Tennis balls are not allowed in my household, and being a small breed, we stick to small balls. He has so much fun chasing this ball, he ignores the snacks that come out of it until I pick up the ball.
Bought for a puppy 10 wks old. It fits into his mouth and he loves it!
My dog wouldn’t touch it. Wouldn’t fetch with it/ wouldn’t do anything with it. He avoids it.
It’s alright lasted a couple weeks but wouldn’t buy again.
This was not a great ball, nor should it be chomped. My puppies absolutely destroyed this after less than a day. It seemed strong and like it could hold up, but it did not.
My shih tzu loves this cause he can get a grip on the ball. Also the ridges are great for putting a treat like peanutbutter on it.
A big waste of money, I bought them on sale and still way too much money. I wish that I had not purchased 4 of them. Balls split after only 2 times of throwing. Very poorly made.
Many months ago we purchased this JW Grass Ball for Sophie, our bull terrier. It's the only ball she hasn't chewed apart! There are maybe 2 or 3 of the pokey nubbins that are missing off of the original and many, many bite indentations, but, this ball is a survivor. So we purchased two more because our frisky dog loves to play with lots of balls simultaneously. Another great feature of this ball's design allows for some wonky bouncing -- the unpredictability of the bouncing adds to the fun!
My puppy loves toys like this that dispense treats when he plays with them. He also has 2 of the barbell/bone style ones from this same manufacturer. Unfortunately, this one was not finished quite as well as the other style. This one had little bits of the rubber sticking out at the molded seams. And the holes, where you insert treats, were not smoothed out. Puppy could not resist picking at the rubber and eating it. I tried to file away the rough bits, but it wasn’t possible. I threw it away.
My Lab managed to destroy this toy in 15 minutes. I was looking for something sturdy to clean his teeth - this wasn't it. He tore pieces of the spikes off, as well as the rubber ball where it connected to the spikey part. I would not recommend this product for an aggressive chewer.