$12.99 to $24.99
Designed for your larger-than-life character who loves to chase and conquer. Made from tough polyethylene means that most dogs can't puncture the ball or rip it to shreds, so it's perfect for ball-obsessed toy destroyers.
Too many toys just can't take the strain like the Boomer Ball which should be used as a pursuit toy for your dog to chase around.
Features & Benefits of the Boomer Ball:
- made from tough polyethylene
- perfect for ball-obsessed toy destroyers
- impact resistant
- ideal therapy for bored animals
- 4" - ( Jack Russells; Westies; Yorkies)
- 6" - (Border Collies; Springers)
- 8" - (Boxer; Doberman; Labrador)
- 10" - (Bull Mastiff; Great Dane; Rottweiler; GSD)
Colors: Assorted Blue or Red
*Note: The ball is designed to NOT to be picked up by your dog, so it should be a size bigger than he/she can carry.Always supervise your pet with any toy or treat. Pets should never be left alone with any toy or treat.
- Type: Interactive Toy
- Color: Assorted
- Size: 4",6",8",10"
- Material: Polyethylene Plastic
- Brand: The Company of Animals
"Large and hard plastic "
The ball I ordered is way too big. Your sizing is very confusing. It is a diameter size. And it is hard plastic so now I have a ball that is way too big for my dog to palt with. :(
i raise belgian shepherd terverens...they are lovely intelligent graceful athletic dogs...i like to feed them best quality food and provide interesting diversions for them. I bought them this 6 inch boomer ball and they all spent 10 seconds examining it, mouthed it twice and then ignored it completely....whole thing a complete total waste of money
"Doberman loves and can't destroy"
At first my 90 pound doberman hated this ball. It is a hard plastic ball and he was more interested in his torn up soccer balls. After I rolled it around a bit he went to try and pick it up but couldn't. He's extremely stubborn and is ball crazy. He destroys every ball we have ever bought him so this one was a great option. With this ball he tires himself out in the yard trying hard to figure out how to get the ball in his mouth. He rolls it, kicks, it and tries to bite it with no luck. This ball is a great option for ball obsessed dogs that are destructive. I would suggest supervising your dog because mine cut up his face trying to roll the ball on the patio concrete. He also sometimes gets agitated by the fact that he can't pick it up and barks loudly at it which causes neighbors to complain. All in all this is a great product.