Linda from Las Vegas, NV
I have had one before and she love it. So I got another one to take on trips with us so she can play with it away from home. Great toy and would recommend it to anyone and have
0 out of 0 found this review helpful
This is very clearly not a chewing toy, or meant to be an unsupervised toy, so all the reviews about "oh my gosh, I have to supervise or they rip it up" are apparently either idiots, or just can't be bothered to read the product info or packaging. This is very plainly marketed as an interactive toy only, NOT meant for unsupervised play or as a chewtoy.
So, moving on. These are great! My dogs love them. They fly well, and because they're soft, it doesn't hurt to catch (or get hit in the face, my dogs are not the most talented ever!), and it last pretty well. With fairly regular use, they last at least a couple of months, which is exceptional with my dogs, who will chew anything. It does get rips in it just from them biting down and chewing at it on the way back when retrieving, and doing the head-shake "kill", but considering the abuse, they're definitely worth buying again when they do crap out!
5 out of 5 found this review helpful
My dog loves to rip the center out of this frisbee. Once that is out he isn't as agressive with it. He is a 70# dog so his bite is quite strong. He has gone through quite a few but for this price, its not a problem.
Max Matteson from Eastlake, OH
1 out of 2 found this review helpful
My Lab is finatical about this toy.
Hard plastic models last only a few minutes. This toy lasts for months.
John from Cleveland
2 out of 2 found this review helpful
My lab destroys Frisbee, but this one hold up for at least a month or two of daily use. It's heavier then other cheaper ones and can fly further because of it. Great choice, for a Frisbee buy not for a chew toy.
labowner from New York, NY
6 out of 13 found this review helpful
My black Lab destroys most toys within minutes, but not this Kong frisbee. It's her favorite toy, bar none, and has lasted 3 years with no damage.
Because it's flexible, she can pick it up easily from the ground, and it lands softly enough to allow us to play frisbee indoors in our NY apartment! (Hard plastic frisbees won't work because they clatter on our wood floors. Besides, she just wants to chew them to bits anyway!)
Great product. Highly recommended.
Virginia from St. Catharines, ON
13 out of 30 found this review helpful
I gave this flyer to my Standard Poodle and he put a rip in in within 5 minutes. He usually has squeaky toys and I am not sure whether I would buy this again. I will see if there is an extreme version.
Diane from New Milford, PA
56 out of 113 found this review helpful
I have a Golden Retreiver and a Aussie. They love this frisbee! It's their favorite toy. It's soft, they can pick it up off the ground alot easier. Much softer to catch than the hard plastic ones. My Aussie also loves to fold it in half and just run around with it. They do play tug of war with it and have ruined one, but took a long time for them to do that. The center came out, but they still play with outside ring. They really abuse these frisbee's and I think they last quite awhile for what it goes thru. This is the only kind of frisbee I will buy anymore. Well worth the money compared to the cheap .99 hard plastic ones.
Daphne from Houston
129 out of 258 found this review helpful
I have an Australian Shepherd and he lives to play frisbee! I've had Aussies all my life and they're always bleeding because the frisbee edges get so sharp. This one is great and I've never seen bloody gums! And it's durable, too. A little pricey, but highly recommended.
brenda from alabama
170 out of 330 found this review helpful
My golden can destroy a frisbee in seconds- thought this would last longer, but in about 15 minuets she had started to rip pieces off. Still works and she loves it-but we have to supervise her while she has it.
81 out of 159 found this review helpful