Shopping Cart

Get shipping estimates

I Give a Wag - Fannie Flamingo Rope

I Give a Wag - Fannie Flamingo Rope

Regular price $16.95

I Give a Wag - Fannie Flamingo Rope

Choose the toys that give back!

Every purchase from the Rufus & Coco I Give A Wag toy range donates money to the Australian Pet Welfare Foundation to support their mission to end unnecessary euthanasia in Australian pounds.

There’s one for fetch, one for tug of war and one to cuddle so lots of options to reward your little mate. Collect them all!

Fannie is a rope toy perfect for tug-of-war games. She has snuggly soft hands and feet, and makes a comforting sleeping toy too.


Regular price $16.95

How To Use

Let’s play Hide-n-Seek!

This game encourages your pooch to use his sense of smell. Use the command “Stay” to stop your dog from following you, then take your dog’s favourite toy and hide somewhere in your backyard or house. Call your mates name once and reward him with a game of tug-of-war once he finds you.

Tip: Start the game off easy, then make it harder – eventually you can be out of sight and your little mate will be a pro with his nose!

Remember: It will take time to teach your little mate the commands. Be patient, and always use positive reinforcement and treats to reward the correct action for the command.

No content right now
No content right now

"I might look like a tough bloke, but I'm proud to say I Give a Wag! It's impossible not to get your tail wagging with my pawsome new toy friends from Rufus & Coco. I've got one to fetch, one for tug of war, and one to snuggle with when I'm lonely. But the best part is knowing that just by having fun I'm donating to World Animal Protection to help save the lives of furry friends who are not as lucky to have a mum like me."

Kovu, age 1

Let’s play Hide-n-Seek!

This game encourages your pooch to use his sense of smell. Use the command “Stay” to stop your dog from following you, then take your dog’s favourite toy and hide somewhere in your backyard or house. Call your mates name once and reward him with a game of tug-of-war once he finds you.

Tip: Start the game off easy, then make it harder – eventually you can be out of sight and your little mate will be a pro with his nose!

Remember: It will take time to teach your little mate the commands. Be patient, and always use positive reinforcement and treats to reward the correct action for the command.