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Booda Soft Bite Floppy Disc Dog Toy

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7 Inch

$8.25

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10 Inch

$12.35

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12 Inch

$17.49

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Shipping weight = 0.25 lb.

Product Summary:

Booda Tail-Spin Flyer Dog Frisbee
Formerly known as the Booda Soft Bite Floppy Disc

What a great idea, and a great flying toy! This retrieval toy is designed to avoid injury to pet's teeth and gums. It should outlive any hard disc, when used as a toss and fetch toy. Not for use as a chew or pull toy.

Sizes:
Small: 7" diameter
Medium: 10" diameter
Large: 12" diameter

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
12 Inch 311323 LG 07012 723503070126
10 Inch 311323 MD 07025 723503070256
7 Inch 311323 SM 07000 723503070003

Product Reviews by Customers

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Best Dog Frisbee
My border collie Mollie LOVES this frisbee. It throws well, floating long enough for her jump up and rip it out of the sky. It's soft so it won't hurt her and it even floats. The only downside is that it really isn't that "tear resistant". Given 5 unsupervised minutes, she'll tear it to bits. So, she's only allowed to play unless we're playing frisbee together.609578
November 4, 2011
4-Season Toy that brings lots of joy
My 6-year-old German Shepherd has loved this toy since we started playing it around 2. Durable (unless another dog wants to get into a tug-of-war with it), and provides hours of fun for both of us. We use the 12" version and, depending on the wind, can easily toss it 35-yards. Even in the winter we go out and he'll bound through deep snow to get it (though connecting in the air is a lot harder!). We get our money's worth, but to make it last longer don't let your dog "own" it. Highly recommended!!
October 17, 2011
Dog's favorite toy
This is my frisbee-loving Border collie's favorite indoor toy. She gives it her highest recommendation!
May 22, 2010
Pretty good
I recommend this toy but me and my dog have gotten tired of it. Great for teaching your dog to play frisbee but not for continuing frisbee. Doesn't fly as far as I would like it to. We got the medium sized frisbee for my 50 lb. mixed breed.
October 7, 2009
fun in the sun
This is my active black lab's all time favorite toy. It is ONLY for play time and not to be left laying around if you have a 'chewer'. We still go though about 1 a month as he eventually eats the inner rubber ring, but my husband works from home so he usually plays frisbee with him 1-4 times daily. Floats well, flies great, soft on the teeth & gums, and the canvas is sturdy.
July 9, 2009
little dogs love them too!!!
My 6lb maltese loves the small 7in. soft bite frisbee. She had the big hard plastic one & it was too big for her to carry. The soft bite one she can shake it like crazy without hurting herself & its light enough for her to carry easily. This is by far her favorite toy of the many she has.
October 16, 2008
booda flying disc
outstanding product for a retriever. by far my lab's favorite outdoor toy. i have the large one and it flys incredibly well. the nice thing is when she catches it, it doesn't hurt her gums. i also have a nylabone hard frisbee and occasionally it hurts her gums to catch it. i also use the booda frisbee in the ocean and it floats well. i usually get a new one every year but my suggestion is that this be used only as a retrieving toy then put away. although its pretty tough, a chewer will ruin it so throw it and then put it out of their reach when you're done. also if another dog is playing, they tend to each grab it and tug of war with it which also isn't good for it's longevity so i'd avoid this.
September 26, 2008
Favorite toy but expensive for a Chewer
Jazz (2 year old German Shepherd) is crazy about the soft-bite frisbee-However, I must hide it away after each throw session, or she chews it up to get to the plastic tubing, Therefore, I have now spent well over $150 on these frisbees in her 2 years. So I buy the small size and wish they were cheaper or my concentration was absolute. ie-"Don't answer the phone or doorbell and leave dog alone with the frisbee!"
June 17, 2008
Mostly positive
Our Aussie is a very intense frisbee dog, and she and we love the Booda Soft Bite discs. They clean up easy, fly well, and we dont worry so much about mouth injuries. Our only consternation is regarding the price,... why so expensive for basic nylon
August 24, 2007
The best dog toy ever!
My dogs have gone through many frisbees, but the soft bite floppy disc is by far the best. This frisbee is the only one that has not resulted in injury to my dogs mouths. They love to play tug with it when they are not chasing after it. Thanks for a great product!
August 5, 2007
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smaller size is easier to carry
DEBORAH P on Mar 6, 2018
My Labs love to play fetch with these. They hold up well and don't fall apart with some chewing and shaking. Plus chasing after this toy is great exercise.
Stephanie M on Jul 29, 2017
smaller size is easier to carry
DEBORAH P on Mar 6, 2018
My active dog loves to catch a Frisbee. She prefers these soft ones, and so do I. It seems like the hard plastic ones could hurt their mouth.
Christine G on Sep 25, 2017
My Labs love to play fetch with these. They hold up well and don't fall apart with some chewing and shaking. Plus chasing after this toy is great exercise.
Stephanie M on Jul 29, 2017
My active dog loves to catch a Frisbee. She prefers these soft ones, and so do I. It seems like the hard plastic ones could hurt their mouth.
Christine G on Sep 25, 2017