All For Paws
All For Paws specialise in designing unique and stylish products for dogs and cats. The team behind All For Paws continually strives to design products that meet both the needs of the animals, but also fit the different lifestyles of their owners. All For Paws describe them as functional products with a story and a purpose. All For Paws products are available worldwide and, of course, from Vetsend.co.uk.
AFP Interactive Fetch'N Treat
AFP Interactive Fetch'N Treat is a challenging toy for your pet which will reward the dog with food. It also helps stave off loneliness and boredom.
The AFP Interactive Fetch'N Treat provides your dog with hours of fun! The toy comprises a hatch-top box into which a tennis ball (included) can be inserted. When the dog gets the tennis ball through the opening, it is rewarded with the food/treats you have put inside. The ball rolls out of the other side of the box so the dog can continue to play.
Please note: the ball and treats are not sprung from the AFP Interactive Fetch'N Treat, but they drop out or roll gently. The AFP Interactive Fetch'N Treat works best with pellets/treats of 12.5 mm. If the treats are too big or too small, the toy may get stuck. The Fetch'N Treat regularly releases a treat, but not every time your dog inserts the ball. This way you will prevent your dog from over-eating.
If you are looking for an actual ball thrower, try the: PetSafe Ball Launcher or the AFP Interactive Hyper Fetch Mini.
The Fetch'N Treat has a separate area where food/rewards can be inserted. Play and train the dog so that he/she learns to use the toy independently and have a lot of fun!
Length 16 cm, Width 16 cm, Height 20 cm.
By placing the tennis ball (included) in the opening on top, the hatch will automatically open and provides a reward for your dog
Contains seperate compartments where treats can be tucked in
Train your dog so he/she will be able to play with the Fetch'N Treat him-/herself
Does not require batteries
This toy is NOT a ball launcher, the purpose of the toy is not for the dog to chase after the ball