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Boomer Ball Review and Giveaway

Gift Guide Post #31

Good Day Neighbors!

 It is warming up a little bit here!  And things are starting to dry out.  Which is really great, because we are trying to get some privacy fence up in the back, and we are enclosing the front patio in plexi-glass to cut down on wind and eventually snow!  We need a few days of good weather to accomplish this.  Also we need to put down new stone or wood chips in the dog run, so they aren't coming in all muddy.

Speaking of dogs, today I am going to tell you about a new ball we received for our dogs.  Now, I must mention here that 2 of our dogs are from a breed that likes to herd. They are Shelties, or Shetland Sheepdogs. Our other dog is a very high energy Schipperke.  I have never before in my life seen such a little dog jump so high!  If she was a child they would diagnose her with ADHD.  So, I am constantly on the lookout for quality, toys and equipment that put that energy to use.  I found Boomer Ball.  They make balls for dogs and all sorts of animals, including zoo animals.  Now, if zoo animals can play with the balls, surely my dogs can.  I received 3 different sizes to try out. My daughters took Lady Grace out in the yard with the Boomer Ball to see what she would do.  Look at the pictures and the included video clip.  Hit your volume down if barking bothers you!
What is this?
It moved!

Don't touch it!

Let me see!

This is fun!

We also received one of their Bouncy Pals.  Lady Grace really loved this one!  She kept chasing it all over.  Ours looks like a bear, but there are some other choices.  There is a lion, zebra, rabbit, monkey and a couple of others.  Be sure to visit the Boomer Ball website to see what is available.  The Bouncy Pals are $9.63 tax included.  They do carry products for ferrets, chinchillas, guinea pigs, etc.

Bouncy Pals

Having fun!

She was so excited to catch it!


Just had to add a picture of Shadow jumping.  The dog has springs in her legs.

Boomer Ball has several great gift ideas for your pets, and for pet lovers.  Make sure you add your pet to your gift list, and then go visit Boomer Ball and see what you can find.

Now, Boomer Ball is going to send the winner of this giveaway one of their 10" Boomer Balls. 


Darlene said…
This would be for my dogs, they love to play
scottsgal said…
definitely for my springer spaniel - he loves his toys
msboatgal at
Janet W. said…
This would be for my two dogs to play with!!
tannawings said…
This would be for my silly dog Odin :)
Shelly Leatham said…
This would be for our dog!!
Anonymous said…
This would be for my dog
Julie D. said…
This would be for my dog, Cricket.
bettycd said…
This would be for Max a sheltie who owns my heart!
Unknown said…
It would be for my dogs, My collie is named Boomer!
Sara said…
it would be for my dog Raster
Anonymous said…
this is a gift for my dogs :)
karenmed409 said…
Yes, a gift for our black lab
karenmed409 at comcast dot net

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