Our Product Review: Goose has never been a fetch obsessed dog. He’s always loved the retrieving part but never really the returning. He also loves to go get a ball and then walk two steps and lay with it for a while before engaging in play, leaving the fetch counterpart a little bored and having to walk back and forth between each ball toss. The PetSafe Automatic Ball Launcher changed all this. Goose loves this thing. When we first opened the box he was intrigued by the fresh smell of the two tennis balls that came with the launcher. He didn’t really understand what the launcher was but once we set it up outside and let a few balls launch themselves out of this it was like he found a new best friend. This thing really launches balls. Whether you’ve got a big dog, small dog, high energy or low energy dog, you can adjust the settings of the launcher to fit your dogs needs. It even has an auto rest mode to give your dog a break, perfect for those ball/fetch obsessed pups out there that would run themselves into a heart attack before taking a water break. We all know them ha. After working with Goose a few times showing him where the ball needs to go he quickly learned how it all worked. Sometimes we would put the ball back in, sometimes him. It’s a also a great option for any owner who wants to play with their dog but has limited shoulder mobility. I have two shoulder injuries of 10+ years and a few hard throws can put me out of throwing commission for a couple days. This is a great option for anyone who wants to toss a few for the pet without causing themselves any pain at the same time. Thanks to PetSafe for sending this product our way!
Company’s Description: Your dog will have a great time playing fetch with the Automatic Ball Launcher. The water-resistant launcher is great for both indoor and outdoor interactive play. With 9 distance settings and 6 angle settings the launcher shoots standard sized tennis balls between 2.5 to 9 metres and up to a 45 degree angle. Multiple built-in safety sensors keep pets and people safe while playing fetch and the automatic rest mode makes sure your dog does not get overworked.
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