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Dog Frisbee with Snack Groove

Dog Frisbee with Snack Groove

Regular price $36.50 USD
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Product Features:

  • 【Interactive design🥏】The frisbee features a creative treat holder that can hold wet food or treats, making it an enticing chew toy for your dog.
  • 【Durable material🥏】The frisbee is made with a double layer of waterproof and wear-resistant Oxford cloth, ensuring that it can withstand your dog's rough play and last for a long time.
  • 【Teeth-friendly design🥏】The frisbee's unique shape is designed to fit your dog's mouth structure, allowing them to easily pick it up and carry it around. The frisbee also has a soft TPR material that surrounds it, which is gentle in your dog's mouth.
  • 【Safe for your dog🥏】The frisbee is BPA-free and safe for your dog to chew on.
  • 【Versatile use🥏】The frisbee can be used as an interactive toy for training your dog or as a fun outdoor toy for playing catch.

Product Size:

Pink dog frisbee with snack groove


Oxford Fabric,High-strength TPR Material

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Pawsome Purchase Note

Please note that colors and sizes may vary slightly due to lighting and device differences. Allow for 1-2 inches (2-3CM).1-3cm inaccuracy, and consider these factors before making your purchase. Any variations are not product quality issues. If you have any questions, please contact us. We want you and your pet to be completely satisfied with your purchase.

Caring Manual

Avoid exposing it to extreme temperatures

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Frequently Asked Question about Dog Frisbee

How can I train my dog to catch a Dog Frisbee?

Training your dog to catch a Dog Frisbee can be a rewarding experience. Start with short tosses at a low height and gradually increase the distance and height as your dog becomes more comfortable. Use positive reinforcement techniques, such as treats and praise, to encourage them. Practice regularly to improve their catching skills.

Why my dog not interested in dog frisbee?

Lack of familiarity: If your dog has never been introduced to a Dog Frisbee before, they may not understand its purpose or how to interact with it. It might take some time and patience to help them get accustomed to the toy.

Fear or discomfort: Some dogs may feel apprehensive or uncomfortable with the shape, texture, or sound of a Frisbee. They might associate it with something negative or have a past negative experience with similar objects. Gradually introducing the Frisbee and associating it with positive experiences can help alleviate their fears.

Play preferences: Dogs have different play preferences, and not all dogs are interested in chasing or catching objects like Frisbees. Your dog may simply prefer other types of toys or activities. It's important to respect their individual preferences and find alternative ways to engage and entertain them.

Health or physical limitations: If your dog is experiencing any health issues, such as dental problems, joint pain, or mobility issues, it could affect their interest or ability to engage in activities like playing with a Frisbee. It's always a good idea to consult with a veterinarian to rule out any underlying health concerns.

How can I help your dog become familiar with a dog frisbee

To help your dog become familiar with a Dog Frisbee and potentially develop an interest in it, you can follow these steps:

1. Introduction and observation: Start by introducing the Dog Frisbee to your dog in a calm and positive environment. Allow them to sniff and investigate the Frisbee at their own pace. Observe their reaction to gauge their comfort level.

2. Positive association: Create positive associations with the Frisbee by offering treats or praise whenever your dog shows interest in or interacts with it. You can place treats on or near the Frisbee, encouraging your dog to approach and explore it.

3. Interactive play: Begin interactive play sessions by tossing the Frisbee gently on the ground. Encourage your dog to chase it and explore it further. Reward them with treats or verbal praise when they engage with the Frisbee, even if it's just sniffing or touching it.

4. Gradual progression: As your dog becomes more comfortable, start tossing the Frisbee short distances, gradually increasing the distance and height of the throws. Use a gentle and encouraging tone to motivate your dog to chase and catch the Frisbee. Reward successful catches with treats and praise.

5. Patience and consistency: Remember to be patient and consistent in your training. Some dogs may take longer to warm up to the Frisbee, while others might show interest right away. Keep training sessions short, frequent, and positive to maintain your dog's engagement and enthusiasm.

6. Adapt to individual preferences: Observe your dog's play style and preferences. If they prefer rolling or picking up the Frisbee rather than catching it mid-air, allow them to do so. Tailor the interaction to their comfort level and natural inclinations.

7. Make it fun: Incorporate playfulness and excitement into the training sessions. Use high-pitched tones, cheerful encouragement, and occasional treats to make the experience enjoyable for your dog. Play in areas where your dog feels comfortable and safe.

Remember, not all dogs will develop a strong interest in Frisbees, and that's okay. The goal is to create positive associations and provide an opportunity for engagement and mental stimulation. If your dog still doesn't show much interest, explore other types of toys or activities that align with their preferences and strengths.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Asha T
Surprisingly Durable and fun

The flyer is super durable and swings in the air adding fun element to the games with my boy. He loves leaping in the air to catch the flyer.

Excellent choice if your doggy is spoiled for outdoor games.

Lin R
My dog adores this toy!

I can't recommend this Frisbee enough!She goes everywhere with it and is eager to play fetch as soon as she jumps out the car.It's easy to see. It floats (upside down) and she can fold it in her mouth.