|Toy Feature||Water Toy||Squeaky||Squeaky, Exercise||Squeaky, Outdoor, Water Toy, Bouncy, Exercise||Exercise, Tough Chewer|
|Breed Size||Giant Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds||Small Breeds||Small Breeds||Giant Breeds|
|Toy Type||Balls||Chew Toys, Balls||Balls||Balls||Balls|
|Material||—||Thermoplastic Rubber, Rubber, Plastic||Thermoplastic Rubber, Rubber, Plastic||Rubber||Nylon, Synthetic Fabric|
This toy is the most underrated toy, when you look at you think a plastic egg, seriously? Yarra is a very active four-year-old Aussie Shepard, this toy keeps her entertained as she races around the yard. Yarra has a smaller egg and now the big one she loves both. Great on the lawn and fantastic when there is snow on the ground!
Any negative reviews on the Jolly Egg due to people not understanding how it’s supposed to work should be removed. They’re not supposed to be able to pick it up. That’s literally the whole point. My boys love their egg!
My little beagle loves his soccer ball, but it recently ruptured so I made the decision to buy him something a little more sturdy. Turns out this Jolly Egg toy is like a large plastic egg and my little guy has no interest. I'm sure this is the right toy for some dogs, but was sad that my little guy (that loves running around with his soccer ball) has no interest. I would caution future purchasers that just because your dogs love their balls they may not necessarily like this large hard plastic toy.
1 year old Labrador Retriever did not like this toy. It was interesting to him for 5 minutes.
Hard to bite and puncture it is not! My pittie pinned it to the ground and put a hole in it within the first five minutes. She lost interest in chasing it after that. Might be good for herding breeds or dogs with small muzzles.
So I first saw this toy on tiktok and had to get my Frenchie one. Although they were saying it wasn’t in stock I was still able to get it. But what I will say is when my Frenchie is interested she becomes obsessed with it! She was able to corner it and start nibbling at the top so she can hold it in her mouth which she likes. She does get a little crazy with it however never seen her act like this but she will actually put her whole body weight on it and trap it with her Trex arms and pure panic is in her bug eyes. As soon as we give it back to her or put it away she’s fine. Overall it keeps her entertained for a while
I bought this hoping my Aussie puppy would “herd” it around. It is a perfect size for a puppy to push and she’ll pounce on it every now and then but she’ll lose interest in it very quickly. I don’t know if it’s because it’s hard plastic or that it goes roll as easy as a ball? We’ll keep playing with it to see if she changes her mind.
I bought this for my mini golden doodle but she’s too scared of it because of the erratic way it rolls. I’ve seen other dogs play with it but it didn’t work for my pup.
The egg is sturdy. Seems like it would hold up well if my Doberman actually played with it. She’ll entertain it if I kick it towards her. But other than that she doesn’t touch it.
My black lab/ border collie mix was able to grab it with her paws and chew a giant hole in it. Not great for dogs who can figure out how to hold things.