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3-Count Penn Championship Tennis Balls (Regular or Extra Duty) EXPIRED

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3-Pack Penn Championship Tennis Balls [dickssportinggoods.com] $2.09 - 20% in cart discount = $1.67. Choose free store pickup to save on shipping.

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Penn Championship Tennis Balls - 6 Can Pack [dickssportinggoods.com] $10 after in cart discount
Penn Championship Extra Duty Tennis Balls - 12 Can Pack [dickssportinggoods.com] $20 after in cart discount
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From that article, it explains a choking hazard if your dog destroys the ball and eats it. For our golden, who chases tennis balls and pulls the fuzz off, he is fine.

Just like everything in this world , common sense goes very far.
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Just a reminder for all, tennis balls are not good or safe for dogs.

https://www.akc.org/expert-advice...-for-dogs/
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How is this compared to Costco price?
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Just a reminder for all, tennis balls are not good or safe for dogs.

https://www.akc.org/expert-advice...-for-dogs/ [akc.org]
From that article, it explains a choking hazard if your dog destroys the ball and eats it. For our golden, who chases tennis balls and pulls the fuzz off, he is fine.

Just like everything in this world , common sense goes very far.
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From that article, it explains a choking hazard if your dog destroys the ball and eats it. For our golden, who chases tennis balls and pulls the fuzz off, he is fine.

Just like everything in this world , common sense goes very far.
If you keep reading the article, it explains that the fuzz is abrasive to their teeth.
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Well that isn't really true. Your article even says it is ok if you play with them and then take it away and don't let them use it as a chew toy, which we don't since they are nasty after fetch. I play tennis with them and then keep a mesh bag near the door where I toss the old ones for fetch. I know some shelters love the old ones for fetch too
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How is this compared to Costco price?
Not sure about the Costco price but my local Walmart has them for this price. Pretty confused how this made the front page Confused
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How is this compared to Costco price?
I just bought Costco's Extra Duty 20 pack (60 balls) for $29.99 yesterday, which comes out to about .50/ball. There was a $10 discount valid until May 1, at least at my local Costco.
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I just bought Costco's Extra Duty 20 pack (60 balls) for $29.99 yesterday, which comes out to about .50/ball. There was a $10 discount valid until May 1, at least at my local Costco.
How long do each ball typically last for casual play?
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How long do each ball typically last for casual play?
If you are an experienced player and hit the ball well, a can of three will last around 2-3 matches of competitive play (Best of 3 sets).

If you play casually and just want to practice they can be used a long time. As kids, we used to practice with dead balls all the time and didn't know the difference. Just squeeze them in your hand and you can tell how much air remains. And remember, once they are opened from the pressure sealed can they will lose air over time even if not being used.
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