Self-Playing Rubber Ball Toy
Returned home to find your sofa chewed up?
Next time you’re gone give your pooch something more appropriate to chew on with The Self-Playing Rubber Ball Toy.
The toy’s suction cup firmly secures the ball in place and can easily resist even the strongest chewing, pulling, and biting. Chewing on the ball relieves stress, and reduces destructive behaviors while cleaning and strengthening the dog’s teeth.
Suitable for small-medium dogs, and made from non-toxic, BPA free, and durable materials.
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1. Secure the toy in place by pushing the suction cup against a strong flat surface
2. Let your dog occupy himself by pulling, chewing, and biting the ball
3. If your dog eventually frees the ball, feel free to allow him to continue playing
* You can familiarize your dog with the toy, by playing interactive games like fetch and tug before leaving him to play with it on his own
- The strong suction cup firmly secures the toy on any flat surface and allows dogs to occupy themselves for long periods of time.
- Reduces destructive behaviors and symptoms of separation anxiety.
- Biting and chewing are natural behaviors that relieve stress.
- Strengthens and cleans the dog’s teeth.
- Encourages the dog to exercise.
- Made from food-grade non-toxic materials.
– Height: 4″/10cm, width: 8″/20cm, length: 11.5″/29cm, weight: 8.5oz/245g
– Color: blue/light blue/red
– Materials: silicone and PP
Orders are processed within 12-24 hours, after which a shipment confirmation email will be sent, along with a tracking number.
Go Animals proudly offers standard fast 1-4 day shipping to any destination within the U.S, and 8-18 day shipping for international orders. Orders placed on Fridays after 1:00 PM will be processed and dispatched on the following Monday.
Payment for orders that fail to arrive within 12 business days will be fully refunded, excluding shipping fees. Go Animals will cover any damage that occurs during shipping, within 60 days from the date of receipt.
As a company committed to its customer’s satisfaction, Go Animals want you to LOVE your new pet products. If you are not fully satisfied with our product, let us know, and we will make our best efforts to resolve any issue. Go Animals will gladly return, exchange, or cancel a purchase, and offer you store credit, a replacement item, or a refund (excluding the shipping fees).
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Questions and Answers
Can it be used for puppies?
The ball is too large to fit in puppies’ mouth and is more suitable for medium-large dogs.Read More
What is it made of?
The toy is made from non-toxic food-grade silicone.Read More
I bought this to occupy my dog while I'm away from home, but he's not interested in it. How can I get him to play with it?
Try familiarizing your dog with the toy first. You can do this by playing fetch or tug of war, before leaving him to play with it alone. If that doesn't work, you can also try spreading peanut butter on the ball to make it more appealing to the dog.Read More
I have a strong dog, how can I know if he's not too big to play with this?
The ball is suitable for all dogs under 40lbs / 18kg.Read More
How does it help ease signs of separation anxiety?
First of all, playing with the ball distracts dogs from their owner’s departure. Secondly, chewing is a natural behavior that helps dogs calm themselves down, which is why dogs with separation anxiety often chew on their owner’s belongings. Chewing on the ball helps dogs channel their destructive behavior to one that calms them down, without damaging anything.Read More
My dog managed to get the toy loose, is it dangerous?
No. There's no danger in playing with the toy after it got loose, just make sure that your dog isn't chewing the suction cup.Read More
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