First, we got a Jolly Egg. It is made of tough plastic and its oval shape makes it nearly impossible for the dog to get a grip on. It is designed to slip when dogs bite down, popping out in unpredictable directions for endless fun. Well, that is what it is supposed to be... Not so successful. Bodie got bored as soon as he figured out that he couldn't bite down on it no matter how hard he tried. Maybe if we had purchased the medium size as opposed to the large, Bodie would have been more interested in it. Or if it was of soft plastic. He doesn't seem to like anything he can't get a good chew on.
Next we got the Jolly Romp-n-Roll. Bodie loves it! Just like the Jolly Ball, it can be bit without being punctured! Which is great because the puppy insists on biting the ball (just like he bites the Jolly Ball). But he will also grab this one by the rope. The he shakes it like crazy, hitting anything in his vicinity. I actually think he likes this one better than the Jolly Ball!
And finally, we got the Jolly Teaser Ball. The outside ball is made of hard plastic while inside is a smaller, soft plastic ball. After we throw it or kick it and the smaller, inside ball will keep moving. It definitely keeps Bodie's attention. He keeps trying to get ahold of the small ball inside. Then he will pick up the big ball by one of the holes and he prances around so proud of himself!
So, three out of four successes for Jolly Pets! Not bad.