|Toy Feature||Outdoor, Teething, Training, Water Toy, Exercise||Exercise, Water Toy||Exercise||Training, Glowing & Light-Up, Exercise||Exercise|
|Material||Foam||Nylon, Synthetic Fabric||Rubber||Polyester, Synthetic Fabric||Polyester, Synthetic Fabric|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Flying Discs||Flying Discs||Flying Discs||Flying Discs||Flying Discs|
Stop looking! You found the greatest frisbee. I have two large dogs (70lbs and 40 lbs) that love to play tug of war with everything. I have tried multiple frisbees made out of different materials; they all get annihilated, first time playing with them. This one is the best. It flies well and stands up to my large dogs tugging on it. I will purchase this frisbee for all of my dog friends.
I have tried several "Frisbee" type disks for my dog, he absolutely loves them. This one flies decently and has held up well in a week and a half of getting bitten by my 90# GSD/Malinois mix. There are plenty of teeth marks, but no damage that affects use. For comparison, it does not fly as well as the Chuck It Paraflight large, but it's much more durable. The Chuck It is great, but just the rodent like gnawing the dog does when returning the disc to me destroys it in 2 or 3 weeks. I've also tried the Kong Classic Flyer. It was heavy and had no "float" when thrown. It had the flight characteristics of a brick and was not used more than a few times. I would not leave this alone with my dog, he would destroy it in short order, but for supervised play, this is the best combo of durable and good flying that I've found so far.
I’ve been using this frisbee now for nearly 2 years. It has survived tugging, pulling, catching, and everything in between. Two large dogs and we have never had a problem. It flies awesome! I would absolutely buy this again and will only buy this again if for some reason it ever breaks
Both dogs refuse to catch any other disc or frisbee. The light foam material of the Starmark has great lift and is easy on the teeth and gums of our dogs.
My dog loves the balls, so I figured I'd try the frisbee. It works great. It's soft on his teeth and flies pretty good. He chews on it a little, but doesn't tear it apart.
Have tried a lot of toys for exuberant Boxer and none last longer than this frisbee. Pretty tough, yet easy on his teeth. Takes a new one around every 6 months, but I am ok with this.
I like the material. It's fairly soft as my dog learns to catch. It glides pretty well, and gets decent distance. If thrown high, it kind of glides down slowly (without wind) and had allowed my pup to build his confidence with catching. The only thing I don't like too much is the thickness of the edges. The 11 inch is also quite large. But I liked the product enough to order the 9 inch.
I chew through lots of things like blankets, kong toys for medium biters and regulare frisbees. I love playing with this and at the most when I chew on this toy I can only get tiny tiny pieces off the edge. great buy for the money
Great product, and my aggressive chewer dogs have yet to tear or ruin this frisbee.
We prefer foam frisbees over plastic and recently found out our favorite frisbee is no longer sold on chewy so we tried this one. It throws really well at first, however if you plan to use it repeatedly throughout a day (we have a 3 yr old lab who plays about 3xs a day) the frisbee doesn’t have a good grip when it’s wet (with dog slobber) we bought the large size. I am thinking the smaller size might be a bit easier to handle. When we are trying to throw it while wet, it slips and constantly goes vertical and straight down to the ground and with ours being the large size it’s about like throwing a large dinner bowl, it’s huge! I “might” try the smaller one, or just a different one altogether.