Nerf Dog Tennis Ball Blaster for Small Dogs and Puppies
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If you've ever played with a Nerf gun, you know just how much fun these things are. Now, imagine a Nerf gun that shoots tennis balls! This ball launcher is SO cool and tons of fun for your whole family, including the canine members.
As I mentioned, the Nerf Dog Tennis Ball Blaster can send a standard 2.5″ tennis ball flying up to 50 feet. You can see in my video review that this gun is pretty powerful and shoots the balls with quite a bit of force. It could certainly hurt someone if you aimed the tennis ball at them. There is a safety release mechanism, and the Nerf Dog Tennis Ball Blaster is only recommended for people over the age of 14. Saddie was born to fetch, literally. She is a retriever, so it's in her nature to enjoy running and retrieving. Sometimes I have to force her to take a break from playing fetch when I know she needs a break. She enjoys the game so much, she won't stop unless I make her! Nerf Guns, or Nerf Blasters, are toy dart gun products owned by Hasbro that fire ammunition such as darts, discs, or balls constructed from foam. The first Nerf Blaster, the Nerf Blast-A-Ball, was released in 1989.
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Launched in 2003, the products in the Nerf N-Strike series are among the most notable Nerf Blasters. These Blasters fire foam darts with rubber tips up to a range of 35 feet. This series is designed to resemble real-life munitions and offers customizable attachments, including scopes, shields, and barrel extensions. This series was replaced by the Nerf N-Strike Elite line in 2012, which upgraded to a direct plunger firing mechanism that launches darts up to 75 feet. Nerf launched the Rebelle series in 2013, which includes colors and designs marketed towards girls. In 2019, Nerf introduced the Alpha Strike series, which is a budget friendly Blaster. That same year, the Nerf Ultra was released and is claimed to fire ammo up to a range of 120 feet.
In the photo above on the right you will see the safety release mechanism (large orange bar on the top of the gun) and the orange tennis ball holder attached under the gun. You can keep an extra tennis ball with you in case the first one gets lost.