Designed to fly far and straight from a durable material that isn't hard on dogs' mouths... keeping active dogs happy and playing for hours! Engineered from our incredibly soft, yet durable Zogoflex® material. Its pliable material allows your dog to pick it up from flat surfaces with ease and will not hurt or damage their soft mouth. In your backyard, at the park or on the water (it floats!) the Zisc® is the must have interactive toy of the season!
Zisc® is Guaranteed durable - even against the destructive fetchers! While Zisc is not designed to be a chew toy, it is designed to hold up for months and months (if not years and years) of daily fetch playing.
This amazing toy is also designed to be recyclable! Zisc is available in two sizes and three engaging colors. Large measures 8.5" in diameter; Mini measures 6.5" in diameter. Made in Montana, USA.
Owners of "power chewers" know that most toys won't last 5 minutes... and claims of "indestructible dog toys" are just not true. This is why we offer our one-time guarantee - for owners who are skeptical and would like to give it a try. More often than not, their dogs have a new favorite toy, and the owners are relieved to find a toy that will last! West Paw Design receives less than 1% of its guaranteed tough dog toys back - and most customers request a free replacement over a refund, stating that these dog toys are by far the longest lasting toy they've ever purchased.
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Having a frisbee freak inhouse, means you are looking for the best PAWsible products to play with, that first are SAFE, and when leaping and catching with their mouth, NOT all frisbees are created equally.
You must be on the lookout for their teeth.. They are apt to get broken, grabbing at flying objects, and yes, even made out of plastic, I have seen others crack teeth. This one is the best material, the most safe I have seen, other than solely made from fabric.
Its is well balanced, and flies like a dream. We have both sizes, and if you have a big strong dog, the big one is the only way to go.
Our dog plays with both, and as a woman, I prefer to throw the smaller one. Not that I cannot lob the big one, but depending upon how many dozens of throws you have in you, it gets a little heavy, and so the smaller one needs less control to throw well..
I have mentioned that my girl is a FORMIDABLE chewer too, and even when left alone, albeit discouraged FROM chewing on non chew toys, she has never been able to harm them.
It may be possible, it just has never come up.
I would recommend these highly.. Worth every penny, and even though ours have had oodles of air time, pun intended, they wash up and look like they are right off the shelf.
Someone got these right when they set out to make a good dog toy. They really did. I wish it was me, but at least we get to play with them..