Kong Air Dog Squeaker Tennis Balls Large 2pk

January 27, 2014 - Comment

If your dog loves chasing tennis balls and then the Kong Squeaky Tennis Balls are the ball for you!Features:-Available in four different sizesXS-M supplied in pack of threeL in pack of twoSqueaker inside! Product Features Fun playing fetch toy Squeaker units are hidden and covered by the tennis ball fabric creating a clean, finished look 100% tennis toys Perfect for fetch and interaction with your dog Nontoxic

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If your dog loves chasing tennis balls and then the Kong Squeaky Tennis Balls are the ball for you!Features:-Available in four different sizesXS-M supplied in pack of threeL in pack of twoSqueaker inside!

Product Features

  • Fun playing fetch toy
  • Squeaker units are hidden and covered by the tennis ball fabric creating a clean, finished look
  • 100% tennis toys
  • Perfect for fetch and interaction with your dog
  • Nontoxic

Comments

MISS. A. Hood says:

Air Kong Squeaker Tennis Ball 0

T. A. Natt ""Natters"" says:

Balls of fun. 0

A. Aston "Reticent reviewer" says:

Hours and hours of (very noisy) entertainment- Priceless! My dog LOVES her squeaker tennis balls. She literally spends hours trotting back & forth carrying them through the house, squeaking frantically as she goes. She is so obsessed with them, she retrieves them from my toy store & sleeps with them all in her bed! I have a young staffordshire bull terrier & was initially really dubious about how they would stand up to her strong jaws. Well, I have been amazed at how tough they are. It’s been 6 weeks now & they are all still in tact.The 1st one I gave her quickly had the fur (?) which covered the squeaker stripped away, HOWEVER, I think this is more about supervising your dog & training her to use the balls correctly (they are not designed to be used as chew toys). When I spotted her attempting to remove the tip of the squeaker with her teeth. I stopped her immediately with a loud “Uh-uh, NO!” and she went back to squeaking it (which I praised enthusiastically). When she tried to take the squeaker out a second time, I…

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