iFetch for Dogs


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. 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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iFetch Frenzy- $41.50


We think this is the best invention ever! This is a great way to get your pooch moving and having fun! And a active healthy dog is a happy dog!

If your dog already loves to play fetch, it should be pretty easy to learn. Some iFetch customers have told us it took them less than 20 minutes (and a handful of treats) to teach their dogs how to use the iFetch.

We've done extensive testing of iFetch and we have found that it will keep throwing balls for approximately 30 hours on a fully charged set of 6 c-cell batteries.

Your iFetch comes with three balls and an AC adapter for 110 and 220 volts. Batteries are not included. The iFetch is designed for indoor/outdoor use with miniature tennis balls that are 40mm or 1.5 inches in diameter (the same size as most miniature tennis balls.

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Whether your dog has been playing fetch for years or if this is his first time, the following training tips from professional dog trainer, Nichole Ellis, will help your dog learn how to play with the iFetch in no time at all.

When teaching your dog how to play fetch, make sure you train near the iFetch so that your dog can connect the dots between fetch and the iFetch.

Train with the iFetch 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 , then just work on reinforcing any behavior toward the iFetch 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 at first, that's okay. The iFetch 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. This way he learns that the iFetch is just another part of the house. With a little time, you can use treats to bring him closer to the iFetch, teaching him to drop the ball as close to the iFetch as possible. After a few training sessions (results may vary) your dog will learn to trust the iFetch and then it will be playtime.

Hello everybody! I recently got iFetch from my parents, I'm still learning but already loving it! When I sense it's preparing to launch I get so excited, I almost can't hold myself. :) It's the best toy for sure!

Log the Bulldog (and Daniel the Owner)

Just got our iFetch a couple days ago and she loves it. Plays with it for hours. Thank You!

Brandon Alfred

Last week it was raining and I was down with allergies. I was thankful to have my iFetch. Riley was pooped from playing without having to wear me out.

Chaity with Riley

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