Petstages ORKA Flyer Dog Chew Toy
Excellent quality/durability. My Malinois has tried and tried but can't destroy this toy. I will definitely purchase again.
February 23, 2014
This Frisbee is the most Durable
My German Shepherd absolutely loves this Frisbee. I have found this product to be the best overall in durability.
August 22, 2013
Made my yorkies very happy!
Use to be able to buy this exact frisbee at our local Petco, but can no longer get it there. Emmy and Keely are now happy again!
March 21, 2014
Holds up well to hard chewers!
My Dutch Shepherd can chew through anything - even Kong toys! She loves frisbee so much we were able to finally train her to set down the frisbee and chew on other things so she doesn't damage them, but this is the first one she hasn't chewed through. A few holes due to daily enthusiastic use but it has taken over 6 months. It doesn't fly as well as the Kong flyer but it holds up a lot better!
August 20, 2013
Not for small dogs, hard chewers, and frisbee dogs.
I have a Border Collie, he loves playing fetch. With this I can't through it strait so he can catch it. It just goes to the ground. But it is very durable. I wouldn't recommend for small dogs, hard chewers, and Frisbee dogs. But I do recommend for some dogs.
December 6, 2013
This is a good quality "frisbee!" My two PitBulls are still trying to learn the art of catching this and bringing it back to me. Right now they just prefer to run after it and chew on it. It's hard for them to get it into their mouth once it's on the ground. I think that's just because they really aren't familiar with these kinds of toys!
October 7, 2013
Durable yet squishy frisbee that flies well
Perfect dog frisbee. My dog likes to chew on her frisbees, and while I try not to let her do this, it's somewhat unavoidable. This frisbee is soft on her mouth and my hands, and it has a good weight so it flies well. After a few weeks, it's gotten a little bit bent out of shape, but that hasn't affected its performance. Highly recommended.
August 26, 2014
Not for power chewer
This frisbee made out of a very strong rubber. It felt very durable and threw well. The material is very flexible and would be a great toy for a light to moderate chewer. Unfortunately, I have a GSD who is a power chewer. I was hoping to start playing fetch with him (though he's not a frisbee dog - he's more obsessed with balls). He went bonkers with it - apparently liked it a lot, and not willing to part with it. He managed to puncture a hole in it after about 5 minutes. I liked the toy, just not for my boy.
September 6, 2013