iFetch - The Ultimate Automatic Ball Launcher For Little Dogs.

by Tom Jeffrey April 01, 2017

iFetch - The Ultimate Automatic Ball Launcher For Little Dogs.

If you're looking for an interactive toy for your ball crazy small dog to play with, check out the award-winning iFetch. What's iFetch? It's an automatic ball launcher that tosses mini tennis balls for your dog to retrieve.

You can train your small dog to drop a mini iFetch ball into the wide funnel on top of iFetch and the machine will launch the ball for your dog to fetch. Your dog can play fetch as long as he likes. It's a great way to provide mental and physical stimulation for your dog.   
iFetch ready to play

iFetch isn't designed to let pet parents off the hook from playing with their dog. This automatic ball thrower safely gives your dog the freedom to play his/her favorite game when you're not home. It's also a great dog toy for people who work at home with a dog that has a high play drive. iFetch lets your dog have fun while you get your work done. 

iFetch is also a nice way to let children play fetch with your pup because it controls where and how far the ball will be tossed. No more worries about pictures or knick-knacks being knocked over. Remember to always supervise children when they're playing with your dog and iFetch.
Is it really safe to use iFetch indoors? Yes because the toy has three distance settings of 10, 20 or 30 feet. Assuming you have a clear path of a little over 10 feet in your living or playroom, you'll be good to go. iFetch is powered by plugging it into a wall or by using six C size batteries. 

iFetch outdoors

You can use iFetch outdoors as well. If you have room in your yard, you can set iFetch to throw the mini tennis balls 30 feet, which will be more challenging and fun for your dog. 

yorkie and iFetch
Wondering your dog will be able to figure out how to use iFetch? Depending on your dog, he or she may figure out how to use iFetch in minutes, while others may take a few training sessions to use it.

iFetch has a series of videos showing you how to teach your dog to enjoy iFetch. If you're reading this, chances are, your dog already has the fetching part down. Your next job will be teaching your pooch how to drop the mini tennis ball into the automatic ball thrower. Once the dog gets it, it's all fun and games!

iFetch sells for $114.99
and is in stock now and ready to ship. 

Tom Jeffrey
Tom Jeffrey


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