|Toy Type||Balls||Balls||Balls||Balls||Balls, Chew Toys|
|Breed Size||—||Large Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds||Giant Breeds|
It is hard to know how many stars to give this ball. My dogs usually destroy tennis balls in under a minute, and this ball is still going strong after hours of play. So a plus for how sturdy it is, and the squeaker still works, too. Which gets me to the con. The squeaker. It is such an aggressive squeak. So incredibly shrill and loud. I have never written a dog toy review before (and let me tell you, we go through a lot of toys) but everyone who considers this ball deserves to know!
My girl Annie a blue red heeler can recognize and distinguished a CHEWY BOX from other deliveries I received. If I do not have time to open the box immediately I will keep finding her sitting next to her CHEWY BOX with anticipation face. Once I open the box she immediately starts trying to find her new toy and when she does she is just so happy. Does your dog recognize a CHEWY BOX? This ball is a perfect size for her mouth. Too big to get hung in her throat and not so big she strains her jaw to catch it. She will then carry her ball with her on an outing. Always takes one of her babies wheneverver we go out. Too cute! Then the neighbors give her new toy and her special attention and she just beams. I love her so much.
A few hours after being gifted to our big pup, the ball was coming apart at the seams. He’s not a totally hard chewer, but does love the squeak and to play catch. We will b