Automatic dog ball launcher (medium and large dogs)
From iFetch: For Dogs Who Love to Play Fetch
Our take on the iFetch Too by Crutchfield's Eric Angevine
iFetch Too keeps your pup active and happy so everyone enjoys family time.
iFetch lets you rest your throwing arm
I love playing fetch with my energetic hound dog Ginny, but my arm gets tired long before she does. That's where iFetch comes in — it fires out tennis balls for your pet to chase, bring back, and reload. This launcher includes three balls appropriately sized for medium and large dogs.
Just show your pooch how to drop one in the hopper on top, and the tireless iFetch keeps the game going. It's great for your dog's fitness routine, and leaves you free to finish chores, play with the kids, or just relax and enjoy "fetch" as a spectator sport.
Keep your pet happy and healthy
Pets — like their owners — can become sedentary. We believe pet technology can help. Use a pet fitness tracker to determine how much food and exercise your companion needs. Then use an automatic feeder and an exercise toy like the iFetch to maintain a healthy balance. Even super-busy pet parents can look forward to a happy, healthy, loving life with pets.
- portable automatic ball launcher keeps dogs happy and active
- your dog can re-load the machine by placing a ball in the intake hopper
- three felted, non-abrasive "Tuff" balls included
- adjustable launch distance
- fire balls 10, 25, or 40 feet from launcher
- variable setting keeps your dog guessing where the next one will go
- AC charger included
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- iFetch Too ball launcher
- 3 Tennis balls
- AC adapter with attached 7.5' DC output cord (DC Output: 14.4-14.8V 0.8A)
- Set Up and Play Instructions
- Quick Start Guide
- Product Registration card
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Overview: The iFetch Too is an automatic ball launcher that will keep your dog (and you) entertained for hours. It can launch standard-sized tennis balls (2.5" diameter) up to 40 feet. iFetch Too can be safely used indoors or outdoors, and is powered by AC power or the built-in rechargeable battery. It is recommended for medium to large breeds. The iFetch Too comes with three tennis balls and an AC adapter.
Variable Launch Distances: You can set the iFetch Too to launch the tennis balls at three different distances: 10 feet, 25 feet, or 40 feet. A fourth setting launches the ball at a random distance between 10 and 40 feet. A slide switch on the back of the unit lets you cycle through the settings.
Training: If your dog already loves to play fetch, using iFetch Too should be easy. If not, you should train your dog for about ten minutes, two to three times a day. Positive reinforcement (i.e. treats) may be required at first to get your pet to interact with the iFetch Too. You should teach him or her to stand behind or beside the launcher until they learn not to stand where they will be hit by the ball. It is best to supervise your pet until your dog is fully trained.
"Tuff" Balls: The "Tuff" balls that are included with the iFetch Too are felted like standard tennis balls, but are made for dogs, and are non-abrasive on their teeth. iFetch Too will also accept standard 2.5" diameter tennis balls, or any ball measuring 2.4"-2.7" in diameter. Additional "Tuff" balls are available in a 3-pack.
Power Requirements: The iFetch Too is powered by normal household current, and comes with an AC adapter with a 7.5' cord. You can also operate the unit using the built-in rechargeable battery. The battery charges in 2 to 8 hours.
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