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BarxBuddy Busy Ball
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The BarxBuddy Busy Ball is a modern?-day upgrade of every dog’s favorite toy?—a ball! This highly interactive “smart” ball uses built?-in motion sensors to roll and bounce entirely on its own as soon as it’s touched with a nose or paw. No apps or controls are required?—simply turn it on once and it's ready for?

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Whether your dog suffers from separation anxiety, destructive behavior, or simply boredom when you’re not home to play, the BarxBuddy Busy Ball lives up to its name by keeping your pup curious, active, and “busy.” Simply place the ball on the ground and the intelligent motion automatically alternates between rolling and bouncing as soon as your pet touches?

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