BUNDLE DEAL: FitPAWS TRAX Donut and Holder

BUNDLE DEAL: FitPAWS TRAX Donut and Holder


EXCLUDED from $120 free shipping offer
NOT eligible for discounts or coupon promotions


The FitPAWS Trax Donut & Donut Holder Bundle includes

  • 1 – FitPAWS Trax Donut, regularly $54.99
  • 1 – FitPAWS Donut Holder, regularly $21.99
  • 1 – Air pump and training booklet

Purchased separately, these items would cost $76.98, but we're offering this bundle deal for $61.50, a savings of $15.48 or 20.1%. 

Take advantage of this special packaged set. Buy 2 sets and use the donuts for core strengthening rather than a peanut or egg ball.


The FitPAWS TRAX Donut features the special TRAX surface which provides superior grip and stability as well as neurosensory stimulation. In addition, it's burst-resistant to 300 lbs. and is designed to deflate slowly if punctured. The donut's flattened, wide base offers more stability than other fitness inflatables.

With your assistance, your dog can learn to stand, sit, lie down, side step, and perform other beneficial exercises with the Donut. Subtle movement of the FitPAWS Donut under your dog’s weight causes a shift in your dog’s center of gravity. Your dog will naturally try to maintain balance, causing the muscles to engage and strengthen. It’s that simple.

  • 22" diameter x 13" high (55 cm x 33) 
  • Maximum recommended inflation height is 13" high (33 cm)
  • Superior gripping
  • Heavy-duty dog design resists punctures
  • Wide base makes achieving stability easier
  • FREE air pump included
  • FREE training booklet

FitPAWS Donut Holder

The FitPAWS Donut Holder is an inflatable ring that helps stabilize the FitPAWS Donut. This is a good training tool if your dog is new to dynamic movement exercises and you want to build his confidence, or if you are doing very advanced work and using the Donut in combination with other fitness props. Try using the FitPAWS Donut Holder as a hand-held jump-through ring for trick training or for agility tire jump training. It can also be used a target for your dog's rear legs when you're teaching side stepping with the dog's front legs elevated.