Posted by Unknown on 27th Mar 2014
I participate in the sport of Flyball. Since I have a small breed....Smooth Fox Terriers....They are a better size for them to catch out of the box. They can catch the regular size tennis balls but not with as much accuracy. I like the fact that they don't squeak like the ones in the pet supply stores do. Those are great for getting them interested in balls to begin with but cannot be used at a flyball tournament.
They are also really Tuff Balls!
Thanks for a great ptoduct for the little dogs!
Posted by Unknown on 13th Mar 2014
I have 4 boxers (2 pups and 2 adults) and 2 hounds. They love to pull the green felt stuff off tennis balls. They have failed to do so yet with these. I would suggest you give them a try.
Posted by Brandy on 21st Feb 2014
I love these balls for several reasons;
1 - they have a GREAT bounce to them!
2 - They DON'T squeak!
3 - My dog STILL hasn't chewed the covering
off of them!
4 -They have a nice weight to them.
5 -They are a nice bright color so I can find them
in the dark!
Posted by Bob from Hot Springs on 28th Jan 2013
I have been using these TuffBalls for a while now and they are the best ball for my dog. She is an Australian Cattle Dog mix and has the bite of a vise. She has a very difficult time breaking through these balls, although she always fines a way to "pop" them. Once pop'ed they become her favorite until I "accidently" drop them in the trash can. She always has one of these balls in her mouth and they seem to calm her down when she gets scared. Love them, love them, love them.
We want our dogs to have the best and these are it! These specially made "pet" tennis balls are pressureless, making them resistant to "popping". Even if your aggressive dog manages to get a fang into one of these balls, it will still bounce and play just like new. The membrane inside is made of all natural rubber and is thicker than any standard tennis ball. Unlike a standard tennis ball, it doesn't have sand in the rubber which will greatly reduce the wear and tear on your dogs' teeth. The felts are 100% non-toxic polyester and are not abrasive unlike nylon felts.
We recommend any tennis ball be used under adult supervision. There is always a chance, with our creative dogs, that a ball is accidentally ingested. While the felt is digestible, the ball itself would be a nasty obstruction.
Most pet toys use low cost, standard pressurized tennis ball "seconds". These balls are usually rejects that tennis ball manufacturers decide are not good enough for tournament play. If not seconds, the balls are usually cheap tennis ball "look alikes" imported from China or Indonesia.