I was super excited to get my dog her first frisbee - we live by the beach, so this one seemed like the best option. I gave it to her and she had it ripped up in minutes :(
My puppy loves his frisbee. I was afraid it was a little too flimsy and would not last but he has been playing with it for a few weeks and so far so good. It is a little big for him but that is okay.
only lasted for 5 throws before our dog dropped and white plastic cracked and material ripped
Pup loves toy. Ate thru material on one week need stronger material
Nerfy (as we call it) is our little schnoodle's favorite toy right now. She got it for her birthday! She catches it easily and likes to rough house with it. She plays with it by herself, too. It is number one in our house.
This is super cheap and flimsy. Our 10lb cavapoo destroyed it in our first 15 mins of her play session. Even her cloth toys she’s had for 6 months are intact vs this frisbee. I don’t recommend it. Our rope one has help up much better.
Good frisbee, light weight, great balance, wish I could play disc golf with it. Very easy to throw and not dangerous to catch! My pup is not a super chewer but likes to gnaw on it a bit and it's holding up, though I wouldn't recommend playing tug with it. My only quibble is that it gets filthy and I can't just rinse it clean.
My dog loved the frisbee which we got on Sunday. We played catch a couple of times but each time she wanted to chew it. Well today is Wednesday and she tore thru the nylon and broke the plastic ring. Did not last more than a couple of days
Bought the red one first and this seems to be the same flyer with a different color. Not extremely durable, cause my dog ended up chewing through to the silicon binding and that’s why I’m replacing it with this one. All in all these seem to last longer than the standard plastic frisbees.
Our dogs love this frisbee. Its bigger than our puppy and that does not stop her