Fannie Flamingo Rope Toy

Vendor: Rufus & Coco
RFannie Flamingo is a rope toy perfect for tug-of-war games. She has snuggly soft hands and feet, and makes a comforting sleeping toy too.   She is the ultimate in versatility...

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Dispatched in 1-2 business days
Flat Rate Shipping of $10 Storewide
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RFannie Flamingo is a rope toy perfect for tug-of-war games. She has snuggly soft hands and feet, and makes a comforting sleeping toy too.

 

She is the ultimate in versatility for your dog, providing hours of endless fun for you to play together, or continue with mental stimulation while you are out or at work. 

 

Providing toys that activate multiple sense is the key to reducing boredom chewers. 

 

Do you have a multi-dog household... perfect! The super tough rope will even challenge them during a game of tug-of-war. 

 

Or is your dog a professional couch monster that just wants a soft toy to love and gnaw on.. then Fannie Flamingo brings the best of both worlds in one super cute toy. 

 

 

 

Top Tip - Play Hide-n-Seek!

This game encourages your pooch to use his sense of smell. Use the command “Stay” to stop your dog from following you, then take your dog’s favourite toy and hide somewhere in your backyard or house. Call your mates name once and reward him with a game of tug-of-war once he finds you.

 

Tip: Start the game off easy, then make it harder – eventually you can be out of sight and your little mate will be a pro with his nose!

 

Remember: It will take time to teach your little mate the commands. Be patient, and always use positive reinforcement and treats to reward the correct action for the command.

 

 

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