I only ordered one being sceptical on the quality and the price. My GSD gets through balls (and my throwing) means we need lots. The rubber isn’t as thick as more expensive balls but still quality and a nice length rope to play tug or throw. Playing tug did cause the rope to pull out, but went straight back in and nothing a large knot hasn’t fixed.
Just ordered the three pack
Finally found a toy that my dog does not get bored with!
These rubber balls with throwing handles keep my dog amused for hours. He loves chasing them or having me chase him for them. Also, he has a playmate and they are always playing with this ball. One dog with the ball in his mouth and the other dog the other end with the rope in his mouth as they tug away together.
These balls are amazing and I should know as I've bought loads! I cannot throw most balls very far but these whizz through the air with ease. My three dogs chase these balls daily and two are collie/whippet crosses obsessed with balls. I order them monthly from Zooplus mainly due to the fact that my aim is rubbish and they end up in trees/bushes or in the lake. I used to buy a similar product at over double the price so as I average losing two a week I've made a considerable saving.
Have bought so many of these for my own dog and for presents- the price just now of 3.99 for 3 is just amazing value, so I have bought 15 for forthcoming Dog Show prizes. The only ones that don't stick in trees are the ones where the loops have come apart on the handles ! Dogs still find them fine though !
Nearly every ball I have tried my dog has broken. Hades is a Rotti cross german shepard and can unfortunately break balls by mearly trying to hold the ball in his mouth when retreiving it. This product is durable and flys really far as I'm pretty rubbish at throwing. This is an outside ball as a dog would probably chew through rope if left unsupervised.I have bought loads of these. 3 at a time, due to silly male friends throwing them into trees.
We've tried lots of balls on ropes and this is by far the best. The rubber is strong and you can play tug without fear of being left holding the string while your dog runs away with the ball. If, unlike me, you don't accidentally send them into the top branches of trees, they would probably last for years.