Company Of Animals Boomer Ball Dog Toy - Red
The Boomer Ball an ultra hard wearing dog toy, designed for those larger-than-life characters who love to chase and conquer. This incredibly tough, virtually indestructible ball is made from polyethylene and means that most dogs can't puncture or rip the Boomer Ball. This durable dog toy promotes healthy, active play, which is key to having a well exercised and stimulated dog.
The ball is designed not to be picked up by your dog and so should be a size bigger than your dog can carry. It can also be as a therapeutic toy to enrich the environment of elephants, pigs, polar bears or any other bored, inquisitive animal.
- Super durable and hard wearing dog toy
- Virtually indestructible
- Stands up to the most rambunctious play styles
- Great for dogs who love to push or chase balls
- Ideal for play outdoors
- Easy to Clean
- Easy to Use
Caution: Please do not leave unsupervised with your pet. Proper supervision is advised when playing with all toys to ensure no accidental swallowing. This toy should be regularly inspected to ensure there is no damage. If any damage is seen the toy should then be discarded.
|4"||Bichon Frise, Jack Russell|
Border Collie, Visla
|8"||Bernese MD, Labrador|
|10"||Bull Mastiff, Rottweiler|
Rough playing dogs who typically destroy other toys, and dogs who love to chase balls.
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Great toyI was looking for a football not quite want we wanted
boomerballsexcellent for my bulldogs keeps them fit and price good .and came on time .as always
Not GoodThe idea of this ball is good but! Due to it being solid plastic once the dog started to score the surface of the ball it left very sharp shards of plastic hanging from the ball, this then started to cut the dogs face Bradley! We through a Â£27 with postage ball in the bin after 3 days!!!!
Great ball for entertainmentMy Labrador loves this ball. Keeps him entertained for ages without the need of another. Buy a size bigger so they canâ€™t get it in their mouth.
A Toy with a DifferencePurchased for an 18 month old Golden Retriever, she who initially spent a lot of time simply marking at it once she found she couldn't pick it up in her teeth (it has a hard surface). She had to learn new skills to control it with her nose and front paws and now enjoys it although she does really need someone to play with her with it (gently kicking it and dribbling it in competition with her) to get the most out of it.