|Toy Feature||Exercise||Squeaky, Exercise, Bouncy||Exercise||Exercise||—|
|Material||Plastic, Rubber||Plastic, Rubber, Felt||Plastic||Rubber, Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Plastic, Polypropylene|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Toy Type||Launchers||Launchers||Launchers||Exercise Wheels & Balls, Launchers||Balls, Launchers|
For all of those complaining of the size of the balls: don't leave a bad review because you didn't pay attention to the size you were purchasing. If you take a minute to read the desc. you would see it is size small -- 14S. Look at the letter beside the #. S=small M=medium L=large. Also, the balls are like typical tennis balls that are usually easily destroyed by a dog playing fetch etc. They are good for taking to a dog park or lake because it's not a big deal if you lose them. If you want good ones, buy the rubber type chuck-it balls. They hold up very well. They are all I buy for my dog, who is fetch obsessed.
This product rocks. Not sure why the bad reviews. Our little doodle loves fetch, but all the other Chuck it balls were too big for her. We gave this a shot in spite of the reviews and we are so glad we did. Remi loves it and it give us daily family fun and exercise.
Ball split in half and then crumbled on the first throw. Ball the size of a golf ball.
Where in the description is this mentioned that it’s going to be extra small… like the balls are almost cat sized so definitely not going to work for my large dog
balls are very small so is launcher will not fit regular sized balls ? disappointed
This product chucks the ball, but it's not entirely comfortable to hold. The ball tends to stay stuck in the launcher, so you have to really chuck-it. The last brand I had, Nerf Dog, was a lot easier to use.
It's a BOY.! Our new Yorkie puppy seems to enjoy it. Sure it will be better as he gets older
These are NOT tennis balls! 1/2 the size and way to SMALL! The launch rod is WAY TO SMALL and to tight, hard to release the ball! Terrible
Lala can't get enough of fetch. We recently moved from a place with a fenced yard to somewhere with only an open green space. That means using a long training leash and taking whatever gear we need with us. This mini ChuckIt fits nicely in the little bag I use for dog walks and since my training leash is only 30' long, I don't need to be able to throw the ball too far so the shorter size works just fine for us.
Balls perfect size for little Ella’s mouth, but launcher is too short to launch ball substantially. My arm alone does better.