1-3. Silly squeakers iballs in small, medium, and a very sizable large. These are Miles’ all time favorites for fetch time indoors and outdoors. They are great for training because they are furry and have a loud squeak. Machine washable.
4. Chuck-it erratic ball is great for keeping Miles’ attention when playing fetch in new areas because when it lands, it bounces in random directions. When he was a puppy I stuffed little treats in the holes and he played with it for ages.
5. Chuck-it max-glo ball glows in the dark, for night time games of fetch.
6. Hard boiled softies shark has a durable rubber ball inside of the machine washable toy cover. Hours of fun with the cover, or without. This toy has a very unnerving squeak, so it might not be great in a small apartment.
7. Mighty toy ball is a tough rubber ball with a fleece covering. When the fleece bites the dust, you’ve still got the ball. Ours hangs out in the backyard and is still in great shape.
Emma Kesler, CDBC, CPDT-KA is a terrier behavior specialist who has been conducting live online sessions and behavior consultations for nearly a decade. Emma shares her life with her Welsh Terrier, Miles. When Miles was young he was deemed "impossible to train" by a veterinarian and several trainers, who recommended resorting to old punishment-based methods. The quest to figure out how to work terriers in new and different ways became Emma's passion. Miles is Emma's trusted copilot, has set many performance records for terriers, and best of all, helps Emma coach others on how to share absolutely wonderful lives with their terriers.
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