Goughnuts Black Ball

$26.00

The absolute toughest rubber ball on the market! The Goughnuts Black Ball is solid vulcanized rubber, as strong as a car tire and highly recommended for extreme chewers! "Virtually Indestructible"... many companies claim it, but GoughNuts guarantees it.  Each Goughnut has a lifetime replacement guarantee and equipped with a built-in safety indicator: if your dog chews through to the inner yellow core, it's time to take the toy away and either send it back for a free replacement or discard it (they're recyclable!).

Understanding leverages that are present in a dog's jaws and relying on 60 years of rubber technology has resulted in an indestructible toy!  (Dogs who are capable of getting through the toy may be asked to be tracked for their ongoing plan for improvement). Put it to the test!

*this an extremely durable toy and will generally last a very long time. Goughnuts will replace any toy that has the core showing.  We recommend knowing your dog's chewing habits before leaving them alone with any toys!

  • 3" diameter
  • Made in the USA

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5 out of 5 (based on 3 ratings)
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A gift we actually could give her!

5/5
My brother sent us this ball 2 Christmases ago (I'm writing this June 2019) and the family joke has become that maybe there *is* no colored core to what's now "the crater ball." This ball did lose pieces along the 18 mos, but it has held up much better than our black rubber Extreme Kong toys and when chunks did come off, they were big enough for us to notice & throw out instead of small enough to be swallowed.
Posted by Katherine Kemp-Dufel, 9th Jun 2019

Great Toy

5/5
My boy Eugene loves this ball and it seems to be indestructible. He hasn't done any damage to it even though he's definitely tried. Would highly recommend.
Posted by Seth, 11th Aug 2017

Best Ball Toy Ever!

5/5
Finally a ball that the Molly Monster can't tear up. She loves her tennis balls, but we all know what happens to those. She really loves this new ball (even the cat tries to play with it). It's held up well to her chewing and gnawing, and I know it will continue to do so.
Posted by Lynette, 7th Dec 2016