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Introducing the iFetch Frenzy!

The Frenzy is the latest pet toy from iFetch, the people who keep on revolutionizing the game of fetch for dogs and their owners.
This time no batteries or electricity are required!

The iFetch Frenzy is an interactive, gravity-driven take on fetching fun. It’s our first non-electronic fetch toy, and it’s an exciting new addition to the iFetch family of products. It retails for just $39.95. Great for small spaces, the Frenzy works with miniature tennis balls (1.5″ diameter) on any flat surface, indoors or outdoors. The hidden storage space for balls on the bottom is one of our favorite features!

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Meet iFetch

The automatic ball launcher
pet toy for small to medium sized dogs.

iFetch Original Pet Toy

  • Launches 1.5″ miniature tennis balls
  • Adjustable launch distance: 10, 20, or 30 feet
  • Perfect for indoor or outdoor use
  • Fun for dogs AND owners
  • Durable, high-quality design and construction


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Meet iFetch Too

The automatic ball launcher
pet toy for medium to large sized dogs.

iFetch Too Pet Toy

  • Launches 2.5″ standard-sized tennis balls
  • Adjustable launch distance: 10, 25, 40 feet or random
  • Perfect for indoor or outdoor use
  • Built-in rechargeable battery
  • Durable, high-quality design and construction


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