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Dog Balls | Tennis & Toy Balls for Dogs | Petco
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This device stands more than 12 inches tall and it can shoot balls up to 40 feet, one of the longest distances offered by any automatic ball thrower for dogs. It also uses a rechargeable battery which comes with the machine. That’s great because you won’t have to invest in new batteries all the time!
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One of our most popular dog toy ball products is the . This puncture-resistant ball is made of natural rubber and is considered one of the most durable balls on the market. With specific sizes for small dogs and large dogs alike, you can find the perfect fit for your dog. The great bouncing ability of this Kong Ball will keep your dog both entertained and properly exercised. Shop Petco for dog balls, including tennis balls & other toy balls for dogs, ideal for playing fetch. Keep your pup happy & healthy with a daily dose of fun.
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Animal Sounds X-Tire Balls™Come in two sizes with an upgraded Animal Sounds Babble Ball inside. Every ball makes more than 20 realistic animal sounds, including a lion, frog, coyote, dog, pigs, horse, rooster, elephant, cow, goat, cat, and a variety of birds. Sounds are activated by touch, and turn off automatically. This is the ultimate in pet entertainment. Dogs can’t get enough of this toy! Our updated design also includes replaceable batteries. Available in 5″ and 31/2″ sizes. Hear the Animal Sounds Babble Ball!Why do dogs like tennis balls? Raise your hand if you have a dog who loves to chase tennis balls and would do anything for a game a fetch. Even dogs who do not like to play fetch will find tennis balls intriguing enough to chase around and play with, but unlike dogs who love to fetch, they’ll rather keep the tennis ball for themselves. So why do dogs like tennis balls so much? Turns out, dogs see balls differently from the way we see them, and the instinct to chase them dates back to ancient times, long before being fed in shiny bowls and given fluffy dog beds.Go Dog Go G4 & JUNIOR Fetch Machine - The World’s Original Automatic Ball Launcher for Dogs. GoDogGo is the World’s First Fetch Machine & Original, Award-Winning Automatic Dog Ball Thrower. Designed specifically for dogs to allow for various forms of independent fetch or owner-controlled play with remote when desired. On demand Fetch Machine works with various balls sizes, styles & brands of dog fetch balls.Don’t Play Fetch With These Objects
The choking cases that have come through my emergency practice are dogs that have either small, hard plastic balls or dense rubber SuperBall-type balls lodged in their throats. These balls cannot be compressed like a tennis ball, making them more likely to get stuck. For that reason, I absolutely discourage the use of those balls.

I would also not recommend using sticks. Sticks can puncture the esophagus or the mouth. Bits of wood from the stick can also be swallowed and cause a foreign body obstruction. Here are the most important basic safety rules for ball play: