Thursday, March 3, 2011

Product Review ~ Jolly Egg

No the Easter Bunny is not early, this is the Jolly Egg. I don't know about you but as a Bully Breed Rescue, I have some pretty strong chewers, so I am always interested in finding toys that are durable.

While wondering around a pet store I happened upon this peculiar looking toy and picked one up to go see what the heck it was all about.

I have always been a big fan of Jolly Balls but unfortunately have always found they don't always stand up to strong chewers and was excited to see if this did.

Well let me tell you it is pretty cool. Because of the egg shape and smooth hard plastic, this puppy moves around the floor with ease, wobbling and tilting sometimes even spinning as it goes. Due to the size, it is not easy to get in the mouth and so it does not get chewed upon. Even the top is too smooth and cumbersome to really get eaten. The dog has to push it with foot or nose to get it to move and once it starts look out, my dogs will chase that thing from one end of the house to the other. It is great fun for any age and durable to boot! The great thing about offering your pets a toy box is that you can fill it with safe and durable toys that do not need constant replacing. These product reviews as in place so you can make smart toy purchases for your heavy chewers. To buy higher quality and durable toys initially, will mean spending less money to replace them in the future and will also provide your pet with great interactive entertainment.

  • Works best on smooth surfaces like low carpeting or on linoleum. 
  • If proper size is bought for the size of your dog, dog should be unable to get their mouth around it.
  • Interactive, keeps dog's attention.
  • Easy to clean.
  • Inexpensive.
  • Durable, holds up to heavy play.
  • Play can get noisy if on linoleum or if toy gets pushed up against a wall or corner.
 Capone Tested, Bully Approved

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