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Bunjiball

Feel-Good Fetch

Bunjiball Maker Steve Petitt was feeling the wear and tear on his arm from throwing tennis balls for his fetch-loving dogs Champ and Sandy. So this former baseball player came up with a way for the dogs to still get the exercise they needed while giving his throwing arm a break.
Bunjiball
Bunjiball
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Feel-Good Fetch

Bunjiball Maker Steve Petitt was feeling the wear and tear on his arm from throwing tennis balls for his fetch-loving dogs Champ and Sandy. So this former baseball player came up with a way for the dogs to still get the exercise they needed while giving his throwing arm a break.

The bouncy Bunjiball gets its high-flying go from the strap that can launch it over 200 feet or as close as 10 feet. Just spin the stretchy cord and let it go—you control the distance. There's less effort (and less risk of strain) for you, and the ball can go super far for your dog to chase. Best of all? There's no touching anything slobbery. You only have to handle Bunjiball's cord.

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