4.89 rating based on 9 reviews
These are the Best Frisbes ever
from Lima, Ohio10/11/2011
I have a 100 lb German shepherd who loves to play frisbe. I had purchased 3 a year or so ago one has survived I think the lawn mower guys took or runover two. I sent for two more. They are absolutely the best, they don't cut his mouth or gums and they fly really good, even the old one still would fly decent. He loves to jump in the air to catch them. These frisbes are the best I'm glad Entirely Pets sells them, I hate those plastic ones for the dog. Truth is I can't say enough about them.
by J. Robinson05/19/2008
This is the best flyer by far. It's the only one my dogs will chase now. The only problem is you can't find them in the stores. I highly recomend these because they don't hurt the dogs teeth and fly forever.
by T. Blake, Pittsford, NY11/19/2008
Our golden doodle's FAVORITE toy - she would fetch it endlessly if we had the energy. She carries it around the house constantly. The flyer is a flexible, bendable nylon, an excellent product, but as the previous customer said, hard to find.
Our border collie/australian shepard/blue heeler mix is crazy about frisbees, but he'll destroy a typical frisbee in a single session. We bought two RuffDawg discs several months ago. He absolutely loves them, and has not managed to do any damage (in spite of some very energetic attempts). I highly recommend them!
My 4 year old lab loves the K9 Flyer. They are very durable and can take a beating and even chewing. Also very easy on his teeth which I love and I'm sure he loves too.
Flyer not Floater
by Jen P01/01/2009
My flyer loving dogs love this flyer and its gentle on their mouths. Inside or out, this flyer is on the bringing it a long list. However, the key to remember that the flyer (unlike the other RuffDawg toys) DO NOT float! I lost my first one in a pond with one throw. Overall - great toy.
My golden also loves these. He's very tough on all toys but these will last about 2 months before he has a hole big enough in the middle of it to affect flight. He folds them over like a pita & carries in his mouth which eventually cracks the thin middle portion - once he crammed 3 in at once! They do sink - I lost one in a pond and one in the ocean. The smaller size flies pretty well & is the most durable.
Luv Luv Luv!
by Pattie P06/12/2009
Charlie loves this frisbee. We use it in winter too because it stays soft. Ours have lasted for years now. He isn't a big chewer. We did have one rip once when another dog and he played tug of war. Would recommend 100%. Charlie also brings it back like a huge taco. He can even pick up off the cement by using his legs and mouth. A hard frisbee would not be as easy to pick up.
Happy to have found this for my disc dog1
I bought one K9 flyer several years ago at a craft bazaar. My Golden Retriever loves it so much he refuses to chase or catch any of the other flying toys I've collected, they rot in the bin. This time I'm getting two RuffDawg flyers ...in different colors!
This flyer is easy on my hand when I throw and looks easier on the dogs mouth when he catches it.