Kong Extreme Ball in Black
Give your dog a ball that will last with the Kong Extreme Ball in black, designed especially for fetching games.
How it works
Every dog loves a good game of fetch, whether you're in the garden or out in the fields. The problem is that balls can quickly get destroyed or damaged after just a just few turns. This Extreme Ball is the strongest ball available for dogs.
It's made from ultra-durable rubber that can handle even the most determined chewer. There are two sizes available, so all breeds can enjoy playing too. The smaller size weighs 35 pounds and is ideal for dogs up to 16 kilograms. The larger size balls weigh up to 60 pounds and is better suited to larger dogs with a weight of up to 30 kilograms.
- highly durable rubber construction
- toughest ball for dogs available
- ideal for games of fetch
- perfect for chewing
- two sizes for small and medium/large breeds
When to use it
Your dog loves a good chew and play session, but they can easily ruin their toys quickly – especially if they get very excited, or are a larger breed with powerful jaws. Balls in particular are notorious for getting eating or destroyed after a few games of fetch, so this Kong toy is a great way to save yourself some money while making sure your pet always has a ball for their walks.
Exercise and playtime isn't just fun for your dog, it helps to keep them mentally and physically stimulated too, which is important for their overall health. If they seem less keen to play or are more lethargic than usual, make sure to have a chat with your vet to rule out any medical concerns.
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Brilliant ballBought this for my elderly Staffie who absolutely loves his ball. As he has such a powerful bite he needs something hard enough to withstand this but one that he can get purchase on.This is perfect.
Great for strong chewersIâ€™m extremely happy with this product, my dog has chewed and pulled other balls to pieces. He chews this all the time and there isnâ€™t a tooth mark in it
Smaller than describefdDescription says 7", the ball is just over 4", far too small for my 27kg Springer to play with. Very disappointed.
Great itemmy 12 year old parson's Jack Russell has a mean streak in him when it comes to balls. Tennis balls last 6 minutes before they are skinned and broken in 2. He has had a kong for 6 years but when that is thrown it can end up anywhere. So the ball is ideal its his new go to toy and not even a tooth mark in it. One happy boy
Great for my 9 month old springerThese are the only make of toys that she can chew up