Footballs

Discussion in 'Products and supplies for puppies' started by suze12, Nov 1, 2014.

  1. suze12

    suze12 Registered Users

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    Would like to get Milo a football.Any suggestions as to the best place/recommended products? We had one years ago for our cocker which had rope either side for the dog to tug on. Milo is quite rough with some toys so need it to be robust! Thanks.
     
  2. skooch

    skooch Registered Users

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    Re: Footballs

    I've not tried ones with rope or handles just standard balls. Smaller size have a jolly ball that's survived but not soft to kick & an Ancol Spiky ball that Kenzi likes as it's quite bouncy.

    A standard Full sized football was destroyed quite quickly, ripping of cover & busting it. For pure toughness the One World Futbol is great, it's not the softest to kick but it's fairly indestructible(field tested by a lion), mines still going strong with just a few teeth marks. However it's not cheap, think it was about £40 because when you buy one they donate one to a charity that helps develop youth through football in areas where a footballs need to be indestructible.
     
  3. Naya

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    Re: Footballs

    We brought a £5 leather football from Sports direct a year ago. Harley has become big chewer in the last few months and has chewed some leather off, but it's still going strong. Don't inflate it 100% as it is more likely to be punctured and they can't pick it up :)
     

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