Is your dog yet to meet a toy he or she couldn’t destroy immediately? The Chuckit! Ultra Rubber Ball Tough Dog Toy’s durable rubber will keep your dog safely entertained for hours, while its toughness puts your mind at ease. Power-chewer pups may have finally met their match in the Chuckit! Ball, which pet owners describe as nearly “indestructible.”
The Chuckit! Ball’s bouncy, buoyant design makes a perfect pick for a game of fetch on water or land, and the sold-separately launcher means you can throw that slobbery ball without touching! Whether your pet is the “fetch and retrieve” type, or the “fetch and—nope, never gonna bring it back” type, the Chuckit! Ball’s flexible yet strong material can withstand the wear and tear of your pup’s powerful jaws without damaging his or her teeth.
The ball is sold in a two-pack and comes in a variety of sizes (i.e., small, medium, large, and extra-large) and durability options (i.e., lightweight, moderate, and durable). Choose the right fit for your dog based on their size and chewing capabilities—we recommend the “durable” option, which is by far the most durable if your dog is a chewer. While you should always supervise your dog with toys to ensure no small parts are swallowed, the Chuckit! Ball won’t crumble into pieces, thanks to its thick, rubber core.
*Note, the Chuckit! Ultra Rubber Ball Tough Dog Toy is recommended for adult dogs.
Unlike tennis balls and other felt toys that get tossed in the trash after too much rolling in the mud, the Chuckit! Ball’s natural rubber can easily be wiped down and hand-washed, removing grime buildup and preventing bacteria growth. The Chuckit! Ball’s coating is BPA and scent-free, too, so you know your dog isn’t ingesting harmful chemicals.
Chuckit! was established in Seattle, Washington, and has been shaping the game of fetch for 20 years with fun, functional, innovative, high-quality, interactive dog toys.
Highlights from five-star reviews include the following:
- “My dog loves to tear stuff apart if she can, like pulling all the hairs off of a normal tennis ball, and leaving them around the house. This ball has held up and is still in good shape, despite her best efforts to destroy it!”
- “(The) first ball my German Shepherd has not been able to split in half!”
Information as of 6/30/22