Best DOG Frisbee
We've tried other dog frisbees, but most of them were too heavy for our 30lb Aussiepoo to really enjoy. Once we got this frisbee, his catching/retrieving skills soared! He loves snatching it out of the air or pouncing on it when he can't. Even though he's small, he's a BIG chewer, but has yet to really damage it. The only reason we have replaced our Dogobie discs so far is because we keep losing them in the snow. They are great cold weather toys because they stay soft. And I can fold it up and put it in my pocket when play time is over. The only small downside is that it takes the human some practice to throw it correctly and it is effected by wind. But since the dog likes chasing it no matter where I throw it, it's not a big deal.
Best Dog Frisbee
I feel a little silly reviewing a frisbee, but this frisbee definitely warrants it.
I'm not sure what they put in it, but my dog LOVES this frisbee. It is light and flexible, so he never has a problem picking it up off the ground (unlike with the hard, plastic types). Also, because it is so flexible it kind of bounces back when he bites it, which usually results in him dropping it and 're-attacking' it, shaking it and trying to 'kill' it. SO entertaining!
My dog is a 70lb labrador, that LOVES to chew. He's gone at the frisbee quite a bit, but hasn't done any damage to it (which is amazing in itself), though I've never left it out for him to really chew on it in earnest.
He's usually a 'ball' type of dog, but this is his new favorite toy.
I got a Border Collie, so I run through a lot of different balls and Frisbees playing it every day.
This is the best one I found yet. Tried the Kong Flyer too, but for some reason don't last as long as it used too, it used to last a few month, but with the weather getting colder, the rubber became more brittle and the last one lasted just a week. The Aerobie; however, lasted almost a year now, and as good as new. so, I am impressed.
Wish it is a little heavier, it is a bit too light, and made it hard to control with any wind at all. so..., It takes a little getting used to throwing it. but it sure beats buying a new disc every month. It's well worth it.
Great for year-round frisbee lovin' pups
My 11mo old Australian Shepherd loves this disc! I bought it because the weather is getting cold - so the plastic discs we usually use are hard and uncomfortable to catch. He really likes this disc and will play longer with it since his mouth doesn't get cut up. It is floppy and 100% safe, easy to catch, flies well once you get a hang of throwing it! It is really durable as well - however, don't let them chew as they please as the edges will break off eventually. I am planning to buy a few more of these next time I stop at REI.
A disc is worth a thousand balls
I have two other "dog" frizbee type discs. They all have their attributes, but Dogobie is our favorite. It takes a slightly different technique to make it fly, but can shoot straight and fast, or hover suspended above my terrier for seconds. He is aggressive and tries to tear it to pieces but so far, not a mark. It stays clean with little effort and can fold easily into a back pocket or pack. It is not as stable in strong winds as Soft Bite and Booda, but is easier for a small dog to handle. It is very soft on his mouth. Fun toy!
My Dog LOVES this frisbee. We play with it alot and its holding up great. My dog is probably gentler than most dogs with his toys, but he snatches it out of the air pretty hard and is a 90lb shepard dobbie mix, still not even a toothmark in this disk. It is light and goes far with just a little flick of the wrist. Much better that the frisbees you get at the pet stores. Also because it is soft rubber it fits easily into packs when you take your dog camping. Great quality, great price,and flys great. We both love this product.