Petstages Laser Fun Pet Toy
What Our Top Dog Says About Petstages Laser Fun Pet Toy :
The Petstages Laser Fun Pet Toy makes playing with your cat or dog easy. Simply press down the cat face to activate the red laser light. Point it at the floor and move it around and your pet will chase it for hours
Here Are The Doggie Details:
- Features a super bright red laser for your pet to chase
- Creates rewarding game of play that helps in socialization
- Rewards your cat's natural hunt mechanism
- Great for interactive play
- Great for encouraging exercise
- Batteries included
What My Top Dog Should Know Petstages Laser Fun Pet Toy :
Keep boredom at bay with this Laser Fun toy.
Cats & Dogs love to hunt down, and chase things, it's in their nature, so what better way to keep them amused than by a laser dot that you shine across the floor.
Watch their excitement as they chase and pounce on the dot as you tease them with it, really helping them to keep active and fit, while enjoying a great game of chase at the same time.
What Comes In The Doggie Bag:
- One (1) Petstages Laser Fun Pet Toy
Warning: Avoid direct eye exposure. Keep out of reach of children. Never point a laser beam at anyone. Do not stare into the laser beam directly. Avoid dropping the laser light on hard surfaces. Guard against exposure to water, dust, heat and sunlight. Remove batteries if the product is unused for an extended period. Don't disassemble the product for it contains no user replaceable parts. A laser beam reflected off a mirror-like surface can be hazardous to the eyes.
Dogs (and some cats) instinctively chase laser dots simply because the dots move, said Nicholas Dodman, a professor of animal behavior at Tufts University's Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. Movement automatically stimulates their innate prey drive, which explains why lower-on-the-food-chain animals such as rodents and rabbits often freeze in place as a survival strategy. Although dogs aren't so discerning when it comes to color, their eyes contain a high preponderance of light-sensitive cells called rods for top-notch motion detection.
A laser beam's incessant movement keys into this predatory system. "They can't help themselves; they are obliged to chase it," Dodman told Life's Little Mysteries.