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JW Pet Company iSqueak Bouncin' Baseball Dog Toy, Large, Colors Vary
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- Squeaky rubber bouncy ball
- Perfect for toss and play
- Great chew, toss, pass and carry toy
- Durable natural rubber ball
- Suitable for large and giant breed canine athletes
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Size: Large | Color Name: Assorted
The new iSqueak Bouncin’ Baseball Large is a squeaky durable natural rubber ball. This sporty toy is meant to be tossed, passed, carried, and chewed. Available in fun bright colors, this size baseball is suited for large and giant breed canine athletes.
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Top Customer Reviews
BUT the problem is the ball didn't even last two days and it broke ,
my dogs are pretty small one under ten pounds and the other barely over ten pounds ,
the were playing with and the squeaker was the first thing to go of coarse,
the the ball its self is fairly strong ,
would not recommend for dogs over 15 pounds ,
I got her the smallest size, and if she were any bigger it would probably be too small and a choking hazard; the Small is definitely sized for puppies and small dogs under a foot or so tall/15lbs. While it's a good size for her to be able to hold in her mouth and chew on, unfortunately it's also small enough to roll under furniture like bookshelves and couches that have small openings underneath, so be prepared to fish it out from under furniture often!
The ball is soft but sturdy with almost constant play. It is lasting very well.
(our dog is 9lbs. this ball is the perfect size for him)
Most recent customer reviews
The only ball my 8 wks old border collie puppy would fetch was this one and I could not find them in the pet stores at all here ! Amazon.ca was my saviour !!Published 9 months ago by Dog lover, Sk, Canada
Squeaker lasted about 5 minutes before my dog (a ferocious miniature poodle) had made it unworkable. We've had these balls before with the same result. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Alan Pelman