KONG AirDog Squeakair Balls Packs Dog Toy

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The KONG AirDog Squeakair Ball combines two classic dog toys — the tennis ball and the squeaker toy — to create the perfect fetch toy. This durable, high-quality Squeakair tennis ball will not wear down a dog’s teeth. It’s made with a special nonabrasive felt, compared to the abrasive material on normal tennis balls.

Key Benefits

  • Perfect for games of fetch
  • Squeaker to induce play
  • Nonabrasive tennis material will not wear down your dog's teeth


  • X-Small, 3 count: 1.62-inch
  • Small, 3 count" 2-inch
  • Medium, 3 count: 2.5-inch
  • Large, 2 count: 3.25-inch

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 234 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by BALL!!!! My dog has a huge toy chest. Whenever I bring it out, no, she doesn't want the $50 special toys, or the stuffed animals--she digs in the bottom for the 300 linty Kong balls. She sniffs each one to greet them and finds the one she wants, and TOSSES the balls herself so she can catch them. Or if I toss, she catches before the first bounce. She's got at least 2 dozen games she plays with them (including stuffing them down my shirt). And she plays these games almost every night for two hours. This dates back four years ago to puppy class, where for graduation, the instructor dumped on the floor about a hundred BALLS!!! We humans were supposed to pick up a certain number of balls to count how long our dogs would sit. Right. My pup didn't know what to do with herself, her eyes were popping out of her head, and she was running from ball to ball. It was her best day EVAR. Now I get three every month or so, slipping out the absolute gnarliest of the old ones. She notices. And mourns. July 12, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Satisfy my dogs hunting instincts My beagles won't go for any balls but the small Kong squeakers. They turn their noses up at larger, harder, or squeakless balls at the dog park; but will happily pick up even the dirtiest 2" Kong squeaker. They will play fetch for hours with these and love that they can get their mouths around them and make them squeal. I can't leave them alone with them though because they will tear the "skin" off of them and rip them apart if they get the chance. The small is perfect for my dogs. I tried the x-small before but the seem like they could get lodged in their throats. If I had a bigger dog I'd get bigger ones. These are also great because my dogs come running when they hear the squeak (no matter what distractions are around) so I keep them on hand for when I want to call them to me. July 29, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by sturdy little ball This ball is a great size for small dogs. And the squeaker is a plus! August 22, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by not so tuff my golden puppy of eight months tore the outer covering off in less than 10 minutes. The balls are still intact and still squeak. I just wish Kong would come up with a tougher covering. August 19, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by One of her favorite toys This ball is great. I have a large mini Aussie 6 months old. She shreds all her other balls with the fuzzy surface. This one she brings and drop at my feet to play ball with her. August 11, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Balls for Small Dogs I bought these for my niece's dog but kept on back for my cat who loves to play with it. These are very sturdy squeaky balls that small dogs will love. August 11, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by I am a permanent customer The staff is helpful and friendly, the quality of the products is great, with a large variety of products I love the speedy delivery August 12, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by it bounces it squeeks make him happy the balls are what he loves to play with he won't stop once he has one it winds up being chewed to death. I wish the packages were bigger he will go through 36 balls in a short time. He plays by himself throwing it up in the air and catching it and occasionally he will throw it up until he drops them in the pool that so he can make us get up and get it for him it's called make the old folks fetch. August 2, 2016
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