Getting a ball specifically for playing fetch is safer and more gentle on your dog's teeth. Dog balls can survive constant slobber and chewing and also help activate your dog's hunting and instinct. They are lightweight for easy long-distance throwing and come in many designs to suit different types and sizes of dogs. Without further hesitation, here are some of our favourite dog balls.
These dog balls have high buoyancy, making them perfect for water and are available in many sizes. They remain in pristine condition after countless uses and resist messes and stains.
These dog balls feature bright colours for easy visibility and have extra-thick rubber cores to survive your dog’s sharp teeth. They bounce high into the air and are easy to throw long distances to give your dog a great workout. These dog balls have smooth surfaces that are easy to wash off and are ideal for all dog breeds.
These dog balls have bright yellow colours, making them easier to find in wide open spaces. They remain intact after constant chewing and are the perfect size to fit comfortably in your dog’s mouth.
These dog balls come in a set of 12 and are great for teaching your dog how to fetch or getting them to exercise. They have durable rubber constructions that are completely safe for your dogs to chew on and are suitable for dogs of all sizes. These dog balls also make greater rewards for obedience training.
This dog ball is suitable for hyperactive pets and cannot fit your dog’s mouth to prevent them from picking it up. It is perfect for outdoor play and lightweight for portability.
This dog ball is available in four different sizes and has a premium-quality polyethene construction that is difficult to puncture. It has bright blue colours for high visibility in grass or low light areas and is ideal for keeping your dogs active for many hours. This dog ball is waterproof and has a smooth surface for easy cleaning.
These dog balls are easy to clean and ideal to use in water. They are available in many vibrant colours and can withstand chewing from the most destructive dogs.
These dog balls come in a set of three and feature bright assorted colours. They have adorable bone and paw print patterns with superior-quality natural rubber constructions. These dog balls are the size of tennis balls and are suitable for small and medium-sized dogs. They are BPA-free and non-toxic, completely safe for your dog to chew.
These dog balls come in a set of three and have smooth surfaces that are easy to clean. They contain no harmful materials and are suitable for various dog breeds.
These dog balls are waterproof, making them suitable for the pool or beach and have superior-quality natural rubber constructions for lasting performance. They are easy to throw and have incredible bounce. These dog balls are perfect for playing fetch, chewing, and keeping your dogs healthy and active.
Dog balls encourage your dog to practise their natural chewing and chasing instincts. They also provide ample opportunities to play and bond with your pet. Dog balls vary by dog breed, size and personal preferences.
A: All active puppies and dogs can benefit from a daily walk. The movement is a great cardio workout and keeps joints limber. It is best to walk a dog on a leash with a harness. Walk a dog in quiet areas away from heavy traffic. Dogs' acute hearing makes them vulnerable in noisy situations. Make it a part of their routine to maintain overall health. Play tug-of-war with rope toys. The chewing and pulling are mentally stimulating. Try a traditional game of fetch with a ball or frisbee. Vary your throw distance each time to keep it interesting. Engage in these games daily if possible. Finally, brush your dog regularly. They will enjoy the attention, and it helps keep their coat clean.
A: Most groomers suggest bathing a dog every four weeks. Doing this helps remove dirt build-up on skin and fur. Some dogs may have special shampoo needs based on fur length or thickness. Thicker-haired dogs can benefit from regular brushing to remove debris. Groomers recommend brushing thick-coated indoor dogs up to twice a week. If your pets roam outdoors, three times a week is sufficient. Bathe your dog with an appropriate dog shampoo. Do not use regular shampoos, household cleaners or dish soap. Dog shampoo's formula cleans without removing the skin's protective oil barrier. Never use adult dog shampoo on puppies. Most vets suggest reserving flea and tick shampoos for puppies over eight weeks. Always bathe your dog in warm water and use treats to enhance bath times.