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Chuckit! Sport Launcher, Color Varies

Chuckit! Sport Launcher, Color Varies

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    LOVE LOVE LOVE

    By Zero on Nov 14, 2019

    I need to give this two reviews, really, for two different dogs. Benny: australian shepherd/rottweiler mix. 4 years old when i adopted him. RIDICULOUS amounts of energy and play drive. Chuck-its were my saving grace when I had him, let me tell you that I am NOT exaggerating when I say that the only I need to give this two reviews, really, for two different dogs. Benny: australian shepherd/rottweiler mix. 4 years old when i adopted him. RIDICULOUS amounts of energy and play drive. Chuck-its were my saving grace when I had him, let me tell you that I am NOT exaggerating when I say that the only way I was able to keep him content all day was to walk nearly an hour to the nearest big park, stand on top of a hill and throw his toy down the hill for nearly an hour, and then walk all the way back. Almost 3 hours of exercise EVERY SINGLE DAY. The only other toy that compared with this one at all was his lure pole, but he managed to break that constantly so this one was the only one that worked AND lasted. Zero: labrador/rottweiler mix. 1y4m when I adopted him. Listed as medium to low energy by the shelter. He only just recently got his first chuckit (this specific listing) and he LOVES it. It takes maybe 15 minutes to wear him out with it (on flat ground) but it's the only toy that really allows him to sprint instead of just kind of bouncing around. It's not the best toy for him since he needs more mental stimulation than physical, but it's still an excellent addition to his collection. I may start using this before events where I'll need him to be calm and tuckered out, such as routine vet visits or going to the groomer. It does throw the ball FAR though, so this is not an at home toy unless you have a HUGE yard. I also highly recommend getting brightly colored balls that will stand out against the grass, as your dog is likely to lose sight of the ball sometimes and they need to be able to find it again (unless you want to walk out to show them where it is) Last big point is that you don't have to touch the ball! It's very easy to pick up a ball with this without even bending over much, even balls that have been broken some. … more

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    The original is MUCH better

    By Rebecca on Jan 1, 2020

    I lost my original Chuck it launcher and decided to replace it with the Sport because it cost only a few more cents. I figure there must be some kind of extra features like grip or something. Conversely, the Chuck It original has an ergonomic grip and is a much more intuitive throw. I find with the I lost my original Chuck it launcher and decided to replace it with the Sport because it cost only a few more cents. I figure there must be some kind of extra features like grip or something. Conversely, the Chuck It original has an ergonomic grip and is a much more intuitive throw. I find with the sport I am driving the ball into the ground on a lot of throws. And to have it go high I stop in such a way that probably isn't good for my should. 1000X yes, chuck it original! No to Sport launcher :/ … more

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