One of our dogs is a frisbee fanatic so I bought a few of these to try. I have to say they really are awful, they don't fly well AT ALL. We go through a lot of frisbees because we have play sessions at least twice daily and they wear out so we've tried several brands. These unfortunately I do not recommend at all.
Will be it again if available! We love Chewy! Katie dances when the truck comes with HER STUFF! Thank You
I love them a so does Gucci,they last along time and can be washed in the washing machine
I didn't think it was a cloth frisbee. My dogs First catch and her canine teeth went through the center. I see frisbees like this, without the name, at the dollar store. Definitely not worth it.
Take this toy outside every evening. Durable nylon works great for my chewy baby. Tried the plastic frisbee first and didn’t work out. He was more interested in chewing it up, than fetching.
"My mom buys me these and they are my FAVORITE frisbee frisbee of all time! She taught me that I cannot chew on this toy even though I am a big chewer and destroy my stuffies in one minute. Well that is my record but mainly five minutes or less. My frisbee flies really far and I can jump up in the air and catch it without hurting my mouth. I LOVE it and I have different colors too!" Love, Jebediah
My 8 month old loves these. She has them inside and outside and loves to play with them. I had to stock up on them for her :).
I love this Nerf Flyer. It flies farther than other Frisbee type products. The only problem is that it is harder for my dog to pick up off the grass, but he figures it out.
I've read the other reviews of this product, I think they're unfair. I have a 20 lb terrier who was good with ball catching, so I wanted to teach him to catch frisbees. I wanted to avoid hard plastic frisbees that would potentailly hurt so we bought & tested virtually every soft dog frisbee on the market-- the Nerf Dog Nylon Flyer is far and away the best, it hovers nicely, flies far, and it's easy for my dog to catch. It's NOT a chew toy. You can't just unwrap it and toss it to your dog to do- with-what-they-will, of COURSE they'll chew it to shreds. It's strictly for frisbee play, and it's the best. After a year of training, my dog's a frisbee wizard. It's great excercise for him and I'm super-proud of him when people applaud his catches when we play in the park.
This frisbee is very thin and would not make it 5 minutes with my two labs! I didn’t even give it to them to play with.