Orders dispatched in 1-2 business days

Aussie Dog Fly It Blue Disc Chase Toy For Dogs

Extra 25% off when you Buy Any 2 Marked Toys & Treats - Use Code MMMTCS - Limit 1 Use Per Customer - Limited Time Only - While Stocks Last

Aussie Dog Fly It Blue Disc Chase Toy For Dogs Is Great For Active Play On Land Or In The Water
  • This fun disc toy is a modern adaption of a traditional frisbee that is made with adventurous dogs in mind
  • This disc toy is made from a specialised plastic that is designed to be used in the great outdoors
  • This material ensures that the disc won't become brittle and break apart after prolonged exposure to the sun's UV rays
  • It has a unique centre hub design that makes it easy for your dog to pick up  
  • The disc floats on water which means that you can play fetch with your dog in the pool, at the beach, or anywhere else where there's water.
  • It is softer than other many other flying toys which makes it a great choice for dogs who aren’t keen on hard toys
  • The soft design also makes it easier for dogs to catch in the air without causing injury to their mouth, gums, or tongue

Dimensions (approximate)

  • 24 cm diameter

Toy Selection

  • When picking a toy for your dog, go for a size that permits them to grip it with their teeth but is not big enough to fit entirely inside their mouth
  • Get to know your dog’s holding/gripping strength and play style before selecting toys


  • This is an interactive toy to use with your dog - it is not a chew toy
  • Supervise your dog’s use of this toy - do not leave the toy available for your dog to destroy or eat 
  • Frequently inspect the toy and remove the toy from the dog if it damages the toy or tries to swallow pieces of the toy
  • Replace the toy if it is worn or damaged
  • Unfortunately, no dog toy is indestructible – if your dog can quickly and easily damage a toy, then the toy is not suited to your dog’s play style, and a different toy should be provided
  • If you have a multiple-dog home, take extra care to keep large dogs away from smaller toys