Jingle Bell Noisy Dog Balls
Jingle Bell Noisy Dog Balls
Jingle Bell Noisy Dog Balls
Jingle Bell Noisy Dog Balls
Jingle Bell Noisy Dog Balls
Jingle Bell Noisy Dog Balls
Jingle Bell Noisy Dog Balls
Jingle Bell Noisy Dog Balls
Jingle Bell Noisy Dog Balls
Jingle Bell Noisy Dog Balls
Jingle Bell Noisy Dog Balls
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Jingle Bell Noisy Dog Balls

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* Quality tennis balls made in colours best for a dog's vision, yellow, bahama blue, black and purple

* Tennis balls are inserted with a Lahore hawk bell - producting a loud clear two-tone chime

* Diameter of the balls approximately 66mm

*Made in the UK by Price of Bath

Our great quality dog balls with a fab bell inside, created for to meet the needs of one Price of Bath customer for their four legged friend. Available in colours on the dog's colour spectrum, yellow, bahama blue (light blue), black and purple. Here's why we decided to make them.

Dogs love to play fetch with a tennis ball, and we would go so far as to say that tennis balls are the most popular dog toy around! But it can be a real sadness for dog owners when your tennis ball obsessed pooch becomes visually impaired or looses their sight completely.

Recently Price of Bath customer, Neil Martin got in touch to tell us about his dog Reggie who had sadly become visually impaired. Suffering with glaucoma, Reggie just couldn’t see his beloved tennis balls well enough to chase them successfully any longer. It was a heart-breaking situation for Neil and he became determined to find a way for Reggie to continue his ball games. Neil hit on the idea of adding a bell inside a tennis ball and found that Lahore bells, used for hawk training, were the only bells loud enough to be heard successfully though the rubber and felt layers of a tennis ball. Neil had tried inserting the bells into tennis balls himself but it soon became clear to him that this could be a hazard, with the bell occasionally dangerously spinning out. So his next move was to get in touch with us here at Price to see if there was anything we could do to make his bell balls safer for Reggie. We were of course delighted to help and got to work sealing the hawk bells inside some of our balls. After we sent them back to Reggie and Neil for testing we were delighted to receive by return a delightful video of Reggie safely playing fetch once again with his much-loved tennis ball.

We subsequently had requests from some of Neil and Reggie’s friends to see if we could make more of our “Jingle Balls”, and consequently we have decided to add them to our dog ball collection so that other visually impaired and blind dogs can enjoy them too!

We have chosen the colour range for the balls deliberately. Humans and dogs see the world very differently and their ability to see the world is limited in comparison to ours. Dog vision is similar to human colour blindness, with the colours blue, yellow and green most sharply defined - this is probably why they love to chase a bright yellow tennis ball, on green grass under a blue sky! To see how dogs will view our yellow Jingle ball we have included a photograph in ‘Dog Vision’. Hopefully our bright yellow colour will give impaired vision dogs the very best chance to keep the ball in vision during play.

The Lahore hawk bells we have used inside the tennis balls are made of brass and are well known for their loud, clear two-tone chime, cutting through the rubber ball perfectly. It’s a musical noise that won’t drive you crazy with repeated play, but your dog will hear it perfectly as it rolls across the floor.

We are confident that the Jingle Ball will build back your dog’s confidence and teach any newly blind or visually impaired dog that the world is still a fun and safe place. It will also help alleviate boredom, playtime being a highlight of any dogs day, and a good game with our Jingle Ball will keep your dog stay happy and healthy. We would love it if our new Jingle Ball helps many more dogs continue their love of chasing tennis balls for years to come, just like it has for dear Reggie.