What Our Top Dog Says About The LED Dog Ball:
The Niteize Light Up Dog Ball is an LED powered dog ball that is both bright and durable. Our customer’s love this ball and has become one of the favorite dog toys on our site! The bright lighted ball helps you and your dog see the ball at night. The Niteize Light Up Dog Ball is cleverly designed, it is strong enough to not turn off when you throw it or the dog bites on it. Have a ball of a time with your dog; buy yours today.
Here Are The Doggie Details:
- Durable LED Ball for nighttime play
- WORKS in the IfetchToo Dog Ball Machine!
- Replaceable batteries - turn on and off by pressing and holding switch
- Comes with batteries (CR 2016V). Batteries on sale at half price
- Water resistant and floats
- Made of extra durable rubber to stand up to repeated use (not intended as a chew toy)
- Favorite of jugglers, too
- Easily replaceable batteries included
- Available in red or Disc-O (micro-chip controlled LED that cycles through the color spectrum)
- Diameter: 2.55" (64.7mm)
- The same size as a tennis ball
- Works in the ifetchToo large ball machine
- Durable rubber construction
Top Dog Tips About The LED Dog Ball :
- The trick to turn it on is to place it on a table and push down with your palm on the battery department. SHHH - don't tell your dog!
- The ON/ OFF mechanism is designed to be hard to turn on and off. It prevents the ball from accidentally turning off & the batteries from falling out.
- To turn it on-apply pressure to the battery pack
- To turn on/off, press and hold momentarily until flashing stops
- To change the batteries, prop open the battery pack with a screwdriver
What Comes In The Doggie Bag:
- One (1) LED Dog Ball - GlowStreak
- Two CR2032 batteries
We just received the light balls from you and I had to share our story. "Brolin" is an 8-month-old Weimaraner who was found as a stray a couple weeks ago in IL. He was on the euthanasia list at animal control because he was classified as "unadoptable" because he is blind.
We volunteer for Great Lakes Weimaraner Rescue and even though we have 5 special-needs weim rescues in our family now, we agreed to foster him. He was seen by an ophthalmologist on Monday and was diagnosed with a congenital eye issue that cannot be corrected, although the vet said he could distinguish between light and dark and see movement via shadows. It is not painful, and he will be on anti-inflammatory drops the rest of his life. Below is a picture of him literally chasing, tracking and capturing your AWESOME light ball tonight. I believe it is the first time he as ever played fetch in his life! Of course, we are now relegated to playing with him one-on-one after dark, but our new boy can see light, and we are so happy for him. THANK YOU for the joy your product has given our baby "Brolin."
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