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Review: PetSafe Automatic Tennis Ball Launcher

Playing fetch is a great way to get your dog to exercise, and it will be a lot of fun for both of you. Fetch engages your dog's mind and body. Some breeds, like retrievers and other hunting dogs, enjoy fetching more than most. These dogs could play fetch all day with seemingly endless energy. The PetSafe Automatic Ball Launcher was designed for these types of dogs. It throws a ball between 8-30 feet and features 9 distance settings and 6 angle settings. It can be used indoors or outside, and offers safety features to protect your pet from getting hit with a ball.

Review: Hyper Pet K9 Kannon Tennis Ball Launcher

If your dog likes to play fetch, a ball launcher is just what you need! The Hyper Pet K9 Kannon chucks a tennis ball so you don't have to! It even allows for hands-free pickup. Yep! That's right, no more picking up wet, drool covered tennis balls.

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Tennis balls may just be our dogs’ favorite things after “chicken”.  Nothing brings them as much joy as chasing after tennis balls and totally...

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