Product review: Sprong Hex Ball from R2P Pet

I received the product below free of charge in exchange for an honest product review.

 R2P Pet products can be found in the USA, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Australia, Japan, and Italy. You can find R2P’s bright and colorful toys on Amazon or you can head over to Petco, Publix, Meijer, Farm and Fleet, Winn Dixie, Canadian Tire or PetValu. They have a nice variety of dog toys to choose from.
 I received the Sprong Hex Ball from R2P (Ready 2 Play) Pet. JakJak goes crazy over this ball. It is made from rubber and has a velvet surface. It squeaks and not that annoying loud squeak that is in a lot of pet toys. This ball floats as well. It will be great to take to the beach this summer and have some water fun with him. They come in bright colors. The Sprong Hex Ball does everything. It bounces, squeaks and floats. JakJak loves playing fetch with his and just laying around mouthing it, making it squeak. It was so cute in the picture he was just looking at me squeaking his ball over and over. It doesn’t take much to squeak it, you can touch it anywhere and make it squeak. I caught one of my cats batting it around even. It didn’t last long, as soon as JakJak heard it squeak he was right there to take it away. He is so selfish!!
The ball seems to be durable, as he hasn’t broken it yet. He has been playing with it for over a month now. He is pretty rough with his toys. We have been practising catching toys in the air and this ball works great for this. It is light and soft and won’t hurt him. The velvet is nice because it kinda soaks up the dog’s slobber. The only thing I don’t like about the Sprong Hex Ball is that it picks up hair and dirt from the floor. I found that masking tape works great at getting the hair and dirt off. Overall this is a fun attractive toy that is safe for dogs. I can tell this is one of his favorite toys. His Sprong Hex ball, a couple other toys, and a chew are not allowed to go into his toy box. If he see’s you with it and heading towards the toy box he will take it from you. If it makes it into the box, he will take it right back out. Does your dog do that with any of his/her toys?  I think he might have taken to hiding them, as some of his toys seem to have disappeared.

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