Tennis Ball Launchers Review
Throwing a tennis ball over and over again can get old after a while. But that’s not the case with this Hyper Pet K9 Kannon, which is fun for dogs and humans alike. All you’ve got to do is pull the lever back to the distance of your choosing, load the ball in, press the trigger, and watch as it flies out and sends your dog chasing. Hyper Pet says this launcher can shoot up to 75 feet.
Also with a maximum range of 75 feet, this Paws & Pals Bazook-9 can launch a tennis ball much further than just throwing it. It includes two tennis balls with a squeaker inside, which is really fun for the dogs. It’s easy to operate by pulling the rod on the back to one of the nine distance settings and pulling the trigger to shoot the ball. There’s even a clip-on removable strap included that you can wear around your shoulder to bring the Bazook-9 with you to the park, beach, or anywhere else with plenty of room for your dog to run around.
NERF’s blasters aren’t just for people and now your dog can get in on the fun thanks to the NERF Dog Tennis Ball Blaster. So to give it your best shot, here’s what to do. First you slide the orange cocking handle on top all the way to the front of the barrel until it locks into place. Then load the ball into the barrel and pull back the cocking handle to bring it to your desired distance. You can slide it all the way back to launch the ball as far as 50 feet. Finally, aim the blaster safely away from any people, animals, or objects, raise the barrel up to a 45-degree angle, and gently squeeze the trigger to shoot. You can repeat the process over and over again until your dog finally gets tired of chasing the ball. Luckily, the blaster does all the work for you so you can give your arm a break.
Each of these launchers comes with at least one ball of their own, but they’re also compatible with any regular tennis ball. They all include hands-free pickup features so you won’t need to handle any slobbery tennis balls yourself.