Anatomy of a Well-Loved Ball

Delia loves her tiny tennis balls. A LOT.

Bichon Frise waiting for her favorite ball


Anatomy of a well-loved ball

This ball has been retired for safety, and a fresh, new ball has taken its place.




  1. Cute pics. My Rottweilers prefer Frisbees.
    Good luck for the rest of the challenge.

  2. Aww your dog is so cute! I’d rather have a worn out ball than a ball that was never used. It’s cool that your dog loves it’s ball so much!

  3. Awww your Delia is adorbs! She looks alot like my Bailey, who is a boy but in need of a groom. Good luck with the challenge.

    Pam Margolis
    An Unconventional Librarian

    Co-Host, Blogging from A to Z April Challenge

  4. Hello from a fellow pet blogger and A-Z Blogging Challenge participant! Love this post – I have seen many of those well-loved tennis balls 🙂

  5. That is so funny! I have a cat who shreds just about any toy she is given. She stole a robin off the Christmas tree last year and within two minutes it was ribbons scattered all over the sitting-room! That’s Purrfect

  6. She looks like she’s on point, ready for you to throw the ball Momma. 😉 Our Baxter loves playing fetch, be it with a squeaky ball or a teddy, either makes him happy.

  7. I have an assistance dog, and her favourite toys are balls! However, despite much chewing, she has never ‘killed’ one – she has a lll her balls still intact after 6 years. Even the tiny cloth one she was sent home with from the breeder. Occasionally a seam comes undone on her pet dog… she loves tugs of war with them! But I just sew them up. What a lovely blog. ~Liz

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