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tugging

 [tug´ing]
a pulling sensation, as a pulling sensation in the trachea (tracheal tugging), due to aneurysm of the arch of the aorta.

tug

, tugging (tŭg, tŭg'ing),
A pulling or dragging movement or sensation.

tugging

/tug·ging/ (tug´ing) a pulling sensation, as a pulling sensation in the trachea (tracheal t.), due to aneurysm of the arch of the aorta.

tug

, tugging (tŭg, tŭg'ing)
A pulling or dragging movement or sensation.
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Here's a bonus "thing" if you want a training challenge: Put the leash tugging behavior under excellent stimulus control, so your dog does it only when you give him the cue (the way the agility folks do).
One important guideline for tugging games is that dogs not become so excited and aroused that they fail to recognize the boundary between your hand and the toy.
Stuff the Kong and tie the rope to something so that your dog can tire himself out by tugging at the Kong.