Jolly Pets Romp-n-Roll
A ball on a rope toy that can be thrown, kicked, carried and tugged. The rope can be pulled back and forth through the ball, but never will come out. It can float and is made of durable non-toxic materials.
Colors May Vary.
Never leave pet unattended with any treat or toy!
- Type: Balls,Rope
- Feature: Floating
- Size: Small (6"),Large (8")
"Dog loves it"
Loves to carry it by rope an swing it around
My Rottis go crazy over these. Not sure if it is the non-destructible ball or the rope, but they can play for hours by themselves just swinging this back and forth and tossing it around. My furbabies love these. And when the rope wears out, I head to HomeDepot and tie another in. The ball lasts forever. Even if it gets punctured, it still holds it shape. Haven't have one of my Rottis yet that can truly tear it up. And that's saying a lot!!!
Though the ropes are long gone, the Jolly Balls I bought 6 years ago are still around, and still a favorite for my German Shepherds and many foster dogs!
"Best Toy for X Large Breeds"
I bought this toy for my mastiff and it is her favorite toy that she plays with everyday. She loves swinging the ball around. It is very durable and has lasted years. I am ordering another one since the rope finally broke and wore out.
"Great for big dogs"
I was hesitant to purchase the large because our Doberman had never has a ball so big and I wasn't sure he'd play with it. Well we bought it and it is now one of his favorite throw toys. We bring it to the beach where he loves to fetch it out of the water, although some water can get inside the ball. We've had this toy for over 6 months now and the ball has teeth marks all over it but is holding up well. This is one of my all time favorite purchases because he loves it so much and it is easy to toss by the rope handle.
"Excellent for chewers"
I gave a friends pit bull mix this and although she chewed through the rope in about an hour, the ball has held up amazingly well to one heavy duty chewer! I highly recommend this for anyone else having trouble finding tough enough toys for their dogs.