The Jawz flying disc is the toughest and best-flying, puncture-resistant disc ever made, yet it's made out of a soft, pliable material. It stands up to gnashing canine teeth better than any other competition disc. If Fido's plastic addiction is robbing you of your hard-earned dollars, the Jawz disc is for you.
Note: Although the Jawz disc is remarkably tough in normal canine play, it is not intended to be used as a chew toy or tug toy. Does not float in water.
The Hyperflite® K-10 is the official disc of the Skyhoundz Canine Disc World Championship Series, the largest disc dog competition series in the world. For further information on Skyhoundz events, please visit www.skyhoundz.com.
- Type: Interactive Toy
- Color: Glow-in-the-Dark (Translucent White)
"Long lasting, great for fast dogs"
After going through literally hundreds of cheap frisbees (the kind of frisbee that you can get from national chains, with their name on it), I read about this frisbee online, and gave it a try. We bought about 3 of these for our Australian Shepherd. We used to go through cheap one every week. With this frisbee, they last such a long, long time, we never got to the last one before our Aussie passed away. Our Aussie loved it. There'd be teeth marks, but they never ever got punctured. It has a nice weight to it too, so you can really put a spin on it and make it go fast. Because of that weight, even in a gusty wind conditions, the frisbee would stay in its course too. Now we have a new Aussie puppy, and are training him to be a frisbee dog as well. We realized that this disc is not exactly a good disc for a beginner dog though. Our puppy is not quite fast enough to catch this disc in flight, yet. After he gets a bit faster, we plan to get some more of these. These are the discs Skyhoundz use, also.
"LONG LONG LASTING"
These are the toughest longest lasting discs (frisbees) to be found. Fairly easy to learn to throw, just throw a tad harder than a regular frisbee and will last and last saving you $$$$