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Chuckit! Flying Squirrel Dog Toy


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  • Raised sides for easy pick up
  • Aerodynamic design flies great
  • Floats in water
  • Glow in the dark paws
  • Dimensions: 10 in. x 10 in. x 2 in.
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Product Details

Color: Assorted | Size: Medium
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00027467O
  • Item model number: 11300
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (349 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,212 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Color: Assorted | Size: Medium

Here is one squirrel who loves being chased down. Just grab him by the paw and throw like a flying disc. His spinning feet create visual excitement for you and your pet. Chuckit. Flying Squirrels exemplify the award-winning innovation that makes these toys so popular year after year. Unique benefits include raised sides for easy pickup, glow in the dark paws for evening play, and flotation in water.

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Safety Warning
Remove toy from use if it becomes destroyed or damaged

Customer Reviews

The Flying Squirrel is a very fun and durable alternative.
Amazon Customer
The four corners are a tough rubbery material, which is a good thing because this is the fetch toy that our two dogs love to play tug of war with.
J. Turner
It flies really nicely, doesn't get up in the air way to far unless you throw it straight up.
M. Miracky

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Matthew A. Wigdahl on April 17, 2005
Color Name: AssortedSize Name: Medium Verified Purchase
Our dog Annie is a frisbee enthusiast. She doesn't show much excitement when we pull out an old tennis ball for catch. But get out a frisbee-or even MENTION the word Frisbee - and she goes bonkers. The only problem is, she is part husky/ part lab and those front canines rip through plastic like a hot knife through butter. Yesterday she literally chewed a cheap plastic frisbee to shreds in under ten tosses.

Enter the CHUCKIT! - this thing will last through thousands of throws without ripping or fraying. The shape and action it displays during flight must drive Annie nuts because she pursues it like a starved wolf. And you can really get it out there far - which is a plus for us, because Annie is quite speedy and can cover a lot of ground in the blink of an eye. The best part is the finish, when the chuckit hovers several feet of the ground as it slows and drops. At this point Annie uses her incredible closing speed to leap into the air and snag the Squirrel - which comes easy due to its soft, flexible body.

Today I am ordering our second one in as many years, only because we always left ours outside and the sun deteriorated it. One helpful hint: make sure to throw it by the head. It will fly much more acurately than if thrown by a leg.

Good luck and have fun - your dog will love its new squirrel!
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By HAVEACIGAR on August 5, 2011
Color Name: Blues & PurplesSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
My female lab likes to be the biggest jerk in the house and take every new toy and smash it against our male lab's head. Frisbees were much too hard, but with the Flying Squirrel, it bends against the side of his head without injuring him.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 10, 2009
Color Name: AssortedSize Name: Medium
The Chuck-it Flying squirrel is a genius product. Did you know that over time, tennis balls can flatten your dogs teeth? It's like sandpaper on their canines! The Flying Squirrel is a very fun and durable alternative. Now, my dogs and I have been through A LOT of flying squirrels... we have lost a few to trees (my fault), and my dogs have lost a few to their own forgetfulness (dragged them off someplace and forgot to bring them back) but we've rarely lost a squirrel to destruction. This little creature is far more durable than it looks. That's not to say that a determined mutt couldn't shred it if he/she wanted to, but under supervision of a human this toy should last a very long time. Here are some secrets that I've learned so far. The Medium size is the strongest, and lasts the longest. The large is the weakest and I have lost 2 of these to destruction (and my dogs don't chew on toys... just a few catches frayed it). Chuck-it company was a good sport about this and replaced the product with my preferred medium. The small is great and strong but doesn't fly as well or as far as the larger sizes, but is certainly more convenient for smaller retrievers to carry.
Bailey, my Golden mix goes absolutely bananas for his flying squirrel. It's paws down his favorite toy on the planet. It works in the air, the ocean, the lake, the beach, everywhere. It slows down before landing (on a good throw) so that he can catch it and look graceful doing it. If he misses and it lands, he doesn't have to dig it up like a standard Frisbee, it's curved sides make for easy pick-up (which I might ad really saves your lawn if you are playing in the yard!!!
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Johnny on March 3, 2011
Color Name: Blues & PurplesSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
This toy rocks for Winter play. IT flies as far as you like, is easy to throw, the dog LOVES it, and it does NOT sink in the snow and get buried or lost like a ball does. Our chocolate lab lives to fetch balls, and I think she likes this thing even better. The best part is that she actually has learned to look up at the squirrel and watch it fly instead of just running full out towards where she thinks we threw the ball, then not seeing it land and the ball getting lost in the grass. Great product. Remember, it is not intended to be a chew toy, so when someone says it doesn't last, they are likely using it as a chew toy instead of a fetch toy- and there IS a difference. This product has lasted for the last 6 months of winter, being fetched five times a day by a very heavy chewer dog. She chews on it a little while fetching, but we do not leave it with her to chew on. We have yet to use it in water, but supposedly they float!

Oh yeah, it also taught our dog to catch a frisbee very quickly just by chucking it!! Ha Ha!! No really, it did. I think due to its graceful nature of floating down to the ground she had enough time to catch it in her mouth early on. Great product!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. Piesco on August 10, 2007
Color Name: Blues & PurplesSize Name: Large
It is a good doggie toy. I wish it were a bit more durable. I have two labs and they beat it up pretty quick. Overall, a good toy , just do not let your dog use it as a chew toy. When not retrieving, keep it in your pocket!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By M. Allen Greenbaum HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on July 29, 2006
Color Name: AssortedSize Name: Medium
Our golden retriever, Sadie the Wonder Dog, is an absolute nut for chasing and retrieving things. Her preference is for balls: tennis, softballs, rubber balls, hard baseballs, anything round that bounces. When a ball is not available, she'll come over to us and drop a rock at our feet. While I usually tell her ,"no, I will not throw a rock," Sadie's acting chops are finely tuned, and I sometimes give into them. That she finds them is a tribute to her and her breed, I suppose.

The problem with the objects mentioned above is that they're not always safe for either dog or home. Rocks and baseballs are obvious, but our vet (I mean, Sadie's vet) informed us that catching tennis balls can be rough on a dog's teeth. Enter the squirrel, a product from "Chuckit," the people who invented the Chuckit flinger--a whipping arm that enables you to toss a ball several hundred feet for a great canine work out.

THe "Flying Squirrel" won't go as far as a Chuckit flung ball, but it can hover a bit when thrown right, and may be desireable for somewhat older dogs, or any dog on a hot day. Because of it's aerodynamic properties, I find it easier to throw than a frisbee, although it won't go as far. Again, this could be an advantage. It's covered in soft material, and Sadie has yet to rip it or chew threw it, contrary to one reviewer's experience here. I'm wondering what kind of dog that person has, the "sporting" dogs were bred to retrieve fowl (and tennis balls?) without injuring (well--further injuring--since the bird has already been shot!) or clamping down on the prey.

I have to admit that if a ball is around, the squirrel gets cursory attention, but it seems to have more appeal than a rock.
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