Vermont Fleece Ball
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Sistertex
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Rating: 5

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posted 5 years ago

This is a great toy, is the right size for my hounds mouth. They pick it up and dance all around with it in their mouth. Washes up too, because it is a light color I almost didn't get it, but then decided to anyway. Ours looks like it has been through a war.
But truth be told, it is just well loved.

Pros: Dogs Love It

Cons: Doesn't last long enough

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Sandy  M.
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Rating: 5

Great for dogs that love soft balls

posted 5 years ago

I love these types of balls for my poodle. He can grab and catch them better and they are easier on his teeth and mouth. I'd like to know where I can get another one. Haven't been able to find it.

Pros: good "grabability"

Cons: not so good for dogs that like to chew and demolish soft toys

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