This is one of the cutest things I ever saw!Â I bet my Japanese spitz would love this new toy.Â This is one awesome excersise machine that will keep your pets in shape.Â I think a lot of pet behavior issues is caused by uninformed pet owners.Â Aside from the usual hugs and treats you give them, they need to be just what theyâ€™re made for.Â
They need excersies and the freedom to run around chasing something. :)Iâ€™ve seen the discovery podcasts of Cesar Milano (www.cesarmilano.com), I know a few dog â€œbehavioristsâ€ too. Â Â And these experts say that â€œyes, dogs, however little or big they are, they all need proper nutrition and the exercise.” Â The more they are able to excersise freedom (chainless), the better their behavior is.
This gadeget is easy to setup, and easier to learn both for humans and dogs. Â See the videoâ€¦ that dog knows how to load up the sling with his favorite toy, his behavior shows he even anticipates the throw. Â Isn’t that neat?
But is it toddler safe though?Â
Hmmmâ€¦I think a few developments would soon bring out a much better and safer version. But truth to tell, if it were available now, Iâ€™d probably get one.Â If I was part of the product focus group Iâ€™d suggest a programmable schedule training regimen too.Â Iâ€™d like to have that machine turn on automatically, call for the dog and throw the ball about 50-75 times in the morning and about 30-50 times in the afternoon.Â Â
My super dream feature:Â it should be able to email me a report of how many throws it has made, time it took for the retrieval and loading, it should shoot out a cookie treat after 10 throws, oh and a video-on-demand feature would not be too bad!Â And how about a team version? Â 4-5 arms of this thing, solar powered, good for 5 throws in different direction. Â Park friendly throws. Â Ah the possibilities!Â Â Â