Hyper Pet 4 Pack of Balls for Dogs, OrangeBy Hyper Pet
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About This Item
- Not your everyday tennis ball as Hyper Pet has designed them to be safe for dog's teeth.
- The tennis balls are made of grade A rubber so they're safe on your pup's teeth and even float in water.
- The perfect complement to the Hyper Fling, K-9 Kannon or just paw-some fun on their own!
- They're non-toxic and don't contain harmful coatings or gasses, so you can feel confident about having play time with your loved one.
- Each pack contains four balls; mini measures 1.88 inches and regular measures 2.5 inches in diameter.
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Not for chewers
My almost 22 month old lab has renewed interest in tennis balls. Last one we found outside lasted a long time before we lost it. So, I bought these, but each one I've given him hasn't lasted long at all. The furry/felt covering is chewed at and then he chews a hole/crack in ball so it no longer bounces. Shortly thereafter, the whole ball gets chewed up into pieces before I throw away. I read somewhere that human tennis balls aren't good for dogs, but they sure last longer. I'll have to do some more research. I'm not looking for a refund here; just letting others who have chewers know these balls aren't for them.
New design is garbage.
The new design of these balls is horrible. My GSP normally got about 2 or 3 weeks per ball before he destroyed them. Now, about 10 minutes. The covers come right off and the rubber inside splits in half. The old design had thin (1/8 inch) white striping. The pictures on this site still show the old ones. That is definitely not what I got. The new design has wider striping (1/4 inch or so). Not sure why the change other than trying to cut costs I guess. Definitely won't buy again.
Pretty big for stated small size
I measured the small ball I bought at the local pet store and thought these were the same size. My chihuahua can barely pick it up. Too big for her mouth. It is heavy also and doesn't bounce much at all.
I love to play catch and I am love to chew the balls while playing. These did not hold up during play.
cheap : (
These balls fell apart before I even paid the credit card bill. In under two weeks, they were all coming apart... no match for a 9 month old German Shepherd. Seemed to be made cheaply. I am now looking elsewhere for a brand that will hold up better than this.
Love these balls
My lab loves these. They are easy to find in the fall leaves.
Hyper Pet Balls for Dogs
My cat loves these smaller sized "tennis" balls and really gets into intensive work outs with these. I've tried the regulation size balls, but she isn't all that enthused with them and only plays with them occasionally.
MiniBalls for Ball Launchers (Small Dogs)
I have been looking, buying and ordering small balls to use for my Dogs Ball launcher (Small dogs) And these work great ! The perfect size (which is hard to find) for the small ball launcher. The balls that original come with the ball launchers are very cheaply made and (even with a small dog) get crunched up, split and broken. The only thing I wish I could find, is a ball exactly this size (diameter) without fuzz, meaning just rubber. Because my dog, tends to pick the fuzz off, ruining the balls. Other wise, Awesome for ball launching and fetching for small dogs !
A little bit stronger than the typical, cheap tennis ball.
I tried these as they say they are safer for dogs teeth and I wanted to see if my dogs would like tennis balls without squeakers. To be honest, my dogs love squeakers, but they are so LOUD, that they drive us nuts until the squeakers are “killed” (typically a couple of excruciating minutes). We have a Belgian Malinois and Pembroke Corgi—both very active dogs that love to play ball. I was delighted when these balls felt a little bit heftier (but still pretty light) than the tennis balls I’ve bought before (Frisco, Kong, etc.) and my dogs seem to have shown that’s true as they haven’t completely destroyed them within minutes—they are still here in one piece and it’s been a couple of days so far. My dogs also loved them even though there are no squeakers—a BIG WIN for us hoomans :) Now these aren’t as tough as a Zogoflex, Rubber Kong, etc., and these can and will eventually be destroyed, but they offer fun for a little bit longer than the other tennis balls and make our ears happy.
Beware Coating Still Abrasive- will wear teeth
The primary issue with tennis balls is the coating material is abrasive to dogs teeth. These have less internal pressure true enough, non toxic coating possibly, but safe for your dogs teeth absolutely NOT because the abrasive bright green tennis ball material was simply replaced with an abrasive bright orange tennis ball material. The Material gets wet with dog saliva then dirt and grit adhere to the ball which then help to accelerate the wear on your dog's teeth. If you have a Border Collie (BC) this is not an acceptable alternative.