Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 13
Rated 4 out of 5 Good for Pups
This was good for teaching my Texas heeler how to catch when he was a pup. It was good for indoors also. Durability want to great. I intended it to be for catching only and not chewing. He got ahold of it and in 5 mins he had all the corners gone.
August 2, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by JBree1989 Tough Toy
My Australian Shepherd LOVES this frisbee! But he loves playing tug-of-war with it. It has withstood countless sessions of tug-of-war and still flies through the air flawlessly. After months of wear and tear, even the spots where it has barely torn still manages to stay together! Fantastic design and material!
July 18, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Danny2 WARNING - The new ones don't fly at all
We had a previous Flying Squirrel toy for many years. It flew well, no matter who was throwing it, and the dog loved catching it out of the air. When it finally wore out, naturally we bought a new one. The new one doesn't fly at all. No matter who throws it, and how it is thrown, it just tilts to the right EVERY TIME and crashes to the ground EVERY TIME. Clearly they have changed the product and have some kind of manufacturing problem. Sad.
November 7, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Muttley1 Just doesn't do it
My dog lives for a good game of Frisbee. However, she does not like hard plastic discs. As such, I buy her floppy, cloth ones.
We have gone through a series of these that she enjoyed. They flew well and for quite a distance but we're not very durable. Seams would split or she would chew threw the fabric in a matter of weeks.
I had been told about Chuckit toys and decided to give them a try. I bought both the squirrel because I thought it would be great for nighttime play and the disc for distance throwing.
Initially, they seemed to be better products as the material seemed more durable and the squirrel had glow in the dark tabs. I was, however, sadly disappointed the moment we used them.
The squirrel barely flies at all and constantly tilts. Also, the glow in the dark patches do not retain much light which made it difficult for her to find at night.
Likewise, the disc flies at a sharp angle and has no air time. It just lands on its side and rolls away. While my dog will retrieve it, she would rather use the old raggedy discs so she can catch them in the air.
If you are reading this my suggestion would be to go with one of these toys:
March 17, 2014