Amazon.sg:Customer reviews: Goughnuts – Virtually Indestructible Ball - Guaranteed Dog Chew Toys for Aggressive Chewers Like Pit Bulls, German Shepherds, and Labs from 30-70 Pounds - Toughest and Durable Natural Rubber - Pro 50
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We have a Rottweiler who loves to chew all of her balls until they are totally destroyed. This is the only ball she has not been able to even put a mark on! She loves it and so do we. Just wish they made bigger ones!
As advertised. Indestructible. Pit Bull and heavy chewer Husky tested. It's a little noisy when it bounces off the wood floors but I am putting up with it because it's better than having other things ripped to shreds.
Seems a little pricy for a rubber ball you may think, but it is definitely a tough ball with great bounce. I have a very aggressive chewer (28lbs of power) and he loves interactive play with this . He’s destroyed many a toy, but I think this one will last some time
The best testimony I can give is that my male American Bulldog has not even dented these things... nor has my smaller pittie girl... they are not only softer on their mouths and teeth, but have proved indestructible... the green ring shape that I bought I have had for over a year and has a couple tiny teeth marks after hours and hours of chewing and play between 2 big dogs (he is 90 lbs, my female is over 50 lbs.) The ball has zero marks on it, and I have had it for several months! I won't waste money anywhere else... these toys are worth every cent!
We adopted a dog a week ago. Within two days every single chew toy we'd gotten for him was dead. Squeaky ball, tennis ball, "indestructible" balls and toys, they were all gone. I read reviews about other indestructible balls, and several reviewers said the Goughnut Black 50 was the way to go. So, for our maniacal fetch and chew loving pup, we got one of these.
Holy smokes. A week later it not only still exists, but it looks GREAT! He can't make a mark on it. And this thing has been used for hours of fetch and chewing. He wants to play fetch, this is the ball we go for. He wants to chew on one, this is it.
Update: Six months later. I've now bought four of these, according to Amazon. Why? Because they're awesome.
One is at our cabin. Because heaven forbid the dog is without a ball. More accurately, for our sanity, the dog is never without a ball.
Two are here at our house.
One more is en route from Amazon. Because, one of the ones we have actually got chewed into. It's usable, it's still a solid ball, and I'm not sure he could rip it much more, but I also don't know that it'd bounce like I want it to. So I got another and this one will be relegated to back up. This one ball is the only one to actually show a mark of any of the Goughnut products we have (three balls, two figure 8 tug of war toys, and one stick). The rest all look brand new. Maybe the ball had a bad day during production. I don't know. Considering my dog can chip through actual bones, these hold up remarkably well. Astonishingly well. I don't know if I'll buy another brand for my exceptionally aggressive chewer.