I know this little dog named Betelgeuse who cannot live without a 10" Aerobie Superdisc in her life.
My better, saner half has always wanted a dog who can catch a Frisbee. Betel may never realize his vision, but she will give it her best shot and will also fetch that darn Frisbee over and over until she collapses from exhaustion. I could have put any number of videos of her with her Frisbee, but I just chose the most recent. I've written a post in the past about her love of balls, but the Frisbee is the real deal, numero uno, her soul mate in toy form.
She is attracted to most Frisbees, but the standard-sized Frisbee is a little too big for her. It's both too heavy (give her a break -- she only weighs 11 lbs.) and too tall (it can get caught on the ground when she is running with it in her mouth). But the 10" Aerobie Superdisc is a perfect size and so lightweight. It's one of the easiest Frisbees I've ever thrown, and the plastic is resistant to sharp little teeth, even after a good, loving chew.
The disc costs approximately $9.99, but we've gone through several of these in the last few years. (The first one was a birthday gift from K to me because we love playing Frisbee, which is the equivalent of monkey in the middle for Betel.) I think we "accidentally" left one of them in Chicago -- Ahem, Icarus, do you know anything about this?*
And one got "lost" in Pennsylvania -- we're looking at you for this one, Abby.
But I guess that just goes to show what a big hit this Frisbee is for the pups in our life. Highly recommended for the humans, too!
* Photo by CPE, cribbed from her Flickr