Grreat Choice® Petsmart Logo Flying Disc Dog Toy
A Great Frisbee! A Great Price!
I have three dogs of all sizes and they all love this Frisbee!
- This frisbee is made with a softer plastic which makes it nice and light. It is soft on a dogs teeth but, you lose a bit of durability. However, you do not want to use a heavier plastic for that can chip your pups teeth and or injure his jaw.
I've had this frisbee for two months now and it seems to hold up against my border collie pretty well.
- The frisbee can reach a distance of about 40-50ft depending on how you throw it.
- This is NOT a chew toy!! It is used for playing FRISBEE. If your dog chews on it, it will splinter and break.
This frisbee will receive teeth marks and scrapes but I wouldn't trash it until your dog manages to make sharp edges. Or, bends it out of shape so it can no longer fly.
For a $.99 frisbee. It works perfect!!
July 6, 2014
Nice cheap frisbee
I've used other frisbees which are made of a more brittle plastic which really cracks. This one can get chewed up but is better quality. I tried a Kong frisbee which is more durable, but my dog didn't like it as much as he loves these. My friend's dog chewed his Kong frisbee anyway. My thinking is, these are made for fetch with humans and aren't meant for the dog to sit around and chew on. Plus since they're so cheap, I've just been replacing then once in a while if they get a bit chewed up.
This one flies far enough, I don't want it to fly extremly far in a backyard especially.
August 30, 2010
These frisbees are alright!
I bought 3 of these frisbees for my hyper dog and he loved them for a little while. I do agree- they do not fly that well. I throw one of them and it flips over. My dog then grabs it and chews up the plastic.. which he does with any frisbee anyways! I may buy one of these frisbees again. They aren't the best plastic, but I do think there cute and with a little training, would not be chewed up by my dog! :D
May 24, 2010
Flies pretty bad, but rolls okay
I bought five of these for my dog and although they were cheap, I wouldn't buy them again. The plastic is good, but a heavy chewer will chew it apart quickly. Also, I like my dog to run when we are playing frisbee and these things do not fly well at all. They go about 20-30 feet and flip over no matter how you throw them. They will role on the ground for a short distance, but that is about it.
My dog does like the discs, I think mostly because she can chew them into smaller chunks, but she gets a little confused when I usually throw a frisbee much farther and then I throw this one and it lands 20 ft behind her.
Overall, I would not buy these discs again. I would buy the Softbite Flexible Discs instead, they last longer and fly farther.
July 1, 2009