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iFetch Interactive Ball Thrower for Dogs- Launches Mini Tennis Balls, Small
Mini Bouncies are made with an extra thick rubber core and heavy duty felt, making them the toughest tennis balls on the market! These pressure-less tennis balls make the most durable pet balls. Mini size is approximately 50mm and is designed for smaller pets (smaller dogs and cats).
Smaller dogs who have had difficulty holding tennis balls will love the KONG AirDog Extra Small Squeaker Balls for their size and squeakability. For dogs who were never able to pick up tennis balls, their small size will serve as a big surprise to petite pets who have always wanted a pet toy that they can pick up. The packs come with three mini tennis balls to a pack, each one inch in diameter, so your dog can have balls for outside and inside play.
mini tennis balls, and it's suitable for small dogs only.
Zanies Mini Tennis Balls are sized just right for small dogs.
For the price of the product we were surprised to see it came with 4 balls – most ball launchers come with one or two. The Nerf Dog Ball Blaster uses standard 2.5” tennis balls which are very high quality with tightly woven fuzz so your dogs don’t sit there and pull them apart. We really like that it uses standard tennis balls since many automatic ball launchers come with mini tennis balls; for example, the iFetch uses 1.5” tennis balls and the SmartPult uses 2” tennis balls. is one of the original manufacturers to introduce interactive ball launchers to the masses. Their flagship iFetch ball thrower is designed for small to medium sized dogs and launches 1.5” mini tennis balls at an adjustable distance of 10, 20, or 30 feet.It’s playtime. Whether you’re at work, at home or on vacation, the iFetch makes everyone happy by bringing a fun, new twist to the familiar game of fetch. Perfect for indoor and outdoor play, the award-winning iFetch launches miniature tennis balls 10, 20, or 30 feet, saving the day (and your arm) when you’re too tired (or too busy) to keep playing. Invented by the Hamill family in Austin, Texas, the idea for the iFetch was born when their toy poodle, Prancer, turned out to be a fetching fanatic. After a few prototypes and an incredibly successful Kickstarter campaign, the iFetch is now a global phenomenon, giving dogs around the world the opportunity to play fetch to their hearts’ content. With the iFetch by your side, your fetch-loving dog will never be bored again.Add more fun to training or exercise with your favorite dog with Hyper Pet Mini Tennis Balls for Dogs. A smaller version of Hyper Pet's Pet Safe Tennis Balls, this 4 pack of balls work great for smaller dogs with smaller mouths. Safer for dog's teeth...