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07-26-2012 04:11 PM #21
Re: Jolly balls
I've seen a 55-60lb lab puppy rip one of those in half. They aren't as indestructible as Kong Co. would have you believe. I remember the OGK yard video you're referring to, and since he was the only dog with a Kong, I'm going to ***ume he was just a chilled out dog who wasn't too destructive, and probably a little older too, though I can't be sure because I don't remember which dog it was that had the Kong.
Most strong breeds of dog who are not yet mellowed out, still in their prime and full of piss and vinegar, can destroy a Kong if left to their own devices with it for long.
The Destruction of the Virtually Indestructable Ball!!
First, start off with a new ball.
As you can see, though, the early stages of destruction are visible on this ball. Since the destruction is in its early stages, there’s no interest in carrying it outside. Let's call this stage I.
OK, Hopscotch, show ‘em how it’s done!
Stage II includes plug removal.
As you can see, the destruction is quite obvious!
Stage III: Destruction is more than obvious, but the ball is still functional!
...and Stage IV: Destruction is almost complete. Ball no longer rolls.
Er…..ball no longer rolls….
OK, OK! Dexter says a half a ball is better no balls!!
07-26-2012 09:08 PM #23
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