WIMBLEDON | tennis ball reviews


As everyone has the Wimbledon fever, i thought it would be a good time to buy and test out some new tennis balls! (because we was running low).

The test

– 20 minutes play in the garden with each ball (1 ball, two dogs)
– 40 minutes normal walk route (same ball, two dogs)

Each was timed using my iPhone and there was a 30minute gap between garden play and normal walk route with the ball (no thrower)




The Top 2 Winners


The Contenders

3-PEAKS – Bought from Pets at home | £3 – 3 pack

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– I did love these balls they were nice and soft, bouncy but material was slightly messy towards the end. A lot easier to find with the grey part and the blue one in the pack in the grassy areas.

FETCH – Bought from ‘The Range’|  £1.79 – 3 pack

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So 8.39 mins left of the 20min garden play and the ball broke underneath the material… not good!

This ball did not end up the best, material messy and the balls shape and overall performance was not the best! Thumbs down!

NOAHS – Bought from ‘The Range’ | £1.79

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These balls are very hard! Had to be careful throwing them as when they were catching them in their mouth, Hunters mouth stared bleeding…
overall bouncy wasn’t the best as its more heavy and wouldn’t be buying them again.

KONG – Bought from ‘Pets at home’ | £2 each – bought 2

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A good overall ball! Even with all the sylvia and 1 pool jump and it carried on squeaking.

SPORT Tesco; Bought from ‘Tesco’ | £2.99 – 12 pack

These are not stated as dog balls, i just bought them to try to see how they was

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Surprisingly they are a good tennis ball for the money especially the amount you get, it didn’t break for our test just seemed to be quite dirty.


So over the few days i tried the experience of the different balls out, i managed to loose 2 balls so had to do another 2 days of trying out… typical aye! haha, never mind.

Our favourite overall was the 3 peaks ball from pets at home.
Will have to stock up on those bouncy ones.


Do you use any of the balls above?

Lets us know…


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