There’s only so much you can do by throwing a ball back and forth, right? When fetch gets boring, it’s time to change it up. Our Tug-of-Floor Dog Toy is an item that allows the dog to play with him or herself, other dogs, or you.
Just suction and
let the fun happen
With our tug-of-floor toy, all you need to do is stick the suction cup to a solid, smooth surface to lock it down. The stringed spiky ball will then be free for your dog to chew and pull on for hours of enjoyment. If you have more than one dog, you can watch your pooches fight over the toy, or if it’s just you and your dog, you can remove the suction cup and hold that end in your hand while your pooch tugs and bites away at the serrated ball.
Designed for surprises
With a spiky surface for your dog to gnaw and slobber on, the ball of this toy is irresistible — and you can take the fun factor to an even higher level by filling it with dog food or a snack. Watch in delight as your dog exercises his or her teeth and mouth biting away to release the niblets. Our ball and suction cup are both made of non-toxic rubber that is safe for your dog to chew on and bite, while the string is made of thick cotton-fiber rope that won’t come apart with chewing.
A multifunctional wonder that lets your dog:
Clean his/her teeth
Exercise mouth muscles
Relieve boredom and anxiety
Exercise skill-finding (if you hide food)
Practice his/her agility
Sized + made for fun
When fully pulled out, our Tug-of-Floor Dog Toy measures 18.1 inches in length: the ball measures 3.1 inches in diameter and the suction plug measures 3.7 inches. The ball is serrated on both sides for ease of access to any food you hide, while multiple spikes all throughout allow your pooch to gnaw and chew away with wonder.
Works great on a tile floor. My border collie enjoys trying to pull the ball but does get bored with it pretty quick.
7 Aug 2022 20:06
Absolutely hilarious toy! Our 1yr old GSD/Boxer mix is obsessed with it, put it on any flat surface and he'll try to get it off. If you have a larger breed or smart dog, keep an eye on them! They'll figure a way to get the toy off!
19 Jun 2022 02:38
Ha...just noticed my dog looks kinda like the one in the picture for the product! Anyway, she likes this toy. I did figure out that I could put it on the window, and that worked out just fine. She's feisty and loves tug of war, so this is a toy that can take me out of the equation for a little while. THANK YOU! But it is also fun to hold on to the suction end myself and have her play with me. (I'm just glad I don't have to do that alllll the time anymore.) She enjoys tugging at the ball, and also just messing with and hitting the ball and watching it swing. She's so weird. But if she likes it, I love it! This dog will find a way to destroy ANYTHING, and she has not yet been able to kill this toy, so that's a plus.
19 Jun 2022 02:35
My dog loves this toy! I put treats inside the ball and it keeps my dog entertained through the day. There is a bell inside the ball that is THANKFULLY easily removable. The toy doesn't squeak or make any other noises so it's not annoying.
19 Jun 2022 02:33
I have a 2 yr. old Toy Poodle who chewed through the rope in about a week. I do not recommend this toy for “AGGRESSIVE” chewers! The ball is durable & the suction cup is GREAT! This just didn’t work for us.
19 Jun 2022 02:31
My dog destroys and eats every toy I have gotten her. I was looking for a good toy that would withstand her destruction and I believe I have a winner it's been easily over a week and she still can't destroy it!!!
I have put food and snacks inside and she gets the food but still fails to destroy it!! I love the fact also that she hasn't been able to pull it off the floor. I put a little Vaseline and it was a wrap++++ if your pet ever loses interest, change the location and the snacks and it will be like a new toy all over again. 😃
19 Jun 2022 02:27
Bought this for my dog who loves chewing up his toys. He pretty much destroys every toy we've bought him within minutes of getting it. I had issues getting this to suction to our hardwood floors so I did put it on our glass door and we had some fun with it. He would play for a while, get bored, and frustrated but then would come back later for more! I worried about him pulling too hard on the glass door so we did find an area in our mudroom where it worked on the floor.
19 Jun 2022 02:22
My dog love this, but if I put it on the floor he can pull it right off of the floor. I recommend that if you have a big dog to put it up on something because it won’t last long on the floor. Small dogs you can put it wherever. Also if your dog is a chewer like mine watch them play with it just in case if they tear into it. And train them to not bite the suction cup.
19 Jun 2022 02:06
The idea is great and would be good for a smaller dog. My dog is way stronger than this toy’s suction power. It’s sturdy and he plays with it.