The Pet Treat Catapult Feeder is a really fun tool for training your pets. This tool is synthesized using a spring device that releases the pet snack into the air, so the pet can easily grab it off its path. This feeder helps create a fun exercise that your dog will really enjoy since he will be getting treats all through.
It is made with non-toxic ABS plastic and comes with a wrist wrap that makes it portable. With its ergonomic handle, you will be able to enjoy a comfortable grip. It is pretty easy to use too. All have to do is load your pet’s favorite treat into the feeder, press the button, and have a spring-loaded trigger to launch the treats. The treat will instantly eject from the catapult feeder when you push the trigger. When you press the button, the treats can go quite high, as far as 1.7m from the shooting spot, this will help cultivate your pets’ jumping ability. You no longer need to hold those treats and worry about getting the crumbs on your hands. You can now keep your hands free to pet your dog.
This tool will help improve your interaction with your pet and increase your dog’s general awareness. It is environmentally friendly and totally safe for you and your pet. This device is portable and can be easily carried around whenever you go out with your pet. It is about 11cm long, 3cm wide, and 19cm high.
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Marcus Clark –
Our lab is an absolute fuzzball of energy and this catapult feeder helps me match his energy. I’ve been able to cut down the time spent on walks by using this to play with him in the past week. I think I’ll be using this feeder as a form of exercise primarily.
Todd Richards –
I’m having a blast with this catapult feeder. Its great exercise for my dogs, and I also get to test their athletic abilities. This is honestly a genius idea and I’ve been able to get the zoomies off the both of them while they enjoy some nice treats.
Wayne M. –
My overly excited Husky is going bananas over this thing. Its nice to see him happy as he gets to finally enjoy the winter! I’m impressed with how well the catapult throws these snacks.
Kevin W. –
I have a really lazy dog and treats, food or toilet time are the only things that can make him move from his lying position. When he was still a young puppy, he was still somewhat active but these past few months, he just lies on his dog bed or my laps when I sit on the couch which made me really worried. I tried a few other toys but so far, the treat catapult feeder has given the best results. I think it’s because the treats we put in this treat feeder are much smaller and he has to spend some time and effort to find them if he can’t grab them in the air when they’re catapulted. Maybe he’s lonely and I should get him a friend to play with?