Keep your furry friend active with Hyper Pet’s Tennis Balls! They are paw-fectly designed for training and exciting games of fetch. The bright green color is easy to spot in bushes and water—yup, that’s right, they float too! Bring this pack with you to the park, pool, lake or the beach. These tennis balls are paw-fectly compatible with Hyper Pet’s K9 Kannon K2 ball launcher (sold separately). Every purchase comes with 12 Hyper Pet tennis balls.
Toss these balls for training, exercise or just for fun!
The neon green color is easy to spot in leaves, grass and bushes.
Crafted from non-toxic, non-abrasive felt that’s gentle on teeth and gums.
Compatible with Hype Pet’s Kannon K2 ball launcher (sold separately).
Do I have large dogs? Yes. Did these balls break into two pieces the first time they played with them? Yes, also. I have ordered a different brand prior to these ones months ago and the few balls we have no lost are still in good condition.
on Jan 21, 2021
My dog is ecstatic over his tennis balls!!!!
He carries his ball around in his mouth all day, wants to take it out to go to
The bathroom snd on his walks
Not real Tennis Balls!
on Jan 9, 2021
These balls split open after one play session with my ball fetching dogs.
Tennis Ball Party, our favorite game!
on Mar 27, 2020
Our newest puppy loves to play fetch, but with stay-at-home orders we were concerned about their exercise and how to incorporate fetch into our small home. We have no hallways, just a couple rooms with lots of open space. We ordered 2 packs of these in addition to the tennis balls we already have.
The game is Tennis ball party. My boyfriend and I go on opposite sides of the room with all the tennis balls. And we just bounce and roll them across the room. The dogs love it!!!
Thanks Chewy, for making this time at home a little easier for our whole family, pups and humans alike!
Not for dogs with strong jaws
on May 11, 2020
These are probably fine for a retriever type dog that has a gentle mouth but my mixed breed dog clenches her teeth when returning with the ball. These only last one or 2 play sessions before they are too damaged to use. A little too expensive for that approach.