Chuckit! ParaFlight

Dog Product - Chuckit! ParaFlight Description

Product Description

Chuckit! Paraflight is perfect for games of fetch, whether you're out in the yard or in water! The paraflight features a soft rubber edge that's gentle on your dog's gums and teeth, but a strong nylon interior that makes it plenty durable for playtime. It soars through the air, which allows your dog plenty of opportunities to run and jump after it.This flying ring is easy for your dog to catch and hold onto with the soft rubber ring. On the other side is durable canvas which is another texture your dog will love. This flying dog toy also floats high in the water assuring visibility to your dog.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 9.6 x 9.6 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces
  • Average Amazon Customer Review: 4.3 stars out of 5

Positive Amazon Comment

I have a golden retriever and a border collie. I would like to address three common issues in this thread

(1) we go out and throw the frisbee a couple times per week and the pull and drag everytime they bring it back to me. it has held its own for the past 2 months.

(2) the stitching has started to come undone, but that is to be expected when they play as hard as they do. Dont use it as a chew toy (which is not what it is advertised as in the first place) and it will last plenty long. plus, when the stitching comes undone, it still flies fine and the pups dont eat any thread.

(3) this does not fly like a normal disk. however that being said, after 10-15 throws, you begin to realize how you need to throw to maximize distance. My border collie catches this thing 30 yard downfield. it gets plenty of air time, and your dogs will love it.

By funfacts on October 24, 2014

Negative Amazon Comment

My dog's very keen for the frisbee, so I'm always on the lookout for a soft disc that flies well. I was looking for an alternative to Kong's relatively fragile, but otherwise excellent, frisbee and priced this up at my LPS.

My dog is not an aggressive chewer; she does the "shake it and kill it" thing that so many dogs do on returning, but that's never been an issue. This frisbee had holes in it after five throws. That's about five minutes, say. I expect it'll be in tatters tonight. I guess it's back to the drawing board- or at least my LPS for another Kong.

By Niall Munnelly "Niall" on February 3, 2015