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Bionic Ball Medium Dog Toy

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SKU
I248185
Pet
Dog
Toy Type
Fetch
Life Stage
Adult
Health and Wellbeing
Choose a toy that is a good match for your dogs size. Always keep an eye on your pet when they are playing with toys.
Benefits
Throw the ball against the spine and it bounces normally. When you dog thinks they have got it, throw it against the opening to create and unpredicable bounce. As well as fitting most chucking & throwing toys, you can stuff the centre with yummy treats. Oh and it floats too!
Care instructions
A toy is a great way to enjoy playing with your dog. It helps if you choose a toy that's a good match for your dog's size. Always keep an eye on your dog when they're playing with their toys and always discard any damaged or broken toys. No toy is indestructible.
Dog Toy Type
Chase
Toy Activity
Fetch
Dog Toy Product Size
Medium
Description
The rubber used in all Bionic Dog Toys is a revoluntionary material.
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