Jolly Pets Jolly Egg Dog Toy, Red

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About This Item

  • Designed for erratic rolling motion with a fun oval shape that dogs love to chase.
  • Super durable and strong, it's hard to bite and puncture. The ideal toy for water based fun!
  • Designed for constant moving the egg shape makes it difficult for your pet to get a grip on the toy.
  • The perfect toy for solo play as it gives your pup a safe and fun outlet for their prey instinct.
  • Made in the USA!
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MaterialRubberVinyl / PVC, PlasticVinyl / PVC, PlasticRubberRubber
Breed SizeMedium BreedsExtra Small BreedsLarge BreedsExtra Small Breeds, Small BreedsSmall Breeds
Toy TypeBallsChew Toys, BallsBallsBalls, Treat Dispensers, Chew ToysBalls, Chew Toys
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Questions & Answers

2 Customer Questions

Is this a hard plastic toy or does it have some give to it?
Answer by ChewyDec 23, 2017
Being made of hard plastic makes this ball hard to bite and causes the ball to “squirt” out of dogs’ mouths.

How is the egg measured? By the length?
Answer by ChewyNov 16, 2020
The egg toy is measured by its length. The 8 inch egg is best suited for pets weighing up to 40 pounds and the 12 inch egg is best suited for pets weighing over 40 pounds.

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221 Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Jill on Jul 1, 2022

Great idea

He loves it! But it’s not very sturdy. For the price I would expect a longer lasting product. The pictures show the egg after less than 10 minutes of play. The egg shape definitely accomplished my goal of getting him to swim longer than just fetching a ball but not impressed with how quickly it was punctured and misshapen (once squared off from biting no longer does the wobbly roll).

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Mandy on May 30, 2022

My dogs are in LOVE

I saw these at a farm store but wanted to do a little more research before purchasing. They are made of HARD plastic so that it is difficult for your dog to grab. It literally says that in the description so I’m confused why so many people are giving it bad reviews for that reason. I have three dogs. Bear: Chesapeake Bay Retriever/English Pointer, Duke: English Boxer, and Koda: Great Pyrenees/Bernese Mountain Dog. Bear and Duke love playing with Toys outside and have many Jolly Brand toys including a couple of the horse size jolly balls. They have managed to chew through all of them. This one is definitely the best yet. They have a really fun time pushing it around and chasing it. So far they can’t pick it up and chew on it. When it’s been how we put it in their dog pool and they love palsying around playing with the Egg. We bought the 12” toy. It would be nice to have something a little bigger similar to the size difference between the jolly balls for dogs and horses. Duke, having a somewhat flatter face has a difficult time picking up smaller toys when they end up right next to the fence or house so he begins to paw at them. That’s how I knew he would love the Jolly Egg. Bear just loves to chase things so it’s perfect for him too. Koda would rather lay around and watch but has even showed some interest herself. When these come back in stock we will definitely be buying another. These are AMAZING and exactly what is advertised.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By GSDjaws on Aug 15, 2022

Hard plastic

My German shepherd pops and destroys everything. This is slippery and hard so it was very tough for him to grab. It does have puncture marks though lol

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Poofect on May 25, 2022

Jolly Egg dog toy

I did not realize these were hard plastic. One dog played with one a bit indoors. No one touches the ones I put outside. They are also hard as rocks! Not what I thought they were and was disappointed with my purchase. My dogs would rather play with an old sock than these useless eggs :(

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By JollyEgg on Aug 25, 2022

Boo to Jolly Egg

Pups don't play with it, hard plastic & they can't grab it. Wasted my money on this one.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Moose on Jul 17, 2022

Jolly Egg Toy

My German Shepherd loved it, and even though it was punctured within minutes, he still loves to play with it.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Barbara on Jun 25, 2022

Not worth the money

I bought this thinking it would be a good toy for my dog...she had it shredded within an hour. Don't waste your money on this.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Buddy85 on Jul 6, 2022


Not puncture proof at all! Within 20 minutes of our puppy playing with it. It was full of holes.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By 111111111 on Aug 8, 2022


Five minutes of playing with my Bostons and this is the result

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By JoJo on Apr 4, 2021
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Dog Is Not A Fan

I was super excited to have my pup try this while I was recovering from back surgery. He has a crazy amount of energy and I wasnt able to play with him so I was looking for something to keep him stimulated while not in daycare. In theory this toy is great, and it does almost what it says it does. The problem is that its super hard plastic so dogs cant even try to grab onto it. My dog pawed at it a few times and sniffed it, I tried kicking it around for him for about 20 minutes trying to get him interested and he just continued to look at me like I was an idiot. He loves to play with regular balls and likes to use his feet, but I guess to him this was just a big hunk of plastic.