Why does my dog shake his head when playing tug of war?
Dogs don't always shake their heads when they play.
They act this way to show that they are happy. When dogs shake their heads while playing, it can also mean that they want to get their human's attention. They want you to notice their silliness or mostly to play fetch or tug-o-war.
Can puppies play with rope toys?
Rope Toys. Rope toys can also be great for gentle tug-of-war games with your puppy, and they can also satisfy their need to chew. Care must be taken not to tug too hard or to allow your puppy to dangle from the end of the tug rope.
What rope are dog toys?
I always use cotton rope for my dog toys. It's all natural and isn't a big deal if your dog swallows pieces of it. You'll want to get the right size rope for your dog. A 1/2"-3/4" rope would be suitable for a little dog, while 1.5" rope works for very large dogs