I’m not joking when I say my dog receives more post than me. It’s even got to the point where my neighbour, who takes most of my parcels in for me (Thank you neighbour, you’re the bomb) actually looked at me like I was insane. He thinks I addresses my parcels to say, ‘Becky & Rufus’ or ‘Rufus the Dog’. Of course, we laughed like prats on the doorstep about it whilst I cringed over the fact I was insane. But when we opened the parcel it was just full of Rufus goodies from Ruffle Snuffle
Ruffle Snuffle is the brain child of Sarah who’s business is to create interactive toys for pets. She not only focuses on dogs, but cats and horses too. When she offered to send Rufus some goodies, we couldn’t wait for our parcel. He received a Tuggers Pop, Whiffy Soap and some hand baked Woofed treats I’ve not had chance to use the Whiffy Soap as of yet, because for once in his life Rufus hasn’t rolled in fox shit. Sods law.
Rufus has an awful tendency for ruining every single toy he gets his paws on. He’s a born shredder. It’s a nightmare when you find toys ripped to shreds up the stairs. The only thing he doesn’t tend to shred are balls so if you ever come to my house and there’s tennis balls everywhere, you know why. But, the Tugger Pop has survived and because it’s a little different he seems to be enjoying the more playing aspect of it.
The rope bit of the Tugger Pop was what worried me the most. I just had a feeling that it’d end up the stairs. But I’m happy to report that it’s super strong. Made out of fleece and plaited very strongly, even Rufus hasn’t managed to unravel it yet. Keep in mind, his record on destroying a rope toy is 30 minutes so far. It also uses the same bright colours of the Ruffle Snuffle rug and even had a bit of give when plays tug of war! With the felt being a lot more substantial than your standard tug of war toys, it’s gives me the peace of mind that it’s not going to get destroyed and Rufus isn’t going to be eating any of the bad stuff.
What makes it different from your standard tug toy is the ball on the end. Not only is it great for playing fetch with but it gets your dog thinking. Ruffle Snuffle’s ethos is trying to stimulate pets and get their brains working. The ball is great for stuffing treats in – although make sure they are bigger ones as they can easily fall out of the holes! Rufus had great fun trying to push out the Woofed biscuits.
The Tugger Pop is available to buy on the Ruffle Snuffle website. You can customise the colours of the fleece and balls, which makes it unique to your pooch. The best thing is; it’s provided hours of fun for Rufus and it’s still going strong! I coulfn’t recommend it enough!
*Ruffle Snuffle sent us the products to review. All opinions and Rufus fun is 100% our own