Has a bright orange color, so it's easy to spot. Offers plenty of bounce, so it's fun for the dog to chase. Ball will float in water. Easy to clean rubber surface. Reasonable price point for pair of balls. Works with Chuckit ball launcher.
Pieces may break off the ball if the dog chews on it repeatedly.
Soft and flexible material will work for most dogs. Has a bacon scent dogs love. Round shape makes it easy to throw and fetch. Ridges on the ball cause it to bounce in crazy directions, which keeps the dog on its toes. Low price.
Some dogs won't like the smell. Dogs with sharp teeth may tear the latex.
No batteries are used with the ball, as it charges naturally when placed under any type of bright light. Durable rubber material. Will work with Chuckit launchers. Only needs about 5 minutes under the light to begin glowing.
Glow only lasts for 20 to 30 minutes. Chewing dogs may break off pieces.
Has a pair of handles to make it easier for the pet owner and dog to grab and throw during fetch. Consists of tough materials, so it stands up nicely to rough play. With extra pieces inside, it will grab and keep the dog's attention.
Expensive compared to other fetch toys.
Consists of an extremely durable rubber that's made to last. Flying disc shape will maintain an accurate flight path, even for novices. Rubber disc will be softer for the dog to catch than a hard plastic disc. Offered in two different shapes.
Not made to be used as a chew toy for the dog, as the rubber may break.
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Fetch toys for dogs are a fun, easy way to exercise your pet. Just throw the toy, and the dog will retrieve it and bring it back to you. Fetch toys will consist of multiple shapes or materials. Round rubber balls are common for games of fetch. But flying discs or knotted ropes work nicely, too. As long as the dog likes the toy, almost any kind will work. Toys made for playing fetch, however, won’t always stand up to chewing or rough games of tug. Keep in mind that some breeds simply will not fetch toys, so this type of exercise won’t work with every dog.