The GO-FRRR By Proball

The GO-FRRR By Proball

No dog can resist running after, picking up and retrieving to hand the GO-FRRR.

No dog can resist running after, picking up and retrieving to hand the GO-FRRR by Proball because when launched, this retrieving tool travels 50 to 75 yards through the air and bounces several times, up to 10 foot in height on a hard surface such as an asphalt parking lot, a concrete driveway or short-grass lawn. The GO-FRRR can also be shot into water to provide a cool source of swimming exercise for a dog during hot weather.

About the size of a tennis ball, the GO-FRRR is attached to a loop of surgical tubing that is stretched over a hook on a handheld launcher, then pulled back to be propelled slingshot-like. The easy-to-produce flight of the GO-FRRR is a great source of retriever training and aerobic exercise for all breeds of gun dogs.


CONTACT: Proball, Inc., (800) 456-7763; www.proballinc.com



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