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    Default Good frisbees

    Does anyone have any recommendations for great frisbees for dogs? Lightweight, easy to catch, etc? My puppy loves catching frisbees in the air and the people frisbee I bought isn't holding up very well to his teeth anymore!

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    Rebel Sport. Large Frisbee, cost $15 dollars, ive had 2 of them, for 4 yrs. they fly real well as larger, and appear to be indestructible for Frisbee obsessed dogs lol

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    Contact Australian Canine Disc Association. They sell really tough frisbees that are designed to both fly and last.

    Welcome to the Online Kennel of Canine Frisbee in Australia
    Nev Allen
    Border River Pet Resort

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    I wonder how Banjo would like this ring too: Aerobie 13" Flying Disc

    I keep forgetting to buy her a frisbee. I think she would love it.

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    I've just bought a new really soft but tough frisbee for my frisbee mad male Whippet. Brand = Kong.

    It's soft black rubber and has stood the test of being used as a chew toy by the other whippets including one 13 week old pup. Flys really well and bonus is as it's soft it doesn't do any damage. My boy does not like the really hard plastic type frisbee.

    He also has a sort of hard foam frisbee but the brand name is no longer visible from all the bite marks. I must remove it immediately when he's had enough or the other dogs will be able to destroy it.

    But the new one just lays around the place. It cost me $21 from PetBarn well worth it as I don't have to worry when another dog gets on the other side of the frisbee and plays tug and I don't have to remove the new one so it can lay around for him to bring to us when he feels like a game.

    Both the red foam type and the naturally the Kong one are dog specific frisbees.
    Last edited by MAC; 06-19-2012 at 11:54 AM.

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    I looked at those Kong ones the other day and they didn't look like they would fly well at all. I'll have to go back to the pet store and ask if I can try it out!

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