. I was not required to post a positive review. These are my honest opinions. Your experiences may differ


I received one Tuggo Dog Toy to review. When it arrived, I was surprised by how big it is! On the pamphlet they even show a tiger playing with it! Wow. This is a 10 inch heavy duty ball with a 4 foot rope running through it. On their website I see it is available in blue, red, and green. You can fill the ball with water up to 20 pounds - providing tension used to help promote exercise. The sound of the splashing water keeps your dog interested.

I will be honest, at first my dogs had no idea what to do with this toy! But, with a little encouragement, they soon found out just how fun this toy can be! This provides a fun activity for just one dog, or for multiple. Please view the video below to see why my dogs recommend Tuggo Dog Toy:


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8 comments:

  1. That is one huge dog toy! I think that may be a little too big for my Shih Tzu but I'm sure he'll still manage to have fun with it. :)

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  2. Wow, that is humongous!!! My doggies would LOVE it!

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  3. That is huge! My black lab would go crazy for it!

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  4. Wow that's a big ball! I don't have dogs but I'll pass the word on to my FIL who has 2 :)

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  5. These toy can be so much fun! Will check this out for our two dogs.

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  6. That looks like an awesome and fun dog toy for medium-large dogs!

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  7. Ha, just like the kiddos you have to encourage the play and then they love it. :) Glad you found a good toy.

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  8. That Tuggo toy is gigantic!! They really should consider a smaller size for smaller breeds.

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