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KONG Air Dog Squeakair Birthday Balls Dog Toy, Medium, Colors Vary (3 Balls)
- Perfect for games of fetch
- Squeaker to induce play
- Non-abrasive tennis material will not wear down your dog's teeth
- Available in one size: M
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The KONG Birthday Squeakair Ball combines two classic dog toys - the tennis ball and the squeaker toy - to create the perfect fetch toy. Our durable, high-quality Squeakair tennis ball will not wear down your dog's teeth. It's made with a special non-abrasive felt, compared to the abrasive material on normal tennis balls.
Size: Pack of 3
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I opened my Amazon box then I went outside to hang out a load of wash, when I came back the balls were gone from the box. Lol, the dogs found them and opened up the pouch and began playing with them :o They didn't touch anything else in the box only the balls ;) Pix of 2 balls and the wrapper they came in below.
No I would NOT recommend these to others, they are short lived as they do not last long :(
These balls are cheap, so I added the dog leash and they are only around $20 to get 2-day shipping. This dog leash has a beautiful box as a gif box which makes it look like it a $100 dog gift (you can find here: ( Strong Dog Leashes For Large Dogs | Comfortable Walks ~ Padded Handle To Hold Strong Dogs | Reflective Material for Safer Walks | for Medium & Large Dogs | 6 feet x 1 inch ). The quality is also amazing and we can only find this kind of quality at Petsmart for 30 dollars or so. Best finding for birthday gift ever.
Update (Feb 2018): My boy still loves and plays with these. They have held up well against the jaws that will destroy any and everything as well as being neglected outside for long periods of time. I'll purchase these again in the future.
I took these out of the package and squeaked one, and she came running across our apartment looking for the source. I squeaked it a bunch more and she got super excited, and we ended up playing fetch in the apartment for awhile. Turns out she knew how to fetch all along! It was extremely exciting for us, and we are pumped to have a ball she actually likes. She still goes from excited to indifferent, but I honestly think the only thing that keeps her in it at all is the squeaky aspect. For this price, it's a no brainer!
They last a long time and have never had one 'destroyed' by the pups.
Durable, long-lasting and a favorite for playing 'fetch or catch".
Delivered in two days with Prime and in a remote location (40 minutes to a store) it doesn't get any better than that for me.
Most highly recommended.
Once they get moist from the dogs' saliva, the squeaker stops working. After a 2-3 days (40-60min of fetch) the felt starts to come unglued from the rubber ball. Soon after, the felt comes completely off, and you're left with a gross, sticky, naked rubber ball with glue and bits of felt stuck to it. Ew. Sometimes, even before the felt falls apart, the rubber ball itself splits in half (still inside the felt), rendering the ball squeakless, bounceless, and therefore useless.
Again, my dogs love them, but they don't last very long. And that's with no chewing or unsupervised play.
I want to address the issue in other reviews about the fuzz and the squeaker. Viggo has a soft mouth, like a lot of water-dogs, and he has not routinely destroyed any toys. When he was still a puppy (he is almost 4 years old now) those little needle-teeth DID make for some damage, but he was never bent on destruction.
HOWEVER. People who have those teeny Yorkies and Chihuahuas and almost any toy-sized dog need to realize two things: they ALWAYS have teeny sharp teeth, and they tend to be, um, slightly more protective, aggressive and destructive. Something to do with having no respect for size - any snarling, panting, pulling dog we encounter on our daily walk is almost always some little munchkin of oh, five pounds or so. I suspect it's because they have no real rules or correction since they are perpetually adorable babies...
ANYWAY. Please don't flame out on this review; I'm just speaking from experience. Of course there are exceptions, but them little teeth and peppery tempers will definitely make short work of LOTS of toys, not just squeaky tennis balls.
Viggo still has a Kong Bowling Pin squeaker we got when he was 11 weeks old. Tattered, but not mauled ☺