Every since the day we brought Ranger home, he has been borderline obsessed with all things round and bouncy. It doesn't matter if it's a basketball, soccer ball, tennis ball or squeaky ball, if it ends in ball, it's HIS! 😂
Awesome!!! Mine goes absolutely nuts with big, round balls like basketballs and soccer balls. He will play with tennis balls but those aren't his favorite. He loves playing soccer with me in our yard... Smh. He won't let me touch the ball!!
ha! yep!!!! Hanks nuts about them and it's the one thing that my 8yr old grandson gets to play with him. Hank LOVES and is way too focused on Zack my grandson untillllllllllllll, they go out back and then because the focus is divided, he's just right lol He doesn't give the ball up if he doesn't have to but absolutely loves you to want it real bad ... or kick it out from under those strong arms of his. Crazy dogs!!
My French bully loves playing with balls- she will chew on them, throw them forward and pounce on them etc. Unfortunately my English bulldog likes to steal them from her and then parade around with her favourite ball in his mouth, to rile her up, even though he doesn't play with it. So, I can't have any toys around that the French bully really likes. Both bullies really like to chew on a Benebone, but I only let them have one for a few minutes since I don't want them to crack a tooth. In the future I guess I can only buy toys in pairs and take a chance they will be popular.
Bella loves them too! Her most favorite is a pool ball (I think they are Called splash bombs or water bombs) the are foam covered with fabric) the kind the kids can throw around the pool and not get hurt. She absolutely loves them. Doesn't ever tear them up just throws them around and chases them around the house. I have to take them away at times because she is obsessed.
They roll under couches and beds very easily too, so I have to keep gettting them out or she will go nuts If she can't get to them.
[MENTION=9875]cefe13[/MENTION] he did! We've been told he's one the best trained EB our Vet has seen. He's very good with all common commands and excels at "clean up" time. You just have to say the name of the toy to be put away and he'll bring it right you!