Jolly Pets Monster Ball Dog Toy
About This Item
- Durable, erratic bouncing ball makes fetch more fun and enjoyable. It's unevenly weighted so when bounced it could go anywhere!
- Vanilla scent and flavor freshens breath, and it's made from non-toxic rubber that's safe to chew so you can be confident in giving this to your pet.
- Stuff the hollow center with any type of treat, like regular biscuits, peanut butter, or yogurt and watch your pet go to town!
- When it's hot outside try freezing the ball with your pet's favorite snack for a pawesome summer treat!
- The mouth on this toy makes dispensing the treats a fun task that your pup will be thoroughly entertained by.
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120 Customer Reviews
My pugs really like this toy. I have one of these for each dog, different styles, so they won't try to take the other's toy they each have one of their own. The kibble does not just come flying out, but they do come out enough to nab a bite and go for the next. Keeps them busy for a while
great concept but not long lasting
This ball offered a different challenge to my girls as just rolling it around wasn't enough to extract all of the kibble (they have larger-sized kibble); they had to squeeze it to open the mouth of the "monster." We got 3 good play sessions out of it... and then one of my girls tore a large chunk off of the lower mouth and that was that. So, I it a 4 for the concept but a 2 for durability, averaging out to a 3.
Jolly Pet Monster Ball toy
Recommend this for a bigger dog than my 10# er. Too big to chew on it, too tough to smash open. She can just push it around....eh! The treats have to be prepared to be small enough to easily fall thru the Jolly Pet's mouth opening for reward sucess! Pretty much a useless "toy" for a smallish-mid-size Chihuahua!
Lost interest fast
I have offered this to several dogs and the overall interest is a fail. They have such a hard time getting the treats out, they give up easily. Not one dog from English Bully to Bull Terrier to Pitty have shown interest in this in my experiences.
Occupies my energetic, intelligent terrier
The ball is bigger and firmer than I imagined and that is a good thing. My dog, a good size terrier at 30 pounds, really enjoys this toy. I secure dog bone treats at the corners of the mouth to get play started.
Fun Toy For Dogs of All Shapes and Sizes
My yellow lab loves this toy as you can place small treats inside of the monster's mouth and your dog will have to figure out, how to remove the treats. The ball is funny in appearance and wobbles when tossed. Great way to keep your dog occupied and busy.
Fun but too easy
My dog loves this ball. But he’s a clever boy and so it’s not much of a challenge for him. Only good to keep him occupied for a couple minutes.
Fun! fun and more fun
I have a 10 month old Husky who loves this thing!!!! Keeps her occupied when she’s crated
The dogs loved this ball and it’s erratic bouncing. We haven’t used it to stuff treats in yet. The dogs won’t put it down long enough for us to steal it away to do so. They love it and it’s durable.
Monster Ball Addicted Dog
My 85lb Lokki is literally addicted to his monster ball. We fill them with Charlee Bear treats since they're low-calorie. He freaks out and whines when it rolls under the bed so my daughter and I are kept very busy finding this thing. When it's empty he will come up to you and throw it at you with his mouth... it's the craziest thing. So, with all that said, he is getting 3 more of them in his stocking this Christmas. :)