Varsity Ball: World’s Toughest Dog Toy – Guaranteed Indestructible {Daisy Tested!}

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If your dog is like Daisy you are probably sick of spending money on dog toys, only to have them destroyed as soon as you get them home. Not only is it a waste of money, but there is always the risk of your dog eating the pieces of the toy once they’ve ripped it apart.

We’d heard about Varsity Ball and their 110% Guaranteed indestructible toy and were super excited at the invitation for Daisy and her boyfriend Fin to put it to the test. If you aren’t already familiar with it, Varsity Ball is a dog toy designed for use by large, athletic, and high-energy dogs such as Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, Dobermans, German Shepherd Dogs, Mastiffs, Labrador Retrievers and more.  It’s perfect as a toy for herding dogs, a toy for working dogs, a toy for big dogs, a toy for tough dogs, a toy for athletic dogs, or a toy for high-energy dogs.

Not only do many police dog trainers use it with their dogs, but it’s also even been tested in zoos! They’ve sold thousands, with zero busted. Check out the 1-minute video to see what I mean:

Now Daisy is only about 50 pounds, and Fin is 75lbs but the two of them together can destroy almost anything. So I took the Varsity Ball to our dog park and let them have at it! They ran, they chased, they jumped on it and even tried to eat it. As you can see…they fought the ball, but THE BALL WON!

Daisy and Fin test the indestructible dog toy Varsity Ball

That’s what you want in a dog toy…for it to last longer than the dogs playing with it, and really tire them out. As they say, a tired dog is a GOOD dog!  Daisy also really enjoys “herding” it around inside our place on rainy days (which we have a lot of right now). Basically, if you want something to both entertain and exercise your dog, then you can’t go wrong with Varsity Ball. And don’t worry if yellow isn’t your thing. It also comes in white and orange.

indestructible ball for dogs in orange, yellow or white

Varsity Balls are made in the USA and are 110% guaranteed to be indestructible – if your dog breaks it, they’ll replace the ball plus 10% of your purchase price! 

If you’d like to get one for your dog, they are available at Varsity Pets for $39.99 plus $11.99 for shipping. Don’t freak out about the cost of shipping…the ball is LARGE (12″ in diameter) and heavy-duty (3.5 pounds) so it costs more to ship, but is totally worth it considering their indestructible-ness! It also makes a great gift for those big dogs in your family! Visit for more product info and details about the guarantee.

Disclosure: We received a sample product so that we could test it and share our experiences. We were not compensated or told what to write. All opinions are 100% our own. Post contains affiliate links.


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DIY Pet Project: Make Your Own Fetch and Tug Dog Toy!

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Here’s a fun and easy DIY Pet Toy project you can do with your kids or grandkids! I got the idea from Modern Dog Magazine and emailed Daisy’s Grandma with the link since she is always on the lookout for fun craft ideas to do with my niece (who I call “Little-A”) when they hang out together. Less than a week later, look what arrived in the mail addressed to Daisy, with the SWEETEST note from Little-A herself!

Letter to Daisy

While the original project used old t-shirts, my mom took the concept a step further and used inexpensive fleece fabric strips in Maize & Blue (University of Michigan team colors) for Daisy’s toy, and also made one for Daisy’s cousin Cody!

I think the fleece material will be more durable than t-shirts but you can use any old fabric you’d like to recycle (blankets, jeans, sweatpants, etc.) or watch for sales on holiday-themed fabrics and make some to stash away for stocking stuffers! You basically just twist or braid strips of fabric and knot it all together at the ends.

Playing Fetch and Tug with your dog can be a fun way to teach or practice skills and obedience commands including Sit, Give, Wait, Drop It and more. Check out these Tips on Teaching Your Dog Tug from the ASPCA Virtual Pet Behaviorist for info and advice! 

Daisy Tug Toy You can view the original DIY Dog Toy instructions here. As you can see, Daisy loves hers! Thanks Grandma and “Little-A”!