Kong Air Squeakair Ball, Medium, Pack of 3

January 28, 2014 - Comment

With the Kong Air Squeaker Tennis Balls, your dog can have some added fun with the usual tennis ball action and shape, with the added squeaker for some interactive noise to keep them busy playing for hours. 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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With the Kong Air Squeaker Tennis Balls, your dog can have some added fun with the usual tennis ball action and shape, with the added squeaker for some interactive noise to keep them busy playing for hours.

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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