LIKER Ball with Handle

$15.00

Ball on a String

PERFECT FOR LOTS OF BONDING FUN

A ball is the most popular dog toy and training equipment, so it should be well designed in first class quality. Since playing fetch is not always healthy, a ball on a rope is the perfect replacement to get some tugging and training in between throws.

The LIKER is lightweight, manoeuvrable and easy to throw with the line. Due to its unique shape it may slightly change the flight path, adding excitement to the game. It cannot break the window or knock down an object, in contrast to the heavy tennis ball.

The LIKER balls are made out of a unique proprietary material (not rubber) that is safe, nontoxic, scentless, lightweight, durable, strong, and does not damage or wear down your dog’s teeth and gums. The resilient material actually lets your dog’s teeth sink deep inside it, without the ball losing its shape and strength.

Dogs love the gentle squishy feeling when they munch and chomp down on the LIKER ball and it quickly becomes a favourite. This toy is not intended to be used as an unsupervised chew toy, but it's no issue if the dog chomps on it as they run around with it. Just remove the LIKER when the interactive play session is over.

If you and your dog enjoy water games, the LIKER balls also float. They float high on the water so your dog can grab them without ingesting a lot of water.

Note that it's only the ball that's intended for dog teeth and the handle is for humans to hold on to, therefore the toy will likely not last long if left for the dog to play on their own or tugged between two dogs. It's a tug toy for dog-human play.

Customer Reviews

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Not bad

Didn't last long with my girls

Thanks for the review. It is a tug toy for dog-human play, so I can imagine it not lasting super long in play between two dogs, good feedback.

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Karen Lawton
Liker Ball

No good for our puppy at this stage. She grabs the string and the ball becomes a weapon. She will hurt herself with it. Like a hammer throw. Maybe later in life!

Oh my, make sure to use it for tug play only, so you can hold on to the string, but as you say: maybe toy and pup aren't the best match in this case. :)

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CLARA GYLLENSTEN
Toy swap

I got two of these to help introduce my dog to fetching. They are nice and light, durable and float nicely in the water too. Thank you!

The good old toy swap, that's great. Glad Percy loves them. :)