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KONG Flyer

KONG Flyer
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  • RRP: £9.99
  • Price: £6.99 In Stock

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The KONG Flyer is a rubber Frisbee that is soft on your dog’s teeth and gums. Take the Frisbee on walks with your dog for games of fetch. It has an accurate flight, and is easily thrown... Read more

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The KONG Flyer is a rubber Frisbee that is soft on your dog’s teeth and gums. Take the Frisbee on walks with your dog for games of fetch. It has an accurate flight, and is easily thrown long distances. It's also extremely flexible, you can roll it up and put it in your pocket!

Key features

  • Rubber frisbee
  • Soft on your dog’s teeth
  • Fold it in half and carry it in your pocket.

Customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 23  Reviews

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  • Bonnie's favourite
    This is by far the toy of choice! We have hours of fun. Vets say you should not throw a frisbee because a dog can jump up and hurt their back. I totally agree! However, we use it like a ball - either rolling it very fast on its side along the ground or just skimming the ground, so no jumping involved. She prefers it to a ball.
    Bonnie's mum - August 28, 2018
  • Kong Flyer
    My dogs Favorite toy and he's a terrier but loves this bigger one after years of running round with the smaller one. We love it as it gives him hours of fun and is not a "hard" toy.
    Jaybird - August 15, 2018
  • Happy Dog.
    Great excercise toy, and a superb frisbee to boot!
    Chris J - March 15, 2018
  • Adored by my Collie
    This has been a huge hit with my dog. She adores playing with it. An added bonus is that it is not easily lost in longish grass.
    Juliet Adams - April 20, 2017
  • Brilliant, robust, hours of fun!!!!
    I wasn't sure about it, but for the price I decided to give it a go. It has now suffered a great deal of torture; collies pulling it in opposite directions and trying to chew it, but it still goes on! The dogs love it; where it goes is a little unpredictable. I don't leave them with it, just take it out when I am with them.
    MoMo52 - March 18, 2015