Ricochet Keeps Dogs Entertained

Sep 02, 2019


Toys provide both mental and physical stimulation for dogs. Even though dogs today are primarily bred as companion pets, they still need something to do. Knowing this, the experts at PetSafeâ introduced the Ricochet Electronic Dog Toy, an interactive toy available at participating Co-ops that will keep your pup entertained and active for hours.
 
This innovative product features a pair of toys that will have your dog bouncing back and forth as he tries to catch a “moving” squeak sound. When your dog investigates one toy, the sound bounces back to the other toy from up to 30 feet away.
 
To change up this fun activity, hide one of the toys behind furniture or in a nearby room. The moving squeak provides a fun puzzle as the sound is never where your dog expects it.
 
When playtime is over for the day, the Ricochet will automatically turn itself off after 60 minutes of non-interaction to conserve battery life. While not a chew toy, the Ricochet is durable enough for intense play. And it has no stuffing or fabric to tear, making it a no-mess toy.
 
PetSafe backs up this product with a one-year manufacturer’s warranty when purchased new from an authorized retailer.
 
Ricochet Electronic Dog Toy — the perfect addition to your dog’s toy box. Stop by your local Co-op and pick one up for your prized pooch!
 

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