Review by: Julie and Blue Belle Walton
DogBlog: A Dog’s Eye View
Product: West Paw Design Zogoflex Air Dash Frisbee Dandelion Dog Toy, Large
By West Paw Design
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ZogoFlex Air Dash by West Paw
The Zogoflex Air Dash Frisbee Dandelion Dog Toy has an aerodynamic design that’s easy for parents to throw and fun for dogs to fetch. The durable outer shell surrounds a soft foam material, so it won’t hurt your pup’s mouth or your hands, and the center hole allows for smooth, off the ground pickups, a stable, fast flight and a gradual descent. This Frisbee is injected with Air Technology, making it a high-flying dog toy that’s fun to fetch on land or in water.
- Bright dandelion color
- Light design floats in water
- Eco-friendly and recyclable
- FDA compliant and BPA and phthalate-free
- Non-toxic and top shelf dishwasher safe
- Designed, sourced and made in the USA
This was a difficult product to review. First of all the dad in the family was afraid to let Blue Belle give it a try. The Air Dash Frisbee seems soft enough for her to catch, but it seems very heavy. He was worried that it would hit her in the head and hurt her. Finally I was able to give it a try. Blue Belle loves to catch a ball and her soft bite floppy disc, but didn’t know what to do with this heavy frisbee. I started by telling her it was a frisbee. I threw the Air Dash Frisbee into the yard several times and she just let it go and didn’t even go after it. I showed it to her again and told her to pick it up and bring it to me. She finally understood that it was something she could play with. Success – she caught it and brought it back. But she doesn’t really play with it, because she loves her pink floppy disc flyer.
The Zogoflex Air Dash Frisbee by West Paw is very sturdy and all of their claims do appear to be true.
“Fly + Fetch
100% guaranteed tough
Made in America
DASH features an ergonomic shape that’s easy on human hands and canine jaws like, a center hole for fast, steady flight, and a wavy profile for better in-air visibility and smooth off-the-ground grabs.”
Our dog, Blue Belle, an Ausie/Blue Healer, prefers a light-weight flyer.