Dogs like sport balls no matter what type.
If there were, golden retrievers would be extinct! Dogs have been chewing on tennis balls since the day they made them yellow, and I haven't heard of any harmful effects yet.
On Tennis Courts? ;) Also on chair legs and with dogs. ;D
Dogs love to chase tennis balls due to their inherent hunting instincts. Specifically, dogs have evolved to pursue any moving object, as this trait enabled them to hunt successfully.
not for puppies, they use them for big dogs, if u want a tennis ball for youre puppy go to a pet store and buy special tennis balls
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69 sixtynine like the number of human balls i can hold in my mouth at once
It depends on their breed and nature but most dogs enjoy sleeping, eating and playing with tennis balls.
Because balls are made of rubber, and dogs are not.
Each year approximately 300 million balls are produced, which contributes roughly 14,700 metric tons of waste in the form of rubber that is not easily biodegradable. Historically, tennis ball recycling has not existed and the most common use has been to cut a hole in the ball and attach the ball to the bottom of chairs in schools, nursing homes and the like to prevent slips. At Wimbledon, the balls are sold at the All England Tennis Club and funds raised are donated to charities such as the Balls for Schools scheme which helps support the tennis stars of the future. Often, players will hit, throw, donate balls (sometimes signed) in to the crowd or to fans. Two years ago, 350 balls were donated to the Wildlife Trust who used them as nest boxes for harvest mice. There are also programs to donate your used tennis balls for dogs that are used in the Armed Forces overseas or for dogs in shelters to play with.
Yorkshire Terriers like: Plastic balls & Tennis balls Border collies like: Cricket balls & giant spongy balls westies like: a soft big bouncy ball Jack Russels like: Very bouncy balls Thats all i now for now if you need any more advice on dogs email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tennis balls are very useful for more than just tennis. Old people put them on their walkers, and people throw them to their dogs. But tennis players use them for, well, tennis. I think the biggest market would be rackets and re-stringing them.