|Material||Rubber||Rubber||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||—|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Small Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Large Breeds|
|Toy Type||Balls||Balls||Balls||Balls, Treat Dispensers|
|Health Feature||—||—||—||Dental & Breath Care|
A little Yorkie manages this rather large toy very well
My puppies really like this Kong Ball. They run after and toss in the air to play with it. Keeps them from biting shoes and each other.
Keeps active puppy out of trouble. Filled with kibble and PB and pup goes into crate for peaceful chew time. Excellent at play time because it rolls around funny and it is too big to get stuck under the couch.
My dog can't seem to get any type of treat out of the Kong. Also the ridges scare my dog. I had to figure out how to pull treats out that she left in for a week. And believe me, she loves her treats.
Another great Kong product! We are going through the trying times of a new puppy teething and this product as well as all the other Kong toys have been a life saver as well as saving my furniture and my feet as he thinks he should chew on those as well....
My puppy loves this toy. I stuff a little treat inside and she rolls it around and chases it. It keeps her busy for 20-30 minutes at a time!
Great for treats to put inside keeping her busy! Easy to hold in mouth and run with, just a very fun toy for the puppy.
This ball is definitely for a puppy. True puppy, under 9 months old. And probably younger than that, depending on breed. The material is nice and soft for fragile puppy teeth. Not for strong adult teeth. We do not notice a strong tubber smell. We're excited to try this out!
Hands down the best "keep me busy" toy so far for my active, teething Havanese puppy. It must have the perfect size, weight, bounce, chewiness, and challenge level, judging by how much time my dog spends with it. I put high-value treats and kibble inside, wedge a few bits into the outside ridges, and he's busy for a long time.
I have 3 yorkies. I bought 2 of these and put one of those buffalo treats in them. It stuck out the end by about 2-3". Long enough for them to check it out. Once they figured out the treat that was sticking out, each took their turn chewing on it for a while and when they walked away from it, one of the other yorkies would steal it. I think it was more entertaining for us to watch "who's got the ball now".