iFetch Interactive Ball Launchers for Dogs

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Do dogs like iFetch?

iFetch won the coveted “Best in Show” award at SuperZoo, the pet industry’s largest trade show, and “First Place” at the Global Pet Expo’s New Product Showcase. The best praise for us, though, is seeing dogs enjoy it.

What is iFetch?

iFetch is an award-winning automatic ball launcher that provides a fun new twist to the game of fetch!

Can you use other balls in iFetch?

You can purchase additional iFetch Too balls online or can use other balls that meet the size requirements. The original iFetch launches balls 10, 20 or 30 feet. The iFetch 2 launches balls even further at 10, 25 or 40 feet and it is very easy to switch between the different settings.

What size are iFetch balls?

The iFetch is designed for indoor/outdoor use with miniature tennis balls that are 40mm or 1.5 inches in diameter (the same size as most miniature tennis balls that you can find in pet stores).

iFetch: First Impressions and Review

We’ll be giving the iFetch a thorough examination. We purchased the iFetch and put it to the test to see if it really does three different settings. It has three settings: 10 feet, 20 feet, and 30 feet. You simply plug them in, and it’s now at a distance of 30 feet. This is the starting point. When you touch it, it indicates that the ball has passed through, and there are rotating wheels inside that spin the ball out.

Teaching how to put the ball in took about two days. He probably put in about 9 to 15 minutes of training per day and eventually learned how to put it up himself. Another feature of the iFetch is that it’s all about your dog, so we’re very careful about placing the ball and leaving it alone. When our dog poked the iFetch a few times, the ball became dislodged and didn’t trigger the iFetch to come out. As a result, it was a major issue for us.

We’ll eventually get to the point where he can play with it safely and effectively at home. He’ll get the hang of it eventually, and he’ll be able to consistently put the ball in the iFetch. After only a few days of training, this is fantastic progress. Overall, some of the benefits include the ability to keep your dog mentally and physically stimulated.

I don’t think the balls are very long-lasting. I’d suggest looking for some higher-quality balls that will fit in the iFetch. If your dog manages to destroy the ball and refuses to pass through the machine. The iFetch is a very sensitive device. This machine has a fairly steep learning curve. You should be willing to teach it to your dog. He was able to play by himself once he was finished and had established a routine.

If you have a dog who can pull it off, I think this is a great toy. This will keep a lot of dogs entertained for a long time. It’s made of plastic and is quite durable. Some disadvantages include the fact that it is connected to a wired electric outlet cord, limiting it to use near an outlet or with an extension cord.