RUFF DAWG - Indestructible Rubber Floating Cube - Guaranteed For Life
The ball arrived in good condition. Unfortunately, our dog does not like playing with it. We had bought him, a while back, a big hard plastic ball. It can't be broken and he loves playing with it. I can't remember the name of it but of all the toys he has, the big yellow ball is his favorite.
Hi Sharon, Thank you for the review! For the hard plastic ball, you may be thinking of the Jolly Push n' Play https://germanshepherdshop.com/collections/indestructible-toys/products/push-n-play-jolly-ball or the Virtually Indestructible Ball https://germanshepherdshop.com/collections/indestructible-toys/products/the-best-ball Hope this helps!
Great material and fits well on my golden retriever, evens with the large amount of hair.
We have a rescued 50 lbs. female German Shepherd/Shebu mix. Apparently non-socialized and prone to over excitement. She's estimated about 3 years. From day 1 we were dragged down the street on every walk. I learned about prong collars from another shepherd owner..her dog was huge. On first look I thought "this is a torture device". I knew it would stop bad behavior but at what price? I went for some intermediary items first. Various harnesses etc. Nothing worked. I finally watched a bunch of videos on training and came to understand that it's a disservice to these dogs not attempt a prong collar. To many are jettisoned by owners who can't handle these dogs. First time with the prong collar, her world changed. Now she's a great walking partner. Just minor tugs and directions and she's much better behaved. She's not a fully trained girl yet, but at least now she can be controlled to the point that training can begin. Prior she was mayhem. So Thank you to the German Shepherd Shop for sending this life saver. You guys helped over the phone with proper sizing, and the collar arrived quickly. It works!
This thing is built like a tank! It’s the only collar I trust for working big strong dogs. It’ll last a lifetime.