This toy is ok. Somehow I missed that it was solid and weighed a lot. I thought it’d be like a mini soccer ball they could push themselves and tumble around with on our slanted yard. It’s too heavy for them to push. I have to kick it with my foot and they chase it. The weight should be listed in the specs. Maybe they’ll grow into it as they get bigger.
I have an American Bulldog that plays endlessly with this toy. If you're looking for something to burn energy and is durable, this is your answer.
This is our second Jolly Ball and our dog Coop LOVES it! It's tough, durable, bouncy and long lasting! Just to be clear, we still have our first Jolly Ball, he just loves it so much we got him a second one to chase around the yard.
I bought a Jolly Ball about 1 1/2 years ago that was slightly soft so my puppy could get her teeth in it and carry it around some. BUT, these rubber balls are like hard plastic not like a sturdy kick ball rubber or like the first I bought. Sad. I am returning all three sizes.
This ball is a heavy as a bowling ball. It is not something our dog will ever play with. If I could rate it less than 5 I would.
I had ordered a 3 pack of these balls earlier in the year for a total price of $27. I hadn't paid enough attention when I did a reorder off of the previous item. This time the total price was $19+ dollars for one ball. A lot of money for one plastic ball.
Jollyballs are the BEST balls ever for durability. They do not pop and can withhold numerous teeth marks. I have 5 of them. The dogs are able to play all day with them in their mouth.
Boston terrier really enjoyed ball for approximately a week but was able to chew a large hole in it and is no longer usable.
Got tough chewers and this has lasted quite a while and they love it too.
My Frenchie, Mia, has killed countless inflatable balls. They rarely last more than 5-10 minutes with her trying to sink her teeth into them. Foam balls, she takes chunks out of and I'm afraid she'd harm herself if she ate said foam. This ball... it's rubbery so it bounces a bit... it's HEAVY - so not like a ball your dog would head butt around, but it is chase-able, and while she can gnaw at it (and it has gotten a bit gnarled up) it is virtually indestructible. Just what the killer Mia needed. I've tried a few others - this one is pretty good. Downside is that she can't pick it up at all.