KONG Squeezz Ball Dog Toy
- Easy to squeak; protected recessed squeaker
- Fun, erratic bounce
- Durable, non-toxic material
- All Squeezz products are sold in assorted jewel tones; ruby, sapphire, emerald and amethyst
- Measures approximately 6-Inch in length; suitable for medium breeds
This item is available because of the Add-on program
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KONG Squeezz are the newest and coolest squeaking dog toys on the market. They are available in six fun shapes (ring, dumbbell, football, stick, bone and ball) and four vibrant colors. Each toy has a protected recessed squeaker and is easy to squeak. With each erratic bounce and squeak, your dog is guaranteed hours of fun. Designed for durability; KONG Squeezz toys are great for indoor and outdoor use.
Size: Medium | Item Shape: Dumbbell
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He goes through tennis balls extremely fast chewing off the cover but these should last as long as he remembers where he hides them!!!
Jack is a very atomic-energy dog so a toy like this is perfect to tucker the little guy down for a little while.
I highly recommend the Kong Squeeze Ball and plan on purchasing more while this add-on deal is happening.
I have NO complaints about this at all! My new favorite, and my dogs' new favorite as well! One of my dogs is young and still a heavy chewer. She can get the ends off the stick Squeezz eventually, but so far has not been able to do any damage to this. The ball style Squeezz also work well, but tend to bounce like crazy which is not great in a small room (watch out for it hitting objects) and also tends to roll under things and get lost. This ring style is perfect! The roundness makes it harder for chewers to get a strong enough grip to chew off an end and it still bounces a little but not enough to be quite as destructive. I'm going to have to order a second one so my dogs can quit arguing over who gets this one even though there are 3 other toys nearby!
This was an impulse buy. Just thought I'd try it. It's not as thick as other squeaky kong toys, but due to its cylindrical shape, our heavy-jawed chewer has so far not succeeded in trashing it. So we're hopeful.
Going on about a month now.
So... since my dog is such an aggressive chewer, I have changed a couple of habits in his playtime routine that not only allows him to have his fun, but occasionally gets me involved as well: & ALL dogs LOVE to spend some "fun" time with their owners / family anyway. For my dog's own, personal enjoyment, he gets chew-bones (or similar), to chew on to his heart's content... but these (& other) squeaker toys are reserved for when my dog and I play catch & fetch (or some other game; he REALLY likes "hide & seek" with the squeaker toys, lol). I have tried DOZENS of different types of squeaker toys; some shaped like animals or "pac-man" (lol), & others like this toy (a ball)... all of which either have been punctured & can no longer draw air for the "squeak", or others which have had the squeaker itself punctured &/or damaged. Since this ball is uniquely designed to conceal & protect both the squeaker & method it uses to draw air, it has lasted (so far) longer than any other toy I've bought for my dog.
Bottom line... if "you" (anyone) gives a toy like this to a dog, unsupervised, to chew on to their heart's content, don't be surprised if you walk into the room 5 minutes later to see him / her chewing on the last couple of pieces of what was once a toy, lol. But, if like me, "you" provide your dog with SOME toys (or chew bones) that are specifically made for aggressive chewing, and reserve these types of toys for your own play-time with your dog, I think you'll find that these toys not only last MUCH, much longer, but you might even find a little more enjoyment in the days you choose to play with your "little buddy"!!
**As a last tip, I take these Kong-balls & place them into an old sock, then tie a simple knot around the sock / ball. This accomplishes 2 things: (1) It keeps my hands / fingers from getting drool-logged (lol) from my pooch's slobbering, drooling lake of a mouth (every time I touch the toy)... & (2) It adds a little more "chew protection" around the toy, to possibly prevent it from being ripped or punctured too deeply.** If anyone is interested, I might add some pics later of how I conceal this toy in an old sock... or even of my dog's "very happy" face (lol), after an hour, or so, of play!!