$1.00 to $2.00
Black with yellow paws and blue dots.
Made in China
Never leave a pet unattended with any treat or toy!
"Does not Giggle"
We both like and do not like these balls. They are indeed extremely durable and our dogs enjoy chasing them. They really go nuts when we make the balls giggle, but in order to do that, we have to shake them as hard as we possibly can for each single giggle. The ad stated the balls giggle anytime they move. This is absolutely not true. It takes a lot of hard, rapid shaking to get them to make a sound.
An indestructible, all-consuming, non-tiring, entertaining toy for my dog! Bravo to its manufacturer!
"Love this toy "
Bought two of these balls for our boxers. They loved it so much that I bought another one as gift. Yes on one of the balls the sound no longer works but the second ball works great.
This is a terrible toy. My dogs are aggressive chewers so their gums are tough and I have blood everywhere from them chewing on this. I bought two...will never give them or any other dog the 2nd one! I wish there was a ZERO for rating!!!
"Waste of money"
I purchased the largest giggle ball for a blind foster husky. My thoughts were that he could use his hearing and his nose to be able to play. On the second day if it being played with the sound no longer worked. You also need to be careful on the size of treats you put inside them. Treats a little smaller than the size of the hole are extremely difficult for even a human to get out.
"Great treat ball for the money"
I bought the smallest for my dachshud puppy and he loves it. He prefers this toy over his puppy kong which cost 4 times as much. Ive ordered the larger ones for my other dogs and puppy when he gets bigger. I was very pleased with it's quality especially condidering the cost of it. Can't beat 2 dollars for 3 treat balls.
"JRTs and their giggle ballbl"
We have bought the giggle ball for our 2 Jack Russells and as gifts for our friend,s dogs.They love to roll them around filled with Cheerios. We pick them up after the treats are gone.
"I love this ball, have a dachshund and she loves it too!! Got her a bigger one so it would not roll under furniture. When I leave I put a few treats in it and she doesn't even notice me walk out the door, she is too busy with the ball. She has learned it so well that when I am getting dressed to leave she goes to her ""treat ball"". She is not a chewer as I have seen in other reviews so I don't know about that part."
"great treat ball "
I think this is a great toy. I have a pit bull and when gave him the ball (with treats in it) the first time he had such a good time he wouldn't eat out of his bowl for a day just his ball. I love the noise it makes I would recommend this toy. And if your dog likes to chew things up don't leave it out all the time so they can chew it .
"No match for JRT"
Toy lasted maybe 30 minutes with JRT and she started getting pieces broken off so I took it away. Not recommended for any dog except perhaps a toothless one as the ability to break pieces off creates a choking hazard. Bad purchase at any price!
I just went back to read these reviews. I guess it was the one the said DURABLE. My dog chewed it up in less than 30 minutes and like the other review said, it broke into little sharp pieces. VERY bad and Dangerous product.
"Best treat ball I've found"
I have had this treat ball in the color orange for over 5 years and it is still to this day the favorite toy Jaycey has. Before I leave for work every day Jaycey gets his ball, drops it at my feet and patiently waits for me to get my hair done then I give him treats in his ball while he plays with it and I go to work :)
"Great for puppies"
My Aussie pups at 6 weeks start playing with this ball. By the time they are 10 weeks, they come running when they hears the giggle! They love this ball. I have given them when one of my pups are bought. The Price is right and the new family love them. I have never had a problem with them breaking.
For a 'cheap' little giggle ball toy that spills out random treats, we didn't expect this toy to last very long with our toy-destroying Rottweiler 'Pup'. (18 months old, 110 lbs) Boy have we been surprised! She plays with it daily, rolling it with paws and mouth, but she doesn't chew it up. She 'mouths' it for the texture and the feel of it, and she stomps and throws it around to get the treats. Now, she doesn't /chew/ on it, but that's actually a good thing, since she can chew the ends off a Cow Femur in a few hours. I'm VERY pleased with this toy! We use it only under supervision, since it's not intended to hold up under chewing pressure, but she finds it plenty facinating without chewing on it! Yay for great toys!
This toy was so much fun for my foster pitbull puppy for about a half hour. He then chewed it up into a million pieces but was of course being supervised. Dogs should be under close supervision with any toy (or treat) especially if you know they're a toy killer. I plan on buying another one for my older pitbulls that no longer destroy their toys. Plus Jeffers has the best prices so I don't mind spending a few dollars replacing a fun toy.