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Rated 1 out of 5 by GSD4Life Wasted Money
Bought several of this item for my then 7 month old GSD. Within minutes the item was punctured and falling apart. The material is not made to withstand the bite of a GSD. Regular tennis balls or weighted baseballs are your best bet if your looking for a great item for your furbaby.
April 6, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by LilithCaptor Lame
My dogs always loved the classical tennis balls, so when I saw those I thought "Well, they are cheap enough and a great way to show my love to this store!" And bought five of them. I got home excited to play with my dogs, and let me tell you: disaster. My pitbulls, samoyed and akita dug holes in them but the golden retriver dilacerated them! I let them play with a ball for ten minutes and I came back for straps. I thought that maybe it would work for my teeny tiny dogs. I was wrong. A pomeranian and an affenpinscher got a new ball, and the holes were everywhere. I'll just stick to regular tennis balls.
April 23, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by HarveysMom Regular tennis balls are way better
They really don't bounce as good as a regular tennis ball and the dogs easily chew and tare them up in the little pieces. None of my dogs have ever torn up a normal yellow tennis ball.
December 21, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Chester3 I do not recommend.
Picked up a couple of these balls for our vizsla. After a half dozen throws and some light chewing the first ball was completely destroyed. The two rubber halves were broken apart and I took it away so she wouldn't eat the parts. The ball lasted less than 5 minutes, what a disappointment :(
August 12, 2014