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- Fun and safe for you and your dog
- the durable frisbees that flies, floats and is flexible
- Soft and gentle on your pet's teeth and gums
- makes those hard plastic discs obsolete
- Great for medium dogs
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BOODA TAIL SPIN FLYER 10"
It flies, it floats, it's flexible! The Booda Tail-Spin Flyer is a fun, durable, interactive fetch toy that will keep your dog entertained in & out of the water. This flexible Booda toy flies & floats--& even doubles as a water dish when you're on the move. This high-flying toy is soft & gentle on pets' teeth & gums, & is a safe way to play & exercise with your pup!
Top Customer Reviews
So I bought this one, even though I figured she'd tear right through it. Surprisingly though, it has held together (for the most part) for months!
It's really light, so it's great for big lumbering dogs such as mine. She can bend it, bite it, do the head-shake-death-grip-kill maneuver on it, and it comes out fine every time.
The only weakness is when she steps on it and then grabs the side in her mouth and tries to rip it upwards. She does this a lot (a few times a day), and she has made a number of small holes in it, but it still flies fine. I just tell her to "drop it" when she starts doing that.
Also, I take it away from her after our frisbee session. I'd recommend that, because if she had time to play with it on her own, it probably wouldn't last.
I've added a couple of product photos.
The disc is good sized, but in high winds, its a joke...you might as well use a tennis ball. But for the disc dog experts, this one is much easier to use and your not trashing your dogs gums with a hard style disc. You can get 30-40 yards on easy throwing. This isn't like your typical Ultimate 165g disc...you are not going to be throwing any bombs unless the wind is at your back and the throw is level.
The disc is drool resistant and washable. Cooper always leaves it dripping after our limit of 20 throws (he would take more, but we control his obsessions) I've have had about five of these and my biggest complaint is..they are expensive. Yes, they work well and so the expense disappears over time, but when you see all those $5 disc out there and you're paying $15-22...it gets to you like saying "What am I doing buying this dog a $20 disc?" But I do and you should too. He is worth it. It must be good if I keep buying the same brand. Don't bother with the smaller ones. They cannot work as well as the 12 inch. Even little dogs deserved to be treated as they were bigger. Get the 12" one.
The disc itself is extremely durable...I dont recommend it if you are caught getting into any tug of wars with it, so if that describes your dog, this disc will last a few hours. A few of ours have been dedicated to the Pacific Ocean, and that was Cooper's fault to be sure...(it was not a throwing error!). The disc works great at the beach providing there is no rip tide to suck it out to Catalina. I figure a few of ours are on their way to Hawaii. Mahalo!
On behalf of the need to be gentle to your dogs gums and promote disc dog activity. Cooper and I endorse the Booda disc.
Added 6/12: Years later, this is still the only frisbee we use. I forgot to mention, my dog (pink harness in the pictures, catching frisbee mid-air) is 12 pounds, and the 10 inch works well for us. Also bough the smaller one for off-leash trips when I need her to carry something in her mouth so she won't bark at people and and dogs, and to thow in the house during rainy days, since it won't fly very far. I bought a whole bunch of the 12 inch ones and a few 10 inch ones as reserves. God help me if they ever stop making these!!!
Another frisbee that is almost as good in terms of flight and softness on the teeth is the Ruffwear yellow ring, but that one is not as durable and way more expensive, so it does not get a lot of use, just figured I'd let people know who are trying to decide between them.Read more ›
I have started buying these from Amazon instead of Petsmart or Petco because both stores have increased their price on these by about double. I can't find them anywhere cheaper than Amazon.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Our 6 month border collie loves this frisbee. Its soft and light weight so you cant throw it very far but it does protect the dogs teeth. Read morePublished 1 day ago by ZH
We purchased 4 of the best discs available and the following is our conclusion. The dog chasing the flying discs is a high drive working GSD with proper breeding, titles, and X-ray... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Charkley
If my dog could write a review, she'd give this thing 100 stars. It's her favorite toy. Lasts and lasts, has been out in the weather and takes a beating and yet still flies with... Read morePublished 16 days ago by MMcD
It took our dog 9 months to chew through this one! Much better than previously purchased disksPublished 18 days ago by SKT
Forgot I bought it. With my dogs, it didn't last long enough to remember.Published 19 days ago by William M.
My dog loves this toy. She gets a little excited bringing it back and chomps holes in it sometimes, but it takes a while for her to completely ruin it.Published 21 days ago by Lab monkey mom
We've gone through many soft discs, the dog is just crazy about them; and this is is favorite style. Out of all of them, none have lasted nearly as long as this one. Read morePublished 21 days ago by M. Buckets