NEW XS SIZE!
For puppies and small dogs we have introduced a new XS size. Not only is this smaller in size there is also less velcro on the inside making it easier to open.
Made from a new tougher, rip resistant fabric.
This ball features three ‘petals’ lined with Velcro allowing the dog to tear the ball open to reveal tasty treats that can be concealed within. Great for reluctant players or food motivated dogs. A game your dog will enjoy playing over and over again!
It also features a loop on the bottom allowing you to attach a rope or handle for throw and chasing games, or to attach a long line to prevent the dog from running off with it. Available to order with a bungee, webbing or chaser handle. Please note this toy is not designed as a tug toy.
Lo Balls come in three sizes
Individual petal Width and Length
- X Small: width 5cm length 8cm
- Small: width 7cm length 10cm
- Medium: width 9cm length 12cm
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You can buy the Lo Ball either on it’s own or on a range of different handles, as detailed below
Soft webbing handle – This allows you to use the Lo Ball as a thrown reward, enabling accurate and effective distance training. The movement adds to the excitement, and once your dog has found his treat, you can use the handle to make the Lo ball ‘alive’ and develop some interactive play.
Bungee Handle – Once your dog has found his treat, you can engage him in an interactive tug game. You can also use it as a thrown toy when you want to reward him from a distance. The bungee is made from soft webbing and the fleece-lined handle is kind to your hands.
Chaser Handle – Turn your Lo Ball into a chase toy by adding our long webbing lead. Awakening your dog’s predatory prey drive is a great way to encourage interactive play – your dog will enjoy the thrill of the chase, and will then get his reward from the treat pod. First build up a positive association with the Lo Ball so your dog knows that treats are secreted inside. Then start to snake the long lead along the ground so your dog has to play catch up to get his reward. Build up the speed of movement, and the extent of the chase as he becomes more proficient. In no time, you will have a willing interactive play partner, who values his toy – and you – because you are providing all the fun!