JW Crackle Ball on a bungee
Teach your dog to love tugging with balls
There are always situations where it’s ideal for your dog to take a ball as a reward. You need to biff something to the end of the weave poles when teaching obstacle layering in agility. Or you need your obedience puppy to build a burning desire for retrieving. Maybe you just need something small to tuck inside your shirt because your dog gets crazy when it sees a toy in your hand. Regardless of your sport, all performance dogs benefit from being able to play with balls.
But, there’s a catch. Balls can easily breed disconnection between the dog and you. And some dogs really struggle to take balls as rewards at all, preferring softer furry toys, which are much harder to throw a good distance.
Enter crackle balls! With a satisfying crunch, your dog will love chomping down on their ball with the noisy feedback each time they bite on the ball. It’s the perfect bridge to associating balls as an awesome reward that’s worth running fast for! The bungee handle will help you collect your dog and engage with them as they crunch. That way, they always know that their magical crackle ball came with love from you.
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How it’s Made | Made in Canada
Brie hand-makes all of our toys in Nova Scotia. She uses highly specialized sewing machines and marine-grade products to construct durable dog toys.
Guaranteed by Brie
We guarantee all of our midi toys against construction defects at the time of manufacturing. Wear and tear is normal and will happen over time. But remember, tug toys are not chew toys. Leaving your dog unattended with a toy will likely result in chewing damage. Never leave your dog unattended with any toy.