Durable Petstages® Orka Flyer toy stands up to tough fetch and play.
ORKA material is tough in performance, but easy on dog's mouth
Fun shape for hours of fun fetch
Easy to grip and toss
Thick rim for added durability
The perfect INTERACTIVE toy!
Multiple textures massage gums and add interest
Designed for dogs that love to chew, Petstages®ORKA chew toys are made of durable non-toxic synthetic rubber, combining fun and function in one toy. By providing a dog with an appropriate chew object, owners can help reduce a dog's boredom and destructive behavior.
Great product, great price by aj from Boston, MA01/07/2013
I tried to find a frisbee by nylabone that I used to purchase years ago for my golden retreiver, but alas, they no longer make it. I was somewhat skeptical to purchase another brand unseen. I couldn't have been more thrilled than when I opened the package and found this flyer. The material is softer than the nylabone and doesn't cut the gums, but is durable enough for a good tug of war if it comes to that. I also love the bright color. Very happy and will definitely purchase this product again. Plus, as always, I received it in record time. Thank you Entirely Pets. No other online pet store can match your products or service.
BEST Frisbee! by LA from New Haven, CT04/02/2012
I have a Pit mix and a Lab mix, and this is the ONLY frisbee that can withstand the tug-of -war they play. This is a great product! The only downside is that, as with all things rubber/plastic, it can become compromised quicker if you leave it outside in inclement/cold weather. But all in all, it's an outstanding product. I have even purchased some other Orka products for my Pit to chew on, and it takes several months for her to chew through them. Great stuff!
by from 05/28/2013
Bought this as an order for several throw-able toys that would float. The dogs love to retrieve in the ocean or pool.
This product BARELY floats. It has a slight positive bouyancy. If the dog even bumps it slightly downward it takes a long time to get to the surface.
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lab loved it by kb101 from texas11/06/2012
it took quite a while but Mookie finally ate his way through it. split in a star pattern in the middle and he still ran after it. it still flew! one of the better flyers I've bought, and we go through a lot. not as heavy as the popular red one. 4 paws
Works by mikes08/08/2012
This frisbee is made from soft material that is resistant to chewing. It has a few chunks torn off the edges, but still works after a month.
best flyer ever by Lynn from Plymouth meeting, Pa.09/19/2011
The only flyer my dog dosen't tare part. I have tried alot of them and this is well worth the price. The rest of them crack when he bites them. He plays outside with it every day. So glad to find it on line.
Sturdy Product - Happy Dog by Pat from Michigan08/08/2012
So far the Orka Flyer has withstood the mighty teeth and jaws of our border collie chewer. She loves it.
Excellent! by kbauman101 from Texas08/11/2012
flies well, not like "real" frisbie but good for the thickness and weight. GREAT for my chewing Lab. Highly recommended.
Blue rubber tube was tough enough and did not break into pieces at all. Ropes came un-knotted and slipped inside the tube during tug-of-war session.
Average by Kath from Cleveland, OH01/08/2014
Somewhat dissapointed. This was smaller than I expected. I have a 14mo. old large mixed breed and also a power chewer. He loved the toy but was destroyed within 5 minutes from chewing. Only recommend for small dogs and should be noted so in product description.
Longest Lasting Toy by Dmcash1 from California11/20/2013
I have a Lab/Retriever mix, and this is one of his favorite chew toys. Of course the string is pulled out within minutes (like the filling out of a sandwich cookie), but the body of this lasts for at least a year. Great for a game of fetch, bounces like crazy, floats and he loves to chew on it.
disappointed by Sandikat from Western Oregon12/24/2012
another toy my cats seem to ignore. I like that is seems safe for them to gnaw on since I have a couple that chew on things, but my cats aren't interested. It seems like a good idea, and durable enough, so hopefully other cats show more interest.
Unsafe toy! by Kiki05/17/2013
I have a Maine Coon that loves to chew--he had the thin, pointy tail chewed off in less than 5 seconds. Luckily, I was right beside him, so I was able to help him when he started chocking. CHEW toys should never be made this poorly.
DOA by dlk from NYC, NY06/15/2012
they're stuffed with catnip and sitting just where i laid them. My catnip-loving cats are not enthused.
Not A Cat Toy by DB05/07/2012
Not sure why this is called a cat toy. They are Very Hard Plastic, the tail is Very Pointed and could poke their eyes if they happened to bat it in the air and it landed back on their face. My cat would not touch this. It is plastic and smells weird. Putting catnip or anything else in it would not make my cats even look at it. Save your money.....
Amazing CHEW Toy by Melissa06/25/2009
Suki is terribly dissapointed in me if I don't have a readily available supply of the Orange Mice!! He is part Siamese, so he really lets me Hear it. Suki & I cannot live without them. He loves to chew his mice.