About Katie's Bumpers Big Tug Dog Toy
Closeouts. The Big Tug dog toy from Katie's Bumpers provides endless interactive fun for you and your big, playful canine; throw it anywhere, even the water, for an exhausting game of fetch, or tug on the padded handle for a quick game of tug-of-war.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Sled Dog Musher from Conesus New York on Monday, October 14, 2013Our 130 Lb. Chesapeake Bay Retriever is HARD on toys, he can't keep anything ~ he successfully destroys toys in a minute or two. His only toy that has lasted are the tires off my waverunner's trailer! UNTIL I purchased a Katie Bumpers Big Tug!!!!! The first one I found is 3 years old and still being tossed out on the lake and retrieved weekly. It's not pretty, you can see it is well loved from the damage he has done. As long as Murphy is supervised and not given the chance to "chew" rather than retrieve this toy has been pretty indestructible. I was so HAPPY to find a replacement here on STP and so inexpensive. Excellent retrieving training and play toy, high visibility in snow and water. Just use it as intended and not for chewing. It's made of old fire hose so it is very durable, but a good pet owner must ALWAYS supervise their pet!
Reviewed by Sad Puppy from Fremont, ca on Saturday, August 10, 2013Great toy only problem is that Sierra Designs doesn't allow for requesting a size so if like me you have a smaller dog it's the luck of the draw whether or not the toy will work for you. I received a very large toy and ended up giving it to a friend with a large dog as mine couldn't get her mouth around it.
Reviewed by Happicamper from California on Saturday, July 13, 2013Too big for my medium size dogs. Think GSD, Mailnois other large dogs. Nice quality and great price at STP.
Reviewed by DRL from Oregon on Sunday, March 17, 2013I agree with a previous review. There is something about the webbing that seems to compel my dog, normally not much of a chewer, to gnaw and shred it. He's only had it for about 10 minutes and already is halfway thru the handle. I'm going to put it up and keep it just for active fetch or tug-of-war. I'm also hoping the actual toy part will soften a little, as it's almost too big and firm for my (big) dog to get a grip on it. He does like it, though -- clearly excited to get at it right as I took it out of the shipping box.
Reviewed by jv from MI on Friday, March 15, 2013Can't try it yet do to frozen lake but we already have one similar and it is sure to be a winner this summer!