|Toy Feature||Outdoor, Water Toy, Exercise||Outdoor, Water Toy, Exercise||Exercise||Outdoor, Water Toy, Exercise||Exercise|
|Material||Plastic||Plastic||—||Plastic||Polyester, Synthetic Fabric|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Large Breeds||Giant Breeds||Large Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Flying Discs||Flying Discs||Flying Discs||Flying Discs||Flying Discs|
Yay! A product that my boy doesn’t destroy in minutes!! It’s lasted months so far, and he loves it. It’s also really funny when he trIEs to pick it up off the ground when it’s flipped over a certain way.. that alone is loads of fun for him, and he’s using his problem solving skills!
Dad has to put this one up and away everyday that I play with it, because he says I would drop dead from exhaustion! When I'm not chasing it, I'm licking it. When I'm not licking it, I must be sleeping or eating. Do they come in other colors? Do they all have the same flavor of rubber? I would certainly recommend this to any pup who loves frisbees. As far as the sturdiness, I just can't be sure of that until summer.
Our lab loves to run and is driven to catch the Frisbee at every toss. A perfect toy for him.
My boxer likes to play rough and tug is always part of our fetch/frisbee. If that is true for your dog, this frisbee twill be ok but not great. It’s a little more tug/chew friendly than many others available but will eventually get marked and torn up. West Paw also makes an “air disc” that used to be sold on chewy and it is AMAZING. It is heavy for a frisbee, but super durable (my boxer has had it for months and you can’t see any marks). Once you get used to the weight, it’s easy to throw and surprisingly comfortable to tug - there is a hole in the middle and the soft rubber is gentle on the hands. I had to get a second one only because I left it on the roof of my car. Chewy should definitely bring those back! This one is just ok.
Easy for my collies to pick this toy up. Soft and durable with no damage after playing. Two dogs play tug of war. Collies aren't interested in catching the disc while it is flying.
My dog goes crazy for frisbees. When we rescued him he had a nasty habit of catching it and immediately trying to rip them in half. This one however seems impermeable to his attempts and has already lasted us many sessions at the dog park, it also flys great! It says it’s for gentle chewers(which he is not) but it is holding up very well.
So far it is holding up. But it is a heavy and doesn't float well unless you really throw it. Good chew toy but ok frisbee.
This is a great frisbee. It is made very well. I noticed some customers complaining it didn't last long. I think any frisbee will get destroyed if you let your dog chew on it long enough. This is flexible and does float long enough for your pup to retrieve it. I am purchasing my second one (we lost the last one).
Softer on dogs' gums. This is my 3rd. They last longer if you don't leave them out to chew. Lol
This is the third West Paw frisbee for our German Shepherd. She likes to possess the frisbee, folding it in half with her jaw and carrying one or two of them around. She eventually tore a hole in the middle of the oldest one, but it still flies. She likes the way these both float in the air and roll on the ground. It is worth the few extra dollars for this brand!