Pet Qwerks Talking Babble Ball Interactive Dog Toys – Wisecracks & Makes Funny Sounds, Electronic Talking Treat Ball that Talks & Makes Noise – Avoids Boredom & Keeps Active | For Small Dogs & Puppies

January 8, 2020 - Comment

Babble Balls are interactive toys that talk when touched. The technology is so sensitive it can be triggered by a pet breathing on it, or just by the vibration of a pet walking past it. When play is finished, the Babble Ball turns off automatically and waits to be touched again. Pets think it’s actually

Babble Balls are interactive toys that talk when touched. The technology is so sensitive it can be triggered by a pet breathing on it, or just by the vibration of a pet walking past it. When play is finished, the Babble Ball turns off automatically and waits to be touched again. Pets think it’s actually alive! Babble Balls now come in the wisecracking “Talking” series, and the “Animal Sounds” series.

Product Features

  • Pet Qwerks Babble Balls are motion-activated interactive dog toy. They are so sensitive that the air from your dog’s breath or even just the vibration of him walking by is enough to set the Babble Ball off, teasing your dog and demanding play time. Each ball already comes with batteries.
  • Your dog will think this ball is ALIVE as it calls to him/her to chase, track and jump all around your home or yard. Plus, when your dog is done, the Babble Ball turns itself off until the next swat or chomp.
  • Made from high-impact ABS construction. Each ball has more than 20 different wisecracks or sounds, like “Rock ‘n Roll Big Doggy,” “Hey, What are you doing?,” “Grrrrr!,” “Sweet Puppy,” and many more!
  • Keep your dogs occupied and entertained for hours on end. The physical workouts provide all the benefits of healthy exercise. Replaceable batteries make it easy for you to keep the fun going.

Comments

Anonymous says:

A TINY HACK = 5 STAR multisensory dog doy for older dog WATCHED MY 13 YR DOG TURN INTO A PUPPY AGAIN! (A simple hack that made much safer from a 2 star to 5 star with some puppy love & makes a perfect all sensory toy for older dogs) Please read for a 5 min diy hack using the babble ball to make the ULTIMATE DOG TOY UNDER $15. My dog is blind in 1 eye and loosing sight in the other. He is a 13 yr old min pin. I wanted a ball he could track by sound and still play catch. I was excited when the ball came but worried about its quality . This ball would break the first time you threw it, your dogs teeth or the ball 🙁 (internal electronics and ball shell would even Crack on a non carpeted floor). I was going to return it until i saw my dogs ears at full attention wondering what new toy he got for xmas and what kind of owner would i be to deny that face and look of interest I rarely see from him. So i SIMPLY took a tennis ball made an X cut with an exacto knife as well as a few other small X cuts so the sound is amplified (speaker very low)…

Anonymous says:

Adding to it makes it better Our two great danes love these balls, however even the large size makes me worry that they will be chomped into pieces or swallowed. They are a hard plastic so they will get slippery once they get slobbered on.The dogs have one of the jumbo size rubber hol-ee roller toys that you can put stuff inside, we put this babble ball inside. It was VERY difficult getting this ball inside but after making my husband do it, and getting a few dirty looks and raised eyebrows the ball was now inside of the bouncy hol-ee roller toy (probably forever now).Now it’s so much better! When they drop it or smash it around the house it doesn’t make the ‘did-something-just-break?’ sound and the rubber keeps it from marking the furniture as it gets kicked around. It does annoy the heck out of them trying to get it out, and the sarcastic voice taunts them, over, and over lol.We also have the jungle animal sounds ball out in the backyard that they play with. These are really…

Anonymous says:

Beware if you love your pet We bought the small version of this for our Yorkie. She loves it. I was quite concerned today though when she brought it to me because it was no longer working. No big deal, I thought, it probably just needs new batteries. When I went to replace the batteries, I noticed a brown substance on the outside of the ball, and I was wondering how she managed to get it so dirty. She’s only had it since Christmas (this review was written January 6th). When I went to open the battery compartment, I found that the batteries had leaked the brown substance all inside the battery compartment and it was leaking out to the outside of the ball. This means that our Yorkie has been ingesting whatever the brown substance is. I realize the toy is cheap, and I didn’t expect that the batteries would last forever, but after a couple of weeks of play to have the batteries leak and having no way to prevent that leakage from reaching the outside where the dog would ingest it is inexcusable.

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