Best Tennis Balls For Concrete in 2023
Nivia Heavy Tennis Ball Cricket Ball (Pack of 6), Red
Top Glides Precut Walker Tennis Ball Glides (Red)
- READY TO USE - just slip them on and go
- PROTECTS FLOORS & CARPETS with soft felt exterior
- PRE-CUT OPENING for safety & convenience
- MIX & MATCH 15 COLORS & STYLES - which is your favorite?
- INSTANT DISCOUNT saves $.50 on 2 pairs or $1.00 on 4 pairs - BUY MORE & SAVE MORE!
Tourna Ballport 85 Ball Pick up Tennis Hopper
- Large capacity hopper holds up to 85 regular tennis balls
- Heavy duty sturdy construction ideal for long lasting use
- Fixed handle with no moving parts make this a favorite among teaching pros and clubs
- Heavy gauge steel wire and a black powder coated finish to help withstand scratches, chips, and fading in extreme climates and weather
- Picks up all regular tennis balls as well as low compression Stage 1 and 2 balls. Picks up larger Stage 3 Red balls too
Penn Championship Extra-Duty Tennis Balls - 9 Cans, 27 Balls
- Ideal for play on hard courts: asphalt and concrete
- Approved by USTA
Sports Equipment Storage Rack for Baseball/Basketball/Football/Badminton/Golf/Yoga/Exercise Balls - Four Badminton Tennis Hold - 3 Separate Storage Rack - 4 Hooks for Fences and Concrete
- ➽Wide Range of Storage➽: Football, basketball, helmets, sports shoes, sweatshirts, jackets, windbreakers, gloves, rackets, bats, etc.Organize all your sports equipment.
- ➽Special Hooks Designs➽: 4 bat hooks to hold all types of bats,rackets and sticks.Others 4 Ordinary hooks hold gloves, backpack, helmets and all your sportswear.
- ➽Lifetime Satisfaction➽: Made of pure iron, it is sturdy and durable.Organize all your sports equipment, multi-function storage rack will help you store more than you think.
- ➽Freely Adjust the Spacing of Storage Rack➽: The position of the rack can be adjusted freely depending on the size of the sports Equipment.
- ➽Assemble According to Your Preferences➽: The product is divided into three product assembly kits, which can be installed vertically or horizontally. Free to install according to your own space.
STIGA Flow Outdoor 2-Player Table Tennis Set Includes Two Outdoor Rackets and Two Outdoor Balls
- Includes 2 Outdoor Rackets (Red and Blue) and 2 Outdoor Balls (White)
- Weather and Shock Resistant Rackets for Both Indoor and Outdoor Play
- Outdoor Balls are Water Resistant and Minimize Wind Resistance
- Rackets and Balls are Made of Durable Materials for Longevity
- Racket Performance Ratings: Speed- 45, Spin- 45, Control- 90
NOVA Walker Glide Skis, Universal Fit, One Pair, Gray
- NO MORE TENNIS BALLS! Get Walker Skis! The ideal folding walker glide option for indoor and outdoor surfaces. Safe for wood floors and easy to clean.
- ADDS STYLE, SAFETY & MOBILITY to your folding walker and easily glides over door jams and small barriers.
- EASILY ATTACHES WITH NO TOOLS REQUIRED over metal tube of folding walker. Installs in just minutes.
- UNIVERSAL FIT for all folding walker makes and models with 1 1/8” tube shaft diameter.
- DURABLE & LONG-LASTING Walker Glide Skis are made of a special engineered Thermoplastic Polyoxymethylene (POM) - designed for strength, durability and maximum stability.
Walker Coasters, Tennis Ball Yellow, 2 Count
- Glides easily over carpet, tile, wood floors, doorways, bumps, and sidewalks
- Bright, easy-to-see color
- Unique O-ring to help coasters stay snug to walker legs in all temperatures
- Protective shields prevent coasters from getting caught in doorways and thresholds or getting stepped on
- Tool-free assembly
Furniture Footies Small PreCut Tennis Balls Chair Desk Table Leg Floor Protector Pad Glides 2.4 Inch Black-16 Count
- ELIMINATES FLOOR SCRATCHING plus all screeching sounds which result in an enhanced learning environment when our tennis balls are applied to chair and desk table furniture leg bases preventing costly maintenance upkeep. Glides effortlessly all all hard floor surfaces.
- PRECUT FOR SAFETY- fits most classroom chair and desk bases up to 1.5" or less and home furniture with 1 " square & 1.25" round bases. These gliders for chair legs can easily be extended for larger leg bases.
- EASY SLIP ON DESIGN- no tools necessary when applying these precut tennis balls for chair table and desk legs.
- SMALLER MORE ATTRACTIVE SIZE- not your normal 2.5" large brightly colored precut tennis ball for furniture leg bases with a smaller size and seams blended perfectly to match the ball color.
- DURABLE LONG LASTING- quality heavy duty furniture glides that fit snug and won't loosen, split, crack or fall off chair and furniture leg bases because these floor glides for chairs have a much thicker 4mm natural rubber inner core not synthetic.
RMS Walker Glide Balls - A Set of 4 Balls with Precut Opening for Easy Installation, Fit Most Walkers (Blue)
- A set of 4 balls.
- Recommended for indoor use to protect floors from being scratched by walker.
- Pre-cut opening makes it easy to put onto walkers
- Glides smoothly & quietly across most surfaces
- Fits most walkers
Tips for Keeping Your Dog Healthy
There's the magic water bowl, the miraculously appearing dog food, the endless supply of tennis balls, the disappearing poop in the yard. Dogs have no idea what we do for them.
Dogs just think they're healthy and happy effortlessly.
They think the vet is a free volunteer. They think the long walks during which they sniff everything they already sniffed yesterday, is just to keep you company. They never offer to pay their share, or help out around the the place. Their only real responsibility is to run around getting all manic because you came back through the same door you just left from 2 hours ago. What an amazing turn of events! Yet, as I often remark to Sir Pooch upon my return, "I see you didn't even bother to do the dishes." Which in dogese is something like "I can't wait to try to yank your rope toy out of your mouth 20 times until my arm pops out of the socket."
Let's try to keep it down to 10 things to do to keep the dog healthy and happy.
1. Feed him decent dog food. Really, dogs have jaws for a reason. You can't keep serving them soft, canned, mushy mystery meat that doesn't even require mastication. And don't buy the bargain brand. Go ahead and buy the bagged dry dog food from a regional manufacturer, like the kind you find at the doggy boutique, such as the Eagle brand. It's less mechanized, hands on production and no recalls, ever. And, of course you would never give your dog people-food-table-scraps, horror of horrors. What are you looking at me for? It was only that once...a week.
2. Keep fresh water in a clean bowl accessible at all times. I know, I know, this animal would just as soon hunker down over the toilet, but discourage that. Cleaning chemicals, bacteria...all stuff the dogster can do without.
3. Keep the dog's shots up to date at the vet, give him his heartworm medicine regularly, and apply his flea and tick treatments consistently. His health maintenance will help keep him well, and you'll save money in the long run.
4. Give him fresh air and regular exercise. If you want to keep him youthful and strong as he ages, keep him active. Even if he seems to want to sleep more than he used to, he'll perk up when he sees the leash come out, or the tennis ball. He needs to move, get that heart pumping, and keep those muscles strong, if you want him around for a long time. A dog who doesn't get enough exercise will probably pay you back by becoming destructive.
5. Brush the doggy regularly. When his coat gets matted and tangled, it's uncomfortable for him, unhealthy for his skin and unsightly, too.
6. Bathe him, you know how he loves it. Not. If you hate the struggle of keeping a big wet dog in the bathtub, or making a big sloshy mess outside, you may have the option of a local dog-o-mat with an automatic dog wash. El doggo just steps up into a tub (no lifting!) is tethered there, and warm soothing water comes out of a handheld shower head you operate. He gets some massaging action, gentle rinsing and even scented conditioner, while you wear a plastic apron and dirty as many towels as you want, whadda you care, you don't have to clean up this mess. There is a gentle blow dryer, there are brushes. For about $12*, the dog gets a trip to a spa!
7. Trim his toenails. Or ask the vet's office to do it. Not only do they scratch your floors when they get long, they also get in doggy's way, and even hurt.
8. Bring him inside with you. If the doggy is trained, clean, healthy, don't you want him inside with you? If you just want a watch dog, get an alarm system. Much of the time temperatures are too extreme to keep a dog outside indefinitely. Especially as the dog ages, the cold weather is hard on his joints, and he may have arthritic pain.
9. Train him. Do the dog a favor and teach him how to be a good dog. A dog who sits on command, stays, doesn't jump on the guests, doesn't beg for food.
10. Challenge him. Train him to do tricks, to go get your slippers, to stay by the baby's crib, to catch a frisbee, to chase a ball. Dogs need mind exercise. Basically, dogs need a job. They need interactive relationships. And if you don't provide it, they'll decide their job is to bark maniacally at every leaf that falls, and to make sure none of your good shoes go unchewed.
11. Do a bunch of other stuff, too.
--Don't forget about dental health. When the vet examines the doggerino, he'll check the plaque on his teeth and let you know if there is a problem. You can learn to brush his teeth you know.
--If your dog has a phobia about storms, do not be all ooey-gooey sympathetic. Act and speak normally as if nothing is wrong. Ask the vet first, but a Benadryl capsule can calm doggy down.
--Be prepared to spend money on your dog. Vets, baths, food, medicine, shots, all cost money. If your dog requires an expensive operation that you cannot pay for, don't give up. Become educated, do some research. Find out if any other remedy ever works, or if any other vet, in an outlying little town for instance, can do the operation more cheaply.
Oops. That's more than 10 things. But your dog will never tell you this stuff, so I have to.
*Healthy Hounds in Indianapolis IN offers dog spa baths for $12 to $15. Frequent bathers get discounts too.