They don't hold up to aggressive chewing, but for the price, I can't complain
Tennis balls are great
from South of Boston, Ma.03/28/2012
Most important they are "Baxter" tested and approved!
Baxter is a 3yr. old golden who has ripped a few tennis balls to shreds.
So far so good.
Not for Aggressive Chewers
from North Carolina12/26/2012
My lab is a chewer. The first thing she did was start destroying the felt cover. I took the ball away. She loved the ball. Just not appropriate for her.
the balls don't bounce or float...they're practically worthless.
My dogs love these. They can't chew through them and they last longer.
Not too bad
from Key West, Florida05/12/2013
This is definitely a great deal! At first my 3 dogs wouldn't play with Ballistic Dog Dental Balls, but after about a week or so they absolutely love them. Even my oldest dog that doesn't like playing with tennis balls picked it up and started playing again! I recommend this product and will be purchasing it again in the future.
Hard like aPolo Ball
These were the hardest tennis balls I have ever had. They reminded me of my old polo balls. If you want your dog to chip a tooth these are great if not.- Don't buy these. Also I had a lot of problems with my order and the delays they had will not be using this vendor again.
from Orange county, Ca12/10/2011
The weight and size of each ball was not what I would recommend for either small or medium size dogs.
Mixed Feelings Yes/No/All Depends...
by Sadie's Biggest Fan10/22/2012
Would be great for ball 'chasers', not jumpers (fliers) who like to retrieve out of the air as is the dog specifically for whom they were purchased. There's virtually no bounce to these; had to return. :-(
Good product but ...
Not made in the USA like I thought. Made in China and I try to avoid that since they have lesser standards for manufacturing. So for that reason I would not purchase again. I'll look for a product made in the USA!
bought these for my sister's lab who can destroy a tennis ball by 'popping' within 5 minutes. These are lasting several weeks/month & even then she doesn't pop, just pulls the cover off.
I'll keep looking for toys for Chewers
It took my 1 year old Welsh Terrier about 10 minutes to chew one of these balls to pieces!!
from Roseville, Mi.03/13/2013
I returned these balls because they were too heavy and could cause my dog to possibly break a tooth if she caught it in the air.