Your canine companion will “have a ball” playing with Spunky Pup’s Ball Blaster Dog Toy. This launcher can send tennis balls flying up to 60+ feet in the air—now that’s an exciting game of fetch! This nifty gadget also allows for hands-free pickup—that means no more slobbery fingers or strained backs. The ergonomic pre-curved sleek design is easy and comfortable to hold and the toy is a cinch to use. Simply pump the air and then launch the ball into the sky to really get your hound going!
This lightweight launcher can send balls soaring up to 60 feet in the air!
Allows for convenient hands-free pickup so you don’t have to bend down and pick up your dog’s slobbery toy.
100% powered by air—that means no hazardous springs or elastic bands.
The more air you pump into the toy, the further the ball will go!
Comes with one tennis ball, so you can get the fun started right away!
It’s easier to just throw the ball rather than all the pump action required, and the ball still wouldn’t shoot out. My dog chewed off yellow fuzz on ball so he had fun.
on Jan 7, 2021
After spending a good bit of time pumping the gun, the ball either doesn't shoot out at all or it goes about 4 feet. Terrible misrepresentation.
on May 13, 2020
Shoots the ball about 3 feet, if that... I do not recommend
toy doesnt work
on Nov 20, 2019
This thing doesn't even launch the ball 10 feet. Idk how in the world they got it to do that in the video. I got mad after shooting it twice and never picked it back up.. get a better brand don't waste your money!
on May 25, 2019
Just received ours and must agree. Don't bother. Wish we'd seen jagfangrandma's review before we ordered it. She's right on. First time we fired it went about 3 feet - straight into the dog's mouth. Second try took nearly 30 pumps (first 5-10 don't even take)and the ball went all of 15 feet. Whoo. Going back to our trusty K-9 Kannon
on May 18, 2019
This thing didn't throw the ball 10 feet and even that was an effort to get it to throw that far. Don't waste your money. 10 feet is nothing for our golden retriever he's at the ball site before the ball even gets there.