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Lotus Ball - Medium

Lotus Ball - Medium

 

Medium & Small Medium, Small & Mini

$11.99

The Lotus Ball is the original treat-dispensing pull-apart toy! This stimulating, reward-based toy will keep your dog in the game when you are training. The three parts of the ball or "petals" are lined with Velcro so that the dog can open the ball and get to the treats inside without destroying the toy. There's a nylon webbing loop sewn to the bottom of the Lotus Ball that you can use to attach a rope, handle, or leash to the toy for chase games. 

Lotus Balls are an excellent toy for food-motivated dogs so that you can throw their reward during your agility training, and dog trainers around the country have come up with innovative ideas for using Lotus Balls to teach contacts, distance skills, and much more!

These are the only real Lotus Balls available. We pay a royalty to the original designer and took over manufacturing and design from Premier/PetSafe. So accept no substitutes!

The Medium Lotus Ball is 4" in diameter.

Note: The Lotus Ball is a dog training tool, and is not intended to be given to the dog for self-play. Your dog should be supervised whenever you are using the toy with treats inside.

Average Rating
5/5 with 2 reviews


Not for 30 pound dogs
I absolutely love these balls, when my corgis see them they go nuts knowing it's play time. I still gave this a 5 Star rating as I thought I'd give the medium balls a try instead of reordering the smaller ones. Big mistake. For a smaller dog like a corgi, when they would paw on the ball they would hold it down just making the velcro impossible to release the treat in side. I gave them to a friend with a lab. The smaller balls are definitely the size for a corgi. I'm hoping the velcro lasts longer then before.
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It works for my non toy motivated dog.
I like the fact that it's easy for my dog to find it, and it holds the treat(s) inside well. The dogs still need to work just a little to open it up to get those rewards. Because my dog is not toy motivated this helps me out when doing agility training. This helps fill the gap between food and toy.
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