My dog loves to play fetch and chew his toys, this is seriously the only ball that I can use.
Welcome to the Rubber Dog Toys superstore! Here at Pet Mountain, we're proud to offer the largest selection of fun, unique and entertaining dog toys on the web. Dogs love to play; it's part of their instinctive nature and a key way for them to establish a close and lasting bond with their humans. We want you and your dog to have the very best playtime possible, so we went out and found every chew, ball, tug, game and frisbee we could get our paws on in order to meet every canine's needs. And to make things even easier for you, we've marked everything way, way down - even up to 70% off - for the best prices on toys and games for dogs you'll find anywhere!
Rubber toys offer dogs (and their owners too!) a remarkably wide range of possibilities for fun, active, engaging play. Unlike plastics and other synthetic materials, most rubber is actually made from tree gum and completely natural, so you can rest easy knowing your dog's favorite toy is safe. In addition, rubber is soft on your dog's teeth while providing a tough substance to facilitate hearty chewing. Our rubber toys, balls and games are versatile and equally fun in the backyard, at the park or by (or in) the water! Rubber is easy to clean when playtime is done. Feel free to browse our entire selection of quality rubber toys, including items from such trusted manufacturers as Kong, Nylabone, NERF, and more!
Here at Pet Mountain, we offer the widest variety of ball dog toys, all at heavily discounted rates of up to 70% off. When it comes to ball toys for your dog, if you buy it, they will come...
DIY Dog Toy – Tennis Ball Buddy
Homemade Rope Ball Surprise Dog Toy
"You couldn't have delivered more on your promise. We have a 100 lb, 1-year-old German Shepherd who absolutely destroyed any and every toy you can give him; we saw some dogs on YouTube playing with the Varsity Ball and we couldn't have been more pleased!" This reality hits hard when a beloved animal is injured at play. One such horror story became news after a dog’s tongue was trapped in a hole in a ball, requiring long and painful medical intervention and finally, amputation of the tongue. The owner was shocked to learn that this wasn’t the first such incident—other dogs had been harmed, even killed, by the same toy. The company, Four Paws, eventually recalled several of its toys, according to its website. Despite the constant media comments about how we pamper our pets, toys are no mere luxury. Experts say that dogs need them, and need more than one kind. That doesn’t mean more bells and whistles, just different types. Toys can take the edge off a bad day, like a stress ball you squeeze when you’re mad. Softer toys a dog can “baby” satisfy gentler instincts. Frisbees, balls and tugs are ways to share the fun, while squeaky playthings cry out for attack. "I was pet sitting for a friend when I first saw a varsity ball in action. My friend's dog would get so excited when I got the ball out and play happily for such a long time! I usually just watched him run around the yard, dribbling the ball, pullng it backwards with his front paws, and trying to mouth it. All around a great dog toy!""I just wanted to say how much my dog (German Shepherd) LOVES his varsity ball!!!! He gets so frustrated when it won’t go where he wants it to go and barks his head off at it while he’s trying to maneuver it. Thank you so much for making these wonderful toys!!!" The surprise part of this otherwise-straightforward rope knot toy is the treat inside! My pooches LOVE their Kongs, which are dog toys you can pop little treats into, and are hard for pups to get at. Unfortunately, my pooches have mastered the puzzle that is their Kongs, so they solve them super quick. This rope ball should present a challenge!