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iFetch Mini Frenzy Dog Toy

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Description

Give your clever dog plenty of mental stimulation with the iFetch Mini Frenzy. It works by dropping the mini tennis ball into the top, and then it will randomly come out of one of the three chutes at the base—your dog will love to scramble and guess which way to go! It’s easy to teach him to drop the ball in himself, so it’s great for both mental and physical exercise. There’s even a hidden storage compartment on the bottom to hold the balls when not in use. The interactive toy is driven by gravity, so it requires no batteries or electricity for operation. Plus, it's so stimulating it engages your pooch with no need for a treat for calorie-free fun!

Key Benefits
  • Interactive brain game toy rewards your dog with mental stimulation with no treats needed so it's calorie-free play!
  • Built with a durable, high-quality design and includes three non-abrasive mini tennis balls that fit in a hidden storage compartment.
  • Provides much-needed exercise and mental stimulation to keep pups sharp; perfect for older pals to keep their minds fresh.
  • He’ll love to guess which way it will go, and you can teach him to drop the ball by himself for independent play.
  • Doesn't require batteries or power! Recommended for small to medium-sized pets and is portable so you can take it on the go.
What's Included

(3) non-abrasive iFetch Mini Tennis Balls that measure 1.6 inches in diameter (located in the hidden storage compartment underneath).

Every dog plays differently and, since not all toys are created equal, it’s always best to keep a close watch on your pup in case things get ruff. Supervised play will help toys last longer and most importantly keep your pal safe. No dog toy is truly indestructible, so always remove the toy from playtime if pieces begin to break off.

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  • Item Number
    115176
  • Dimensions
    11 x 9 x 9 inches
  • Weight
    3.0 pounds
  • Breed Size
    Extra Small & Toy Breeds, Small Breeds
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Toy Feature
    Exercise
Instructions

The iFetch Frenzy is non-electronic, makes no noise, and does not require batteries. The iFetch Frenzy must be used on a flat surface for both indoors and outdoors.

Training Tips

  • When teaching your dog how to play fetch, make sure you train near the iFetch Frenzy so that your dog can connect the dots between fetch and the iFetch Frenzy.
  • Train with the iFetch Frenzy at most three times a day and only for ten minutes at a time. That way, fetch stays fun and doesn’t become fetch bootcamp.
  • If you feel like your dog is getting frustrated and is unable to get the ball into the iFetch Frenzy , then just work on reinforcing any behavior toward the iFetch Frenzy 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 Frenzy at first, that’s okay. The iFetch Frenzy 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 Frenzy. This way he learns that the iFetch Frenzy is just another part of the house. With a little time, you can use treats to bring him closer to the iFetch Frenzy, teaching him to drop the ball as close to the iFetch Frenzy as possible. After a few training sessions (results may vary) your dog will learn to trust the iFetch Frenzy and then it will be playtime.
FAQ

Is this product safe for my dog?

Yes, there is no electronic component, and your pup must be supervised while in use.

What size dog can use the iFetch Frenzy?

The iFetch Frenzy is specifically designed for small to medium sized breeds.

What size balls does the iFetch Frenzy use?

The iFetch Frenzy is designed for indoor/outdoor use with miniature sized tennis balls that are 40 mm or 1.5 inches in diameter.

My dog slobbers a lot. Is that a problem?

Some dogs slobber more than others. If your dog is a heavy slobberer, you may need to wipe off the balls from time to time.

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Customer Reviews

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Training Needed

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    I love this toy for my dogs. They love to play fetch and this is a great way for them to get some exercise indoors while we are enduring several feet of snow. The only problem is...there are no instructions on how to train your dog to drop it in the hole on top. I have extremely smart dogs and they have not yet figured out that they can't grab it before it drops down that slot in the top. If someone could come train me, my dogs would have a better chance of learning this new trick. :)

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Its okay for Toy breeds

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    I have a 4 month old puppy who weighs about 20 pounds but the tennis balls included are way to small and are a choking hazard for her. They may be okay for toy breeds however.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    May or may not work for you

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    I am not happy with this toy. The ball does not "shoot" out but rather comes out at slow roll, and only just grabs the attention of my dog. The balls are very small and I am afraid for my dog to play with them as he could easily swallow them. Be sure that it is size appropriate for you dog.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Best on hard floors

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    This is gravity-propelled, so while it works on carpet, the balls roll farther on hard floors. Multiple exit holes for random launch directions. Best for puppies or small dogs. My son's cat plays fetch and enjoys it.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    not that great

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    the balls are about the size of a pool ball, my dogs not interested in it, its smaller than it seems and not that thrilling for my dog.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Frency dog toy

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    There's nothing wrong with this item it's trying to train dogs to put ball in hole. Still don't understand just play with the balls.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Ehhhhhh...

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    My dog doesnt want much to do with it. I have a cavalier king charles spaniel so perfect for his size but he could care less about it and he loves playing ball and puzzle games so i figured the combined 2 would be perfect but nope.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    This DOES NOT TOSS BALLS into the air!

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    This is ridiculous. Based on price alone, this SHOULD BE a miniature version of the larger one that electronically tosses the ball, with force, just like someone throwing it. This one? You drop a ball in the top hole and it will slooowly roll out a hole in the bottom. NO AUTOMATION AT ALL. Waste of money, and as someone else said, is a "bait and switch". This should be no more than $10, considering it's a big hunk of plastic with holes, and nothing more.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    My Salvation!?

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    My dog is ball obsessed and I hoped she would use this to ‘toss’ the balls herself. Just couldn’t get her to do it. Loves balls but the ones that come with this iFetch are not sturdy. She chewed them up fast and it doesn’t work with other balls, just the ones provided. It was worth a try.....

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Terrible Toy

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    I have tried for a long time and the dog will not put the ball in the container. Sorry I spent the money.

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