What is a Dog Spring Pole?
The Chase Pro Spring pole is a great exercise tool, It’s used to help your dog build muscle and enjoy playtime.
Essentially, it contains a thick Heavy Duty piece of rope with a Stainless Steel spring attached and this is Hung from a tree or a timber beam . Most active dogs feel excited by the game of tug-of-war especially working dogs and terriers as it stimulates their prey drive. #1 Muscle Builder: Our spring pole is the best muscle building exercise tool for dogs, providing countless hours of fun. Dogs love the pulling, swinging, and tugging action that the Chase pro spring pole provides.
It perfectly simulates Tug of War game.
- DURABLE SPRING POLE – The spring pole is carefully made of premium stainless steel hardware.
- PERFECT FOR DOGS OF ALL AGES AND BREEDS – Our package comes with 1 Spring 1 Rope and the fitting to attache the two all fitting are high quality Stainless steel so they wont rust if left out in the Rain
- GREAT FOR DOG STIMULATION – Dogs love to keep busy, and the best way to reduce destruction is leaving the spring pole out for the dog to play when they want.
- EASY TO INSTALL – You can hang the spring pole from a tree branch or attached to a secured wood beam/hanger.
Ideal for High Drive Active Small, Medium and Large dogs
Dog Spring Pole FAQ’s
How high do I raise it off the ground?
It is wise to make sure that the spring is not too “springy” and is located close to the ground for a pup. Then, as the dog matures and wants to/is able to hang more you can raise it to suit your dog. There really is no limit or advisable distance for the spring pole to be from the ground, although some advocates of spring pole use suggest never raising it higher than your dog is able to reach the ground with their hind legs.
Where should I put my Spring Pole?
There are a few different options for spring pole construction regarding where it should be placed. You can choose to build a dog spring pole by fastening it to a rafter that is part of a larger structure. You can also construct your own structure, or get more creative and use a tree. If you are using a tree you can either attach the spring pole setup directly to a sturdy branch, or attach the spring pole to a piece of wood/small structure and place that within the tree itself.
What type of biting surface should I use for the Spring Pole?
The most preferable surfaces is thick rope.
DO NOT use anything with metal or other hard materials, this could injure your dog’s jaw and gums.
How do I know if my dog will like a Spring Pole?
If your dog likes to play tug of war and/or is a bully breed dog such as a working dogs, American Staffordshire Terrier, American Bulldog, etc., there is a good chance your dog will enjoy a spring pole.