New York, NY, May 01, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- All dogs love to play fetch, however tossing and re-tossing a ball can eventually become hard on a person's shoulder and elbow. Bunjiball, a dog toy created by former professonal baseball pitcher Steve Petitt, changes all of that simply with the designing of a better fetch toy. Pettit, who understands the rigors of throwing a ball, spent years developing a way to toss a ball reasonable distances with little effort, so that dog owners of all ages could enjoy playing with their pets without worrying about Arm, Elbow, or shoulder fatigue. Nothing stops the fun like pain and with Bunjiball, that's no longer an issue.
Pettit and one of his dogs demonstrated Bunjiball to Al Roker and the rest of the Today Show cast as well as the hosts of QVC, during their "Next Big Thing Segment." Bunjiball was a hit. Several of the crew wanted a Bunjiball toy for their dogs. Roker particularly commented on the ease of use and how the toy could be tossed with little effort and strain to the arm.
The Bunjiball can best be described as a fetch ball that is connected to a throwing cord mechanism which allows the pet owner to effortlessly "flick" the ball great distance for a better games of fetch.
Petitt dedicated his appearance to his long time dog "Sandy" who he credits as his co-creator. Sandy Passed in late 2016
Steve Petitt has also launched a crowdfunding campaign and hope all dog and pet lovers will not only support and contribute, but will want a Bunjiball (or two or three) of their own.
To find out more about the Dog toy that QVC and The TODAY show calls on of the "The Next Big Things" visit: