Planet Dog Orbee Tuff Cosmos Ball - Astro - Twinkle Gray Dog Toy

Planet Dog - Cosmos Range - Twinkle Gray Astro Model

Planet Dog's 'Orbee Tuff' toys are the new player in the tough dog market in Australia. Well known and established in the USA, we are very excited to offer you a range of these fantastic dog toys here in Australia. These toys are really, REALLY durable. If the prices seem high, consider that one of these toys will last you many times as long as other toys. And I do believe we are offering some of the best prices available in Australia for these excellent toys. Planet Dog rates the different toys with a 'chompers' scale to indicate their level of toughness, with 5 chompers being the toughest. If you are one of the many dog owners who is sick of going through toy after toy, then we urge you to give Orbee Tuff a try. You won't regret it!

With Planet Dog COSMOS the skys the limit! Out of this world durability meets cosmic fun. This sparkly, textured ball is the perfect new edition to the Cosmos line. At 2.75 it is ideal for medium to large pups who love to fetch, chew and play! are doggie durable, buoyant, bouncy, minty, recyclable, non-toxic and 100% guaranteed.

  • 5 'chomper' toughness
  • Non-toxic and recyclable
  • Rinses clean and is mint scented
  • Floats and bounces
  • No Squeaker!
  • Colour: Twinkle Gray as seen in the pictures
  • Made from high quality, non-toxic materials
  • This medium size toy is great for medium sized dogs or larger.
  • Size 7cm (2.75") diameter (suits tennis ball chuckers)

Your dog will love it!

PLEASE NOTE: No dog toy is indestructible - but these toys are as close as we have seen (on roughly equal par with Kong Extreme models). The key things to understand are firstly to buy the right toy, at the right size, for your dog, but also, the science of a dog's jaw is important - how they destroy things. Most hard-core destruction can happen at the back of a dog's jaw. Orbee-Tuff toys are designed with that in mind, and the highest rated toys are the round ones, because they are hardest for a dog to get to the back of their jaws.