Teach a Dog to Drop It – Get polite mouth control with Tug

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Simpawtico’s video on Take It + Leave It

Simpawtico’s video on Phasing out Treats in 4 Steps

Leerburg’s video on Playing Tug


Leerburg Red Tubular Tug (this is by far my favorite; I own three of these and they’re tough as nails)

10″ Fire Hose Pocket Tug

Thin Puppy Tug (cut the handles off for n00bs)

Nero Ball

Set of 2 Cotton Dog Rope Toys (great for the little guys!)


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About this video:
In this video, Ian Stone from Simpawtico Dog Training shows you how to teach a dog to Drop It. From using the tug game productively to potentially saving their lives when they pick up something dangerous, Drop It is a truly useful dog command to train. Whether you call it “Out,” “Give,” or “Thank You,” learn to train a dog to give you whatever is in their mouth.

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