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Unbreakoball, A Tough Ball for Your Dog



Hey neighbors!

OK, Shelties really aren't known for being hard on their toys, but I wanted to try one of these balls from Unbreakoball anyway.  I do have one chewer, but she wouldn't touch it. She doesn't chew toys, she chews books and furniture.  So, I took some pictures of Grace's pups playing with it.  They really had fun chasing it around the kitchen.  Wait until you see the pictures.


Now, the actual purpose of Unbreakoball is for those dogs who really chew or destroy normal balls and toys.  These balls would be great for Bull dogs, Pit Bulls, Dobermans, Shepherd, etc.  Or you might have another breed of dog who would just enjoy the dog ball anyway.

We have the 6 inch Unbreakoball, but it also comes in a 10 inch size.  Ours is orange and has small holes in it to help your pet grip the ball.


From Unbreakoball:
The Unbreakoball dog ball is crafted in the United States from a nontoxic, high-density polyethylene plastic. Designed for the roughest, toughest players, the Unbreakoball will stand up to your dog’s clamping jaws, snapping teeth and pawing claws. The Unbreakoball is available in two sizes.You may be pondering that if the ball is so large, how does the dog pick it up? The Unbreakoball is designed with holes all around the ball. Half of the fun for your dog will be chasing and rolling the ball as he figures out how to position his grasping teeth into the holes to facilitate lifting the ball. Once he succeeds, he will parade victoriously until he drops the ball and gets to engage in the challenge all over again. For added fun, slip a few small treats into the ball through the holes. This creates a rewarding puzzle for him to work through during those hours when you are not available for playtime.


Unbreakoball is guaranteed to stand up to what your pet can dish out.  The ball is dishwasher safe and it floats, so if your dog likes water, they can play with the Unbreakoball there too!  Unbreakoball comes with a 90 day replacement guarantee, if your dog breaks it, they will replace it.  And the price is reasonable too.  The 6 inch is normally $20.99, but is on sale right now for $17.99.  The 10 inch ball is $30.99 and is presently on sale for $28.99.


Unbreakoball is a big promoter of Pit Bulls.  Now before you jump and say how mean they often are, I just want to say that quite a bit of that depends on their owners and how they have been raised.  Yes, I will tell you that I personally hesitate around Pit Bulls, why, because I have seen where people raise them to be aggressive.  We have a neighbor who owns the sweetest Pit Bull mix.  We actually had to build a fence between our yards to stop him from visiting, not because he is aggressive, but because he liked to chew and of course I have my own dogs.


Before you say, "How could puppies really test Unbreakoball?", I need to tell you that I took an aluminum bat to our Ubreakoball.  It is still in one piece.

Be sure to enter this giveaway, as Unbreakoball has agreed to send one of our readers their own Unbreakoball.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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Comments

Darlene said…
i also like the Barkworthies 12" Twisted Bully Stick Dog Chew
pmj said…
I like the we are lovers not fighters t-shirt.

The puppies are adorable!
Kayla said…
The Wacky Worm Dog Toy!
justicecw said…
My Max would love the bully sticks!
justicecw at hotmail.com
molly pitcher said…
My pooches would love to play with the Orbee Tuff Mazee Treat Ball by Planet Dog
jill24295 said…
I know my pups would love the Barkworthies Smokey Shin Bone.
Rusthawk said…
Double Tug Dog Toy by Katie's Bumpers
Shelley P said…
I like the Orbee Tuff Glow and Orange Ball.
Kimberly said…
I think my dog would like the Spring Chicken Dog Toy.
Shelly Leatham said…
I also like the Orbee Tuff Mazee Treat Ball by Planet Dog
Coolestmommy said…
While I think the Unbreakoball would be my dogs favorite, they would also like Planet Dog's Wood Chuck with RecycleBall.
Marti Tabora said…
I really like the Orbee Tuff Mazee Treat Ball. I think it would keep my dog busy for a while.
Unknown said…
My yellow lab would love this ball. He loves to chew and play in water so this would be perfect for him.
nicolesender said…
I like the Orbee Tuff Glow and Orange Ball!
Em Mahr said…
I like the Tux Dog Toy by Westpawdesign - my dog destroys all his toys, it would be great to see if these can withstand his extreme chewing.

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