This toy has held up to a heavy chewer plus friends. I thought I was getting the big frisbee and was reluctant to have a square frisbee. A friend shared one with us during a pup play date and our pups did not chew it up and one is a SUPER HEAVY chewer. The more unbelievable thing is that the frisbee actually does fly fairly decent. I would absolutley recommend them to those with heavy chewers and fetching dogs. It gets pretty good flight distance...not superb with my arm but it good.
My dog is absolutely feral for this toy. She has always been a frisbee dog, but this thing has upped the game. It throws so far, and it's easy on her mouth. We've used it to practice stay and catch and long distance retrieval. This thing will either land flat or roll, adding to the "chase." The only bummer is that its not very reinforced on the soft plastic corners, so it's easy to chew through - I think we are on our 4th one. I do recommend for the fun times, but with caution to make sure you're watching your dog while in use because the inside tubing is easy to pull out.
Had to order another- now we keep one outdoors and one indoors. My bulldog LOVES this and it’s proven to be VERY durable for months and months now! Only downside is when throwing it outside the wind will catch it and it tends to soar upward and not go too far. Just have to adjust for the wind. Great toy!
The 1000% BEST frisbee ever per Willow Bliss Winkle. The Chuckit brand Flying Squirrel. The hang time is atleast 3x more than a regular frisbee, it is durable canvas with four soft rubber corners, very lightweight, almost throws "good ones" all by itself. Very inspiring for both the novice thrower and catcher. Willow loves to take victory laps when she catches it. (About 1/2 the time.) 2 are a must, so that she "gives it to me", already anticipating the next throw. She would like to chew on it, but also brings it back when asked, and if she wants to tug of war I just let go, and then again tell her to give it to me, and reach for it, usually no prob. They also are put up away once frisbee time is over. Hope this enriches your dogs life!
If your dog has ANY inclination to chew, this is not the toy for them. Within minutes of receiving this toy, my dogs had chewed off the rubber ends and there were loads of tiny pieces everywhere.
My Great Dane puppy has jaws of steel, and he is picky. He is totally indifferent about most things. He is not treat motivated and could give two poops about praise but this toy is a game changer for us. Suddenly I am the pied piper and he follows me everywhere I go. This thing flys through the air with the greatest of ease. We have 4 of them now. One in each car, in his playroom, and the yard. He has destroyed his original one, but it took a lot of work, and we still use it as a training aid for when we have to trade up for good behavior. Bohdan gives it two paws up and says to buy the toy!
I was looking for something that would be softer on my pup's teeth. He loves to play frisbee but has gotten blood on the frisbee from catching it. This is more of a boomerang effect. It doesn't go far, and my dog can't predict where it will go and gets frustrated that he can't catch it in the air. I have a border collie and having a herding breed, he predicts the movement of his "prey" or sheep so if I throw it shorter, he can catch it better. I would recommend this for puppies who are learning how to catch things in the air. Definitely not his favorite toy.
It’s a cute toy but the corners are already chewed to bits and it’s only been a day. She’s spent less than two hours with it. It’s not a great flyer either. Cute idea but not for us. She’s not a destroyer but she does chew relentlessly. The chuckit balls hold up to her with no fail, we have yet to have one need to be thrown away.
Toy is good overall if your dog doesn’t chew on the ends. I take the toy away if I’m not the one throwing it around. My dog likes to also hold it while he kicks around his soccer ball.
I may have bought it for one of my sister's dogs, but this is Riley's absolute favorite toy in the whole world! I was glad to be able to get it for her, because she had just lost her current one, and it was very sad she didn't have her favorite toy.