I am so excited to share this Frisbee with everyone. We picked this Frisbee up at Walmart one day, and never thought it would last as long as it has. All other Frisbee’s we’ve purchased have been destroyed within days, sometimes hours of playing with it.
It’s amazing that our dogs have chewed, twisted and chomped on this Nerf Dog Flyer and it’s still in one piece. The proof is in the picture and video:
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We purchased the Nerf Flyer for our yellow lab, Bear, as he loves playing fetch. But our dog Ginger’s favorite game is “steal the Frisbee”! She will try to grab the Frisbee out of Bears mouth, pulling and tearing into the Frisbee. This picture of the yellow Frisbee below is from January, and it is now September… so 9 months of almost daily use and still in one piece.
Update: We just replaced the yellow Frisbee in the first week of October with a new orange one, after it finally tore too much to fly correctly. That makes almost 10 months of use!
The Nerf Flyer is a bit heavier than a plastic Frisbee, but it’s a compromise I’m willing to take for the quality. Bear also likes that the center is open so he can fit his mouth on the Frisbee and still see where he is going.
So now you’ve seen it with your own eyes, go out and get a Nerf Dog Flyer for your dog, it will be one of the best toy investments you make!
Nerf has several other toys including these:
I’ve only tried the Nerf Frisbee Flyer, so if you decide to purchase any other items listed above, please let me know, by commenting below, how your dogs enjoy it and if it holds up to the same quality as the flyer.
Debi McKee is a mom of three kids, two dogs and the creator of Rescue Dogs 101... were she guides you in your journey of adopting and raising a rescue dog every step of the way. She also volunteers for a local dog rescue and Humane Society.