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iFetchToo Dog Ball Machine for Large Dogs

iFetchToo Dog Ball Machine for Large Dogs

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Description

What Our Top Dog Says About The iFetch Too Dog Ball Machine for Large Dogs:

The iFetch Too Dog Ball Machine for Large Dogs will keep your doggie entertained and give them the exercise they crave, even on snowy or hot days. Under-exercise is the number one cause of bad behavior in dogs.

Under-exercise is the number one cause of bad behavior in dogs.

"…made for relentless, fetch-obsessed canines…most dogs are driven to ecstasy by the device.”  New York Times

"The iFetch Too dog ball machine is simple to use. All you need to do is drop in a ball, and it’s playtime."  Modern Dog

Here Are The Doggie Details for the iFetch Too for larger dogs:

  • The iFetch Too offers bigger balls and a longer throwing range than the original iFetch
  • You can set the launch distance to either 10, 25 or 40 feet
  • iFetch Too "Tuff" balls are 2.5 inches in diameter, the same size as a tennis ball. They are felted like tennis balls, but are made for dogs and are non-abrasive on their teeth. 
  • Includes a built-in rechargeable battery
  • Comes with an AC Adapter for 110 and 220 volts
  • Three "Tuff" balls are included

iFetch Training Tips

  • When teaching your dog how to play fetch, make sure you train near the iFetch Too so that your dog can connect the dots between fetch & iFetch Too.
  • Train with the iFetch Too 2-3 times a day and only for ten minutes at a time. That way fetch stays fun.
  • If you feel like your dog is getting frustrated and is unable to get the ball into the iFetch Too, then just work on reinforcing any behavior toward the iFetch Too and make sure your dog gets rewarded.
  • If your dog attempts to get the reward via other behaviors (e.g. rolling over, jumping up, shaking paws, etc.), it’s important that you NOT reward these behaviors.
  • If your dog is cautious around the iFetch Too at first, that’s okay. The iFetch Too is new and different and he’s probably not sure what it is. You can start by rewarding him for just going near the iFetch Too. This way he learns that the iFetch Too is just another part of the house. With a little time, you can use treats to bring him closer to the iFetch Too, teaching him to drop the ball as close to the iFetch Too as possible.
  • After a few training sessions (results may vary) your dog will learn to trust the iFetch Too and then it will be playtime.
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    Customer Reviews

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