|Toy Feature||Exercise, Tough Chewer||Water Toy||Water Toy||Water Toy||Exercise|
|Material||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic||Foam, Polyester, Synthetic Fabric|
|Breed Size||Giant Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds||Giant Breeds, Large Breeds||Giant Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Balls||Balls||Balls||Games & Puzzles, Balls, Treat Dispensers||Balls|
No dog is going to break this ball. My one year old Doberman Pinscher plays with this ball at least 4 times a day. The best part is that the 10" version will not fit in a dog's mouth so there's no chance that the ball will deflate. This ball will last forever unless you run over it with a truck. Easy to clean, too. Warning! This ball is solid plastic so if your dog launches it at you and hits you(ankles are especially prone) you will feel it. It has outlasted several other toys were made of rubber. II highly recommend this product. I'm ordering a 6 inch one today.
My year-old GSD is obsessed. She will play with this ball for hours (we have the 18" ball) and not stop. Unfortunately, she will only play with red ones. I ordered two from Chewy and only one was red, so we have a blue one she won't touch. We had a very old Indestructible Ball that she loved, but it broke. (I think from being outside in the weather for 8 years.) She was inconsolable and we couldn't get her to play with a blue one, so I wish that there were a way to order a specific color. :-( But, even if you don't have a crazy GSD, this ball is perfect. They can herd, push, kick, claw and do all sorts of things to this ball and nothing happens.
My GS (1 1/2yrs old) meet his indestructible ball match. This has become one of his favorite outdoor toys to chase and try to grab. The 10" seems to be the perfect size since he's not tripping on it and able to push around easier. Also I join in by rolling it or kick it gently (since its made out of hard plastic) for a speedy chase. May get the next larger size (I think 18") but for now the 10" size is great.
If you have a smart, boneheaded dog who never gives up and needs more challenges to solve than you can come up with, this ball is amazing. Our dog loves it, he gets a full body workout chasing it all over the yard and trying to get it in his mouth :-). Great and sturdy toy, but definitely not for indoors lol!
I added this last minutes to my order as it said indestructible...My dog is obsessed, incensed, and totally self entertained with this. She goes after it in the yard, unable to bite into it... it infuriates her, she barks at it and chases it around. We have to hide it from her or she would go at it all day long. BEST TOY EVER!
I have an Australian Cattle dog that needed something to wear him out a bit. He loves this ball! He runs it all over the yard, gets stuck in the bushes, and everywhere else. It's hard plastic so he can't destroy it and it won't pop hitting "sharp" objects. It was a great buy.
Our Boxweiler absolutely love this ball. We have purchased both the 14 and the 10. The 10" is the winner. She can (somehow) create a dent, then a hole in the larger ball. We call this game "ScarBall" (modified soccer-type game). She bops this with her chest and controls it. She looks forward to this game, running to the ball and waiting for one of us to play.
I had a dog years ago that had this toy and she loved it. They push the ball with their feet. I just bought it for my current dog and he hasn't quite figured out how to push it but he's working on it. They can't chew it or pick it up with their mouth but they love to chase it on the ground. It will last for years.
It is like Christmas everyday when I bring this ball out. Monty is a Border Collie mix and loves to herd things. He bats it around like a soccer ball and is so happy. He destroyed every ball we have tried and he cannot destroy this one. I need to teach him to use more of his nose and less of his legs because the hard plastic does knock into his legs and results in soreness. Due to this he has about a 15 minute limit and only a couple times a week. He would play with it all day if I let him.
This ball kept my GSD engaged. He figured out how to push the ball around with his body, nose and legs. Sometimes keeping a GSD engaged is challenging. This does it! He moves this ball around the yard, up and down the hill until he was tired. He is so excited when we pull this ball out.