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I need a BALL that cannot be destroyed. A regular, round ball- tennis-ball sized- that cannot be chewed apart. If it floats, that's even better. And if I can buy a ton of them for bulk pricing, that's just a fantasy. If they fit in a chuck-it, I'll pinch myself to make sure I'm not dreaming.

And no, chuck-it balls don't work. My crew eats them.

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Sorry.......I have yet to find a ball that my dogs won't destroy in 2 minutes!!! I'm hoping someone else has though.
 

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Oh, the huck looks good! I doubt it would fit in a chuck-it, but we can't have everything. It floats too!
 

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Jenna are you using the Chuk-it tennis balls or the Chuk-it rubber balls? Caue destroys tennis balls but the orange rubber balls last very well
 

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check out lacrosse(???)balls at the sport store and racquetball ball.They made of tuff rubber.
 

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If you do a search for "solid rubber balls" several options come up (I would add dog to that search also to avoid porn sites from popping up!)
 

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If you do a search for "solid rubber balls" several options come up (I would add dog to that search also to avoid porn sites from popping up!)
Buahahahaha!
 

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I second the lacrosse balls. They are very inexpensive, I think the last one was under $2 and they cannot be destroyed. Ours got a few teeth marks in it, but remained whole. I don't think they float though, b/c they are so heavy, but wonderful for the ball obsessed.

Since Lady passed, Daisy doesn't even care about balls anymore. Finny will play with his jolly ball, but he doesn't chew his toys (rocking chairs, wooden doors, etc yes, but toys no...)
 

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I just bought some Tanzanian Mountain Balls. They don't float though.
My guys love that ball. You can also use some of that Kong stuff that comes in a can like cheese whiz to spray in all the little folds, and that'll keep them busy for awhile!

I second the lacrosse balls. They are very inexpensive, I think the last one was under $2 and they cannot be destroyed. Ours got a few teeth marks in it, but remained whole. I don't think they float though, b/c they are so heavy, but wonderful for the ball obsessed.
Lacrosse balls are good, and they're hard (I've had a few bad throws and hit them accidentally :(). But, they can be destroyed! IF you have 2 dogs who will sit and chew on them forever and ever and ever and ever...after awhile, little craters develop from all the teeth marks, and eventually we had whole pieces of the ball come off. But that was after a very long time and after some serious abuse. We just stumbled across them by accident--my husband started coaching lacrosse last year, and Gus decided to go into his bag and steal one. And then another. And then another...
 

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The orbi-tuff balls are good and they have chew ratings I bought Honey one a year ago 5 chew rating and she still has it and she is one hell of a chewer also they are flavored and float.
 

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