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Lowest price it has been in a few years. These are tennis-ball sized and compatible with throwers.

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P.S. We just found out that our dog's teeth are flat because of the sandpaper-like felt on tennis balls. If your dog loves to play fetch as much as ours, avoid tennis balls.

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I try to throw the ball into the ground so that it bounces really high. That keeps our dog from running as far in between breaks as she is older. I hope this helps.
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The Small Size ChuckIt! 2-Pack [amazon.com] is also available for $1.79
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My Golden Retriever will absolutely destroy a tennis ball in a matter of hours, but these rubber ones are resilient. We've had the same one for over a year. Bought a 2-pack as backup, in case I throw the current one up into a tree (not that I've ever done that before).
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My golden lives for fetch, I buy 3-4 packs of these every time they go on sale. They float, and are bomb proof. The only reason I have to keep buying them is that he buries them in the mud or hides them somewhere in the house.
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These are good, but end up being a slobbery mess.
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These balls are great and last a long time.

I have heard bad things about using the actual chuck it throwing tool, though. My vet said you are able to throw it so much farther and faster that your dog will go at full speed consistently and then brake using their front legs really hard, which can cause issues if you do it often (like my dog will play fetch for hours and hours).
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Note these are a bit smaller than a tennis ball. I'd say these are more similar in size to a billiards ball. The large are around the size of a tennis ball. I've gotten both sizes and I don't really feel comfortable having my larger dogs play with these.
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Is the medium good for a 72lb golden doodle or should I get the large? Thanks
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Note these are a bit smaller than a tennis ball. I'd say these are more similar in size to a billiards ball. The large are around the size of a tennis ball. I've gotten both sizes and I don't really feel comfortable having my larger dogs play with these.
Tennis balls are between 2.6-2.7 inches and the medium is 2.5 inches while the large is 3 inches. These would be closer in size to a tennis ball but they are slightly smaller.
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These balls are great and last a long time.

I have heard bad things about using the actual chuck it throwing tool, though. My vet said you are able to throw it so much farther and faster that your dog will go at full speed consistently and then brake using their front legs really hard, which can cause issues if you do it often (like my dog will play fetch for hours and hours).
I try to throw the ball into the ground so that it bounces really high. That keeps our dog from running as far in between breaks as she is older. I hope this helps.
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I try to throw the ball into the ground so that it bounces really high. That keeps our dog from running as far in between breaks as she is older. I hope this helps.
Yeah, that's what was recommended to me as well.

This is kind of pathetic but I just ended up getting an electric ball launcher for mine (GoDogGo is the type) and it shoots them in a big arc about 60 feet and she just kind of jumps for them which is great... and she knows how to use it by herself!
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Is the medium good for a 72lb golden doodle or should I get the large? Thanks
Our 90 lb chessie loves hers! They hold up well!
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Our 90 lb chessie loves hers! They hold up well!
Thank you! I'll go ahead and get some.
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You won't regret it
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