The puppies love this! Light and easy to throw. Border Collies need this type of toy for active play.
This item is to easily broken by dogs that like to chew on their toys. It took only a couple of minutes for ours to tear off the edges. I have used the nylon ones and they are much better.
Our German Shepperd puppy needed a sturdy disc. He started teething in recent weeks so this was perfect for him.
My GR loooooves Frisbees and goes through them sooo fast. Not this one though! It looks a lot different now from all the playing but it is still holding up amazing after 2 and a half months! The rubber ring around the outside is pretty much gone now but it still works! Will be getting again!
My dog (shep/pit mix 65lbs) loves this frisbee. She will play fetch until she is exhausted and even then I have to force her to take a water break. That said, the softer plastic on the side does tear and rip easily. Once that happens I usually rip the rest off so she can’t digest it. The frisbee will fly even better once the sides are removed. We are on our fourth nerf frisbee now and it is well worth the $8.99 price tag. This frisbee can fly a good distance, which lets my dog get in a good exercise quickly.
This disc is hard plastic, my dog chewed on it from the day it was received. It has been less than 2 weeks and I have thrown it away.
This disc is somewhat heavy and Difficult to keep in the air. The plastic has some give to it but is pretty hard. ChuckIt makes a great flying fabric disc that also floats.
This is a hard nylon ring. Hard to catch, does not fly well, and is hard for the dog to pick up when it is on the ground.
This is NOT what I would consider Nylon - purchased thinking it was the larger version of a small Nerf nylon disc that we do like. This one feels like heavy vinyl or plastic so doesn’t fly well and hard on the mouth to catch.