Infini-tug Toy

The Infini-tug Toy is PetSafe’s replacement for the Tennis Tug. This is my favorite tug toy. 

  • It is soft on the hands for the humans
  • It is long so allows for a good distance between dog and handler
  • It can fly nicely so you can do a combo fetch/tug game
  • It goes in the wash machine and dryer
    • A little loud in the dryer, but pretty funny if your dryer has a window and the dog can watch it go round and round.

The down sides are short, but should be mentioned:

  • While the fleece is comfortable for the handler, it can be easily destroyed by the dog.
    • Take it out when it’s tug-time. Put it away when tug-time is over.
      • Don’t leave it alone with your dog – IT WILL BE SHREDDED !
  • The fringy end can be pulled by the dog leaving the toy a bit misshapen.
    • It’s a dog toy – who cares how it looks
    • Or, try to keep the dog pulling on the ball end.

What’s Pax’e Saying?

Desperate to play ball, Pax’e dropped the tennis ball on the sleeping cat, Freya.

Here’s some things Pax’e might be saying. Reply below to let me know your vote, or make up your own…

  • You throw it. I go get it. How hard can this be???
  • What’s wrong with dog slobber – the humans don’t mind.
  • Okay, so just swat at it if you can’t actually throw it.
  • If it were a mouse, you’d swat at it.
  • Just throw it! For the love of dog, just throw it!

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Beautiful Play in Central Park

Pax’e and her friend Ruby taking a breather…

On this remarkably comfortable summer morning Pax’e and her new friend Ruby ran, tumbled, chased, and mouth wrestled to their hearts content.

Occasionally Pax’e would chase another dog, but back she would come to Ruby. It was a good long time of this tumbling until they were wet and tired enough to take a breather and pose for their picture. Maybe you can see how soggy they are.

Perhaps the sixteen-week-old Standard Poodle Ruby inspired Pax’e’s mothering instincts, or maybe Ruby is just a great playmate.

Thanks to Ruby’s human, Karen, for the picture!