|Toy Feature||Bouncy, Outdoor||Tough Chewer||Exercise, Tough Chewer||Squeaky||Water Toy, Tough Chewer|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Small Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds|
|Toy Type||Balls||Balls, Chew Toys||Balls||Balls||Balls, Chew Toys|
Got the large ball as recommended by the company based on our dog’s weight. It is too firm and heavy for her to grip or carry it in her mouth. She is OBSESSED with balls but has zero interest in this one. It’s too bad because she chews up most and this one does seem indestructible. A smaller size would probably work well but this one cost over $30 so I’m not sure it’s worth another try.
Our 11 year old poodle loves balls. Since he was months old he loves to squeeze them, role them and pounce on them, to chasing them relentlessly when I throw them for him, and inside the house every day around 3p.m when we go into the music/fitness room where he rolls it underneath the fitness equipment then running around getting it chewing on it and then roll it again for up to 2 hours a day. For years we bought him durafoam balls and d they would last maybe a month at a time. The last year the product seems to have changed its manufacturing process, after a few days the balls would begin to deconstruct from the center out and deform. I had been trying to find something he would enjoy and last for a little while and surprisingly these are great, he loves it and has lasted a couple of weeks already. Hopefully, these will continue the same manufacturing process.
Would not have ordered this size I didn't realize they made this for a dog that can unhinge their jaw my goodness it was way to big
It's a really good, solid, tough ball. The bad news for me is if my pittie can't destroy it in a few minutes, she loses interest. Not the ball's fault...lol