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06-11-2014 10:42 AM
kbella999 Jawz by Hyperflite which is a heavier disc but safe for dogs teeth and holds up well. Also look at Hero Canine dog disc. This is what we use. Hero Disc USA | Dog Discs.
06-09-2014 09:34 PM
canyadoit I use air brake diaphragms If you know a heavy equipment mechanic ask for a few They get changed out often They are 10 -12 " in dia nice thick soft rubber They do not float though
05-07-2014 12:15 AM
charger Extreme Flyer - KONG
The best one out there for dogs.
03-23-2014 09:02 AM
Remo I am also a huge fan of Jawz by Hyperflite. They are soft, fly well, and hold up to huge amounts of dog abuse. The only negative is that they will sink like a rock in water!
03-23-2014 08:43 AM
Stosh I roll the disc on the ground so Stosh doesn't jump. Occasionally his front feet will leave the ground but I make sure he isn't jumping for it. Stosh really likes the small size Dawgz- they're nearly indestructible.
03-23-2014 06:13 AM
aparanae Thank you very much everybody!!

I'm gonna make a list of all the products you named and see what I can get here and then decide what we get for our girl.
03-21-2014 09:35 PM
angelas I have a Ruffwear frisbee that is awesome. The outer rim is solidly stuffed so it doesn't loose shape. It was great for the lab mix I took care of.

My sister has Chuk-it Squirrel discs for her dog. Exprensive and she keeps having to replace them because they loose shape and don't stand up to being *SNAP*ed out of the air. But they are 1/2 the price of the Ruffwear and easier to find.
03-21-2014 08:38 PM
Mikelia I really like the chewber and the chuckit one with the hole in the centre. I use the chuckit frisbee for when they are swimming and the chewber for on land. The chewber really flies.
Neither wears very fast. The chuckit one wears faster but it is fabric. My dogs only play with them outside, and there is no laying down to chew on it so they tend to last a while.
03-21-2014 07:53 PM
DJEtzel I use floating frisbees primarily for dock diving.
03-21-2014 07:05 PM
wolfy dog I don't play Frisbee with GSDs, I think they are too heavy boned and too heavy anyways. They run plenty of risks without playing with Frisbees, unless you roll them (the Frisbee, of course!)
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