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no, fitpaws! I have never over pumped this donut, after owning it for 5 months and using it for 3 month, it has an uneven surface, a higher side and a lower side. this is not a cheap equipment, I expect it to last longer. chewy rep are been really helpful, thank you so much!
Pro Tip: There is one size Donut. There is one size ring. If the Donut seems too small for the ring, put more air in it. Would have saved me a lot of time searching to know those details. The thingie to inflate the Donut and Ring come in the package.
Love this stability donut. Great for teaching many cues to dogs as well as building balance and muscle strength.
This balance ball is so much fun for my Russell Terrier. It was the perfect size for a 12 pound dog. It does vibrate without the base but that is fine for my athletic terrier.
I was hesitant to add this donut to our fitness equipment because I felt like the bigger fitpaws peanut and this donut kind of filled the same exercise niche. Well, color me surprised! This donut provides a very different type of balancing! It’s uniquely challenging for our pup, and it also works nicely into a routine. We did purchase the inflatable ring stabilizer with it, and that has been very helpful!
I ordered this product to help with my dogs rehab at home. He was hit by a car and when the rescue found him they had to do surgery on him. He had two surgeries. in the pictures this looks much bigger. The measurements are all wrong. Also the ring holder doesn’t fit this product. Like what? Why do you sell both if they don’t match each other? I am very disappointed in this product. You can see in the pictures that the ring was not meant for this.
This a way smaller than it looks in the pictures. My Aussie can still train on it just fine and can do the conditioning recommenced by her vet on it. If your dog is over 40lbs I’d recommend two or spending $30 more to get the totofit one