Hyper Pet Tennis Balls 4 Pack Orange - Canine Company

Not your everyday tennis ball. Pet Safe Balls – Made of Grade A Rubber. Promotes Dental Health.
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The Hyper Pet K-9 Kannon is a patented ball launcher in the shape of a cannon! The K-9 Kannon offers hands free pickup and has storage for one additional ball, and it comes with 2 standard-sized tennis balls.
Not your everyday tennis ball. Pet Safe Balls – Made of Grade A Rubber. Promotes Dental Health.
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Fetch is a great activity to play with your dog, but most dogs need a little help to learn how to play. It’s not difficult to , so grab a bag of and some tennis balls or a favorite toy, and head outside for a training session. A tennis ball is safe for dogs as long as you control when and how your pet plays with it. Not your everyday tennis ball. Pet Safe Balls – Made of Grade A Rubber. Promotes Dental Health.
Photo provided by FlickrNot your everyday tennis ball. Pet Safe Balls – Made of Grade A Rubber. Promotes Dental Health.
Photo provided by FlickrNot your everyday tennis ball. Pet Safe Balls – Made of Grade A Rubber. Promotes Dental Health.
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. Throw, fling, shoot, chew, toss, bounce, fetch, catch... the possibilities are always endless with Hyper Pet's tennis balls. There's a reason it's a tried-and-true, dog-approved classic!The PetSafe came on the market in 2016 as an alternative to the iFetch Too. It uses tennis ball-sized balls and comes in an attractive purple and grey color scheme. . Throw, fling, shoot, chew, toss, bounce, fetch, catch... the possibilities are always endless with Hyper Pet's tennis balls. There's a reason it's a tried-and-true, dog-approved classic!The organization hopes the cute video raises awareness of local animal shelters around the country. You can help by donating to your favorite shelter or tagging them in the . In the spirit of honoring Everything, the pet care company will send the shelter a bag of tennis balls.The idea especially struck a chord with the team at Dan's Dog Walking and Pet Sitting in Port Washington, New York. To honor Everything and to raise awareness of shelter dogs, they decided to treat rescue dogs to tennis balls.Questions about the safety of pet toys continue to haunt Nancy Rogers. They’re questions the Illinois dog owner has tried to get answered since 2007, when she hired a laboratory to test the lead content in 24 of her Shelties’ chew toys. The tests revealed that one of her dogs’ tennis balls contained 335.7 parts per million (ppm) of lead, an amount that, at the time, fell far below the levels allowed in children’s toys. Today, however, that amount exceeds the 300 ppm federal standard for lead in children’s toys.Here’s a product that is a nice compromise between the expensive electronic models and the cheap hand version. The is a plastic gun that shoots tennis balls around 30 feet or so. Some users have complained that the range isn’t big enough, but if you wanted to heave balls by hand, you could do that without a machine. The Hyper Pet is for folks that want to avoid tiring out their arms and prefer to simply squeeze a trigger instead.Interestingly, soft toys made specifically for dogs can also cause blunting over time, and because there are no government standards for pet toys and many are produced outside of the US, toys may contain toxic substances. Tennis balls used for the sport are regulated and contain no lead, while tennis balls made for dogs aren’t regulated and are more likely to contain lead.