This is my dog's favorite toy. It's flat surface makes it less tempting for my dog to chew it up. It is very durable to withstand all of the thrashing my dog does to it.
This is not resistant to heavy chewers as advertised. Works well as a throw object. Left him alone with it for 3-5 min and he ripped a squeaker out The day we got it.
I have several VERY rough and tumble Pit Bull type breed dogs and these are the only toys I buy anymore because they last for weeks, sometimes months! That's a LONG time for my dogs! This yellow no stuff ring is their (and my) favorite one (no stuffing to clean up once they finally get a hole in it). They carry it around everywhere, even to eat and sleep. No toy is safe from my tornado's, but these are by far the most durable I have found!
My dog is a moderate chewer but ripped through this in less than 5 minutes. One of the squeakers came right out which is a huge choking/blockage hazard. I always monitor my dog with toys, but she was close to swallowing the squeaker even when I was watching! Not great quality :(
My schnauzer mix loves this toy - he can pull the stuffing out of anything but this holds his attention and he doesn’t destroy it. He tosses it and loves watching it fly around and slide across the floor.
This toy goes almost everyday to the dog park with my dog and it still does not have any tears! The dogs love it and so do I! Very easy to clean and even freeze during the warm months. It’s not necessary great as a frisbee, but it call and and be tossed, used for tug and much more. My dog’s (and the other dogs at the park) favorite toy right now.
This is my dogs favorite toy. She’s a super chewer and I’ve come to peace with the fact that I’ll never find a toy she won’t be able to rip apart but this one lasts the longest and is the best price for how long it lasts her.
I am the human portion of this review - flies great, but I never leave them alone with it. I treat it like a frisbee and not a chew toy. I'm giving it a 4 star because the dogs love it and it's better without the stuffing in my opinion, but I understand when I see everyone else's photos. I have one that loves frisbee and one that is learning to chase frisbee. "toy" it is not. It's an alternative disc to learn on - ish.
Our dog is an aggressive chewer. We thought by the brand name of this product we finally found something he would keep longer than 15 minutes. It held up for a couple hours, and then it was shredded into pieces.
It took our super chewer about 15 minutes to annihilate the binding on this toy. I would recommend binding made from rip-stop nylon rather that the cord binding. However, she loved the toy. And if the manufacturer would like a "tuff" chewer to do beta testing on toys, our girl would be up to it. We'd only charge free toys!