The Chuckit! Ultra Ball is a very bouncy ball filled with air. It has a tiny hole in it so that the ball can be chewed and compressed by your dog's jaws but re-inflates immediately.
It is made from natural rubber. It floats, bounces, and goes a long distance when thrown. Especially with a Chuckit! Ball Launcher.
Available in S, M (tennis ball size), L, and XL. The Medium size is the same size as a tennis ball, so please be careful when ordering.
Chihuahua, Dachshund, Pug
Pocket, Pro 18, Pro 25
Jack Russell, Spaniel, Collie, Labrador
Labrador, Akita, Boxer, German Shepherd
G Dane, St Bernard, Mastiff, Newfoundland
All of the above!
You should know your dog and choose the appropriate size and type of toy to prevent choking or other harm. Inspect ball and launcher regularly; if ball or launcher is damaged or if parts become separated, remove toy and parts as injury may result.
I have 3 dogs, and we can keep these balls forever! One loves to fetch for the joy of it and these are the only balls she wants to play with. You can give her a tennis ball and she will search for her Chuckit ball instead!
They also float so they can swim to fetch as well - my fetcher prefers this ball to other swim toys as well. I also have one who's a big chewer - can chew through bones/toys like you wouldn't believe!
He will get these and just chew away at the back of his jaws and he has NEVER popped or destroyed one!
The only time I have to replace one is because they have gotten lost - I think they have even been run over with the lawn mower and survived!
They cost a little more initially but are well worth not having to replace destroyed tennis balls all the time!
They don’t last forever, but close to it. These balls are fun for the dog and for the person. It seems that people only have good things to say about them. One thing is for sure, they don’t disintegrate within five minutes like a tennis ball.
They are more expensive than many balls but they last for a long time. Has your Labrador retriever ever barfed up a green tennis ball? ‘Nuff said! Plus the throwing thing is really great if you’re lazy or joint-compromised.
Though somebody will have to go get the ball and bring it back if your dog doesn’t. But the usually do, don’t they? Click on the button below to learn more about the ChuckIt Ultra Ball.