This K-9 Kannon indeed looks like a device over which the dogs slated to retrieve its blasted tennis balls are going to go apeshit. It fires up to 75 feet...consistently, not just those one or two times you really focus and line up with good body position and engage your core on the throw...and features a hands-free pickup design and built-in extra ball storage.
I think I will buy a K-9 Kannon, but instead of using it to launch tennis balls I am going to use it to launch dinner rolls. Have you ever heard of Lambert's, the Home of the Throwed Rolls in Sikeston, MO? Sikeston is a glorious town containing 2 things: a gas station and a restaurant known for the enormous hunks of bread its staff chucks at hungry patrons. You sit in these long, pew-like booths in a 1,000-square foot dining room, and the servers come around with unlimited vats of southern comfort food, such as fried okra and black-eyed peas and macaroni & tomatoes, and then when the yeast has risen and bread baked, a couple of skilled arms emerge from the kitchen yelling, "Rolls!" Takers raise a hand, and the dough she gets to flyin'. If it sounds like a circus of redneck gluttony, that's because it is. Definitely not to be missed on a road trip.
Suggested via Dude Product Tips by Robert M. Hats off once again, Robert.