iFetch Too Ball Launcher is an interactive toy for medium to large dogs, it provides hours of stimulating fun and exercise for your dog and for you too. Please see main description for more information:
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Uses standard Size Tennis Balls
The iFetch Too designed for medium to large dogs is the perfect companion for your bounding Beagle, rambunctious Rotty or very fast Visla
Frequently Asked Questions:
What comes with my iFetch Too:
Your iFetch Too comes with three balls and a charger for the internal rechargeable battery.
Are iFetch Ball Launchers Safe:
When introducing your dog to the iFetch or iFetch Too, we recommend that you teach him or her to stay behind the product (or to the side of it) as the product prepares to launch. At its highest launch setting (9 metres for the iFetch, 12.2 metres for the iFetch Too), the product can toss the ball at speeds which could injure your dog, especially if they are standing directly in front of the product. While most dogs learn very quickly where to stand to avoid getting hit by the ball, adult human supervision is recommended until your dog is fully trained.
My Dog Slobbers a lot is that a problem:
Some dogs slobber more than others. If your dog is a heavy slobberer, you may need to wipe off the balls from time to time.
What size balls does the iFetch Too use:
The iFetch Too uses standard size tennis balls. The iFetch Too balls that are included with each iFetch Too measure 63.5mm in diameter, however the iFetch Too will work with any ball measuring 61mm-68.5mm in diameter.
How Far with the iFetch Tool throw the ball:
The iFetch Too has three launch distance settings, 3, 7.3, or 12.2 metres, and a fourth option for a random launch distance setting. To set the launch distance, all you have to do is press the button the back to cycle through the settings (switching the safety switch to red if you want to launch further than 3 metres). The light will turn off after 30 seconds, but the iFetch Too will remain on (in standby mode) until you drop another ball in the funnel.
Whether your dog has been playing fetch for years or if this is his first time, the following training tips from professional dog trainer, Nichole Ellis, will help your dog learn how to play with the iFetch in no time at all.
When teaching your dog how to play fetch, make sure you train near the iFetch so that your dog can connect the dots between fetch and the iFetch.