Fun and bouncy birthday tennis ball dog toy will make any dog's birthday a hit. Constructed from non-abrasive tennis ball fabric that will not wear down dog's teeth. All squeaker units are recessed in rubber and covered with tennis ball fabric for safety. KONG Air Dog Squeakair Birthday Balls will make any dog's birthday a hit. These colorful versions of our popular Medium Air Dog Squeakair Tennis Balls are imprinted with a Happy Birthday" logo and come three to a package. This high floating toy is perfect for all dogs that love to fetch."
My dog loves these! she usually rips tennis balls to pieces but she hasn't even tried to destroy them. I think it's because she likes playing with them and making crazy noises with them so much. She likes to play with all three at the same time and hide them under a blanket. Some people might get annoyed by these, dogs enjoy hearing themselves make noise (mine does at least). These are well worth the price. One thing though, i ordered these from amazon and it took over a month to get them.
By c.hollis on October 6, 2010
I have a 6 pound yorkie who is
hard on her toys, although she hasn't been able to destroy Chuckit! mini
tennis balls, she also doesn't seem too thrilled with them either. Last
week I came across the Kong squeakair tennis ball (mini size) at a
local pet store, she loved it and the squeak was such a funny sound we
tolerated it. After about an hour of fetch she decided to put it out of
it's misery, puncture it and remove the squeak. Luckily I was watching
her at the time (never thinking that she could destroy it) and realized
quickly that she had the squeak in her mouth. Very scared and annoyed
that she could've choked, I was also very disappointed because I
expected better construction from Kong. The squeak is not a bulb that
you would normally see in a toy, this one is smaller and comes to a
point that sticks in the ball and can easily do damage if swallowed. I
imagine if a ball is pliable enough to squeak it, then it will probably
easy enough to destroy as well and remove the squeak which could be
The concept is great but until Kong can figure out a better, safer design, they should definitely take these off of the market. While some dogs may not have a problem with it, there are several dogs that love to chew and destroy their toys and I'm sure the Kong company would feel terrible if someones dog was hurt or worse because of their product.
I'm not a big review writer but I feel it necessary to pass this information on, not to bad mouth the Kong company, because I do like their products but because I am concerned about the safety of the dogs.
By 7ru7h b3 7old on October 15, 2013