Adorable English Bulldog Meets Her Match – Let The Games Begin!

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Everyone meet Juicy, an adorable English bulldog pup who was all a lone a home, but then one day, she met Sammy, a Jack Russell, and things became more interesting – even the game of tug of war! Take a look 🙂

Juicy the English bulldog was all alone at home, didn’t have a sibling…but her parents knew that there was a surprise for Juicy…it was just a matter of some days. Three weeks later, her parents brought home Juicy’s sibling Sammy, a Jack Russell pup who was ready to give Juicy a tough competition. First thing on the agenda? Tug of war! Talking about tug of war, is it good for your fur ball?

According to DogTime, “Many people think it’s risky to play tug-of-war with a dog. And it’s true that, if the game goes too far, it can result in a dangerously out of control canine. But when played intelligently, tug-of-war is actually a great way to practice keeping control over your dog when she’s excited. To play tug-of-war safely, always follow these rules – you should be the one to initiate a game, not your dog, always be in control, only play if you can get your dog to release the tug toy and sit at any time. Do this at least once every 30 seconds and also mix in short training breaks — ask for a sit, down, stand, down, another sit, then restart the game as a reward. These rules should apply to anyone playing tug-of-war with your dog.”

Now take a look at these fur balls enjoying their nice evening together playing tug of war on page 2 below!

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