|Toy Feature||Exercise||Exercise||Stuffing-Free||Squeaky||Teething, Exercise|
|Breed Size||Giant Breeds||Giant Breeds||All Breeds||Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds|
|Toy Type||Flying Discs||Flying Discs||Flying Discs||Balls||Flying Discs|
Big rubber frisbee. It’s very flexible. I would have thought it would be more sturdy. It doesn’t fly very well because of how flexible it is. It may have said this in the original description and I could have overlooked it. I have a boxer and I’m fairly certain she will destroy this pretty easily. Not what I expect from a Kong toy.
My German Shepherd loves this frisbee. He takes it with him everywhere. Unfortunately he loves it so much he’ll destroy it within minutes if we let him. This one lasted under a month. I buy them monthly. This is the third one. They’re well made but not indestructible if you have an aggressive chewer. See pictures.
This is my second frisbee. It is my rotties favorite favorite toy. She likes to carry it in mouth and move her head back n forth so it slaps her snout. or she will just carry it with her other balls.
Our 6 month old German shepherd puppy and neighbors 7 year old Lab both play with it and use it for tug of war to decide who gets to chew on it. It has been holding up for over a month no problems.
We purchased a red flyer 3 years ago for our lab puppy and it has lasted all these years! However, we have purchased several additional (red and black) Kong frisbees and the dogs are shredding them within days. What’s different? Price has increased and quality/durability has tanked.
This is definitely safe for a puppy's teeth & gums unlike a hard plastic traditional frisbe toy. However, it's a little on the heavy side and does not really fly too well. Our 5 month old puppy can carry it but absolutely cannot catch it b/c it falls to the ground quickly. She picks it up and returns it BUT she can do that with a ball just as well. If she decides to chew on it, occasionally, it does hold up well! For the price its an "ok" toy.
Although this will not go far when thrown due to its weight, it's a great option for dogs who chew through regular frisbees. My dog enjoys playing tug of war with this as well! 10 out of 10 for a playful, aggressive chewer.
This is lightweight and flexible. It flies across my whole backyard. My Rott loves chasing it and it’s easy for her to pick it up by folding it with her paws/mouth. It’s her favorite outside toy. It’s held up well but she doesn’t sit and chew this toy. We throw it and she fetches.
I got this for my dog that destroys the plastic frisbees in 2 seconds. She is completely obsessed, and this is way easier on the arm to throw often. Great way to get some good exercise in for the dog.
I have an aggressive chewer and she hasn’t chewed it up yet! Granted, we don’t leave it out for her to chew on, but it withstands her chewing in it and catching it