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iFetch Frenzy

Interactive ball game for small to medium-sized dogs

Item # 497W100

Drop a mini tennis ball in the top of the iFetch Frenzy, and watch your canine friend try to figure out where...

Drop a mini tennis ball in the top of the iFetch Frenzy, and watch your canine friend try to figure out where...

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Item # 497W100

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About the iFetch Frenzy

Have a ball with your dog

Drop a mini tennis ball in the top of the iFetch Frenzy, and watch your canine friend try to figure out where it will come out. The ball randomly drops out of one of three holes at the bottom for your dog to chase — surprise is at least half the fun.

Have a ball with your dog

Drop a mini tennis ball in the top of the iFetch Frenzy, and watch your canine friend try to figure out where it will come out. The ball randomly drops out of one of three holes at the bottom for your dog to chase — surprise is at least half the fun.

Teach your pooch to reload the Frenzy, and he'll have hours of fun.

Teach your pooch to reload the Frenzy, and he'll have hours of fun.

The Frenzy comes with three 1-1/2", non-abrasive tennis balls to get you started. Gravity does the work, so you don't have to worry about charging batteries or plugging it in.

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Product highlights:

  • ball dropped in the top randomly rolls out of 1 of 3 chutes at the base
  • three 1-1/2" tennis balls included
  • no batteries required
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee
  • MFR # W-100

What's in the box:

  • iFetch Frenzy interactive dog toy
  • 3 Miniature tennis balls (in base)
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Product Registration card

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Features

Overview: The iFetch Frenzy is an interactive, gravity-driven fetching toy that will keep your dog (and you) entertained for hours. When you insert a 1.5" miniature tennis ball in the top, the ball randomly rolls out of one of three chutes in the base. iFetch Frenzy provides great mental and physical exercise for your pet. It requires no batteries or AC power -- it is not electronic. Three miniature iFetch tennis balls are included, and can be stored in a hidden compartment on the bottom. iFetch Frenzy is recommended for small to medium-sized dogs.

iFetch "Tuff" Balls: The iFetch miniature "Tuff" balls that are included with the iFetch Frenzy are felted like regular tennis balls, but are made for dogs, and are non-abrasive on their teeth. Additional miniature "Tuff" balls are available in a 5-pack.

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Customer Q&A

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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Web search [ Jerry  Aug 14, 2019 ]
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Our dog is always bugging us to throw the ball. This should keep her entertained! [ Carole  Jul 27, 2019 ]
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Customer service recommended (Eddie) the speaker as a good alternative, and Crutchfield has never led me wrong before! [ Matthew  Nov 26, 2018 ]
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keep pup occupied [ gary  Nov 26, 2018 ]
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I bought this for my Bella, who loves to play ball so I am hoping this will get her some exercise as well as give her something to do while I am at work. [ Dulcie  Oct 21, 2018 ]
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Look fun for my puppy [ Cherly  Sep 10, 2018 ]
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Looking for a toy that can keep my dogs engaged in self play. [ Mary  Mar 16, 2018 ]
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My dog needs it badly [ Angelica Eve  Mar 09, 2018 ]
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My dog loves to play for a long time hopefully this will help me out on the days I do not have a lot of time to spend with him. [ GREGORY  Feb 11, 2018 ]
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For our poppy dont stress while working [ Oscar  Feb 11, 2018 ]
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I have a Yorkie that loves to play ball...this is for her Christmas gift...I just know she will love it!!! [ Barbara  Dec 15, 2017 ]
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My dog loves playing with her ball outdoors so got this hoping she can play indoors with it!! [ Joni  Nov 20, 2017 ]
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Looks like dog fun. [ Rand  Jun 01, 2017 ]
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6 questions already asked

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Can you get extra balls?
[ ANN  Aug 17, 2018 ]
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Yes you can - I bought extra with the ball thrower
[ Jeanette  Aug 18, 2018 ]
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Yes
[ Mark  Aug 17, 2018 ]
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Yes. On Amazon.
[ Robert H.  Aug 17, 2018 ]
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How tall is it? I have a dog that is 5 pounds. I want him to be able to load it himself.
[ Ray  Dec 24, 2017 ]
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Heres the real question, does your dog really want to play fetch? If so, then to be perfectly honest IFetch frenzy will bore him. It's an OK product for let's say 'kittens', but if your pooch wants excitement then you want the IFetch, which is what I purchased for my weenie dog, yes it's more costly but is worth every penny, and it's even shorter then the frenzy. The balls merely roll out about a foot from the IFetch frenzy via gravity, whereas the balls from the IFetch are thrust out and have 10ft, 20ft & 30ft options! I love it & my dog is in Heaven! Good luck
[ PAULA  Dec 24, 2017 ]
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How tall is it? My dog is only 5-1/2 pounds.
[ Len  Dec 17, 2017 ]
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The balls are dispensed from the bottom, your dog doesn't have to reach the top. He/she just has to chase after them.
[ ARTESIA  Dec 17, 2017 ]
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Will the ball roll very far on carpet?
[ Katharine  Nov 12, 2017 ]
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Since the balls are felted (like tennis balls), they would would likely roll out a little further on bare surfaces instead of carpet. However, the iFetch Frenzy can still be fun for you pet on carpeted floors! For more details or to discuss further, please feel free to contact an Advisor directly by phone (888.955.6000) or online chat. Thanks! :)
[ Larry  Nov 15, 2017 ]  Staff
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How far does the ball go? Will my dog get to chase it down the hall or will he get it as soon as it's launched?
[ Jen  Oct 24, 2017 ]
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The "Tuff" balls will randomly roll out of one of three chutes in the base so, no. the dog should not be able to get the ball as soon as it is launched.
[ Ryan  Oct 30, 2017 ]  Staff
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