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Ruff Dawg K9 Flyer Review

This is our first video review/demonstration, so it’s a little rough around the edges.  Let us know what you think!

In summary:

The K9 Flyer is probably a good buy if:

  • You are patient enough to learn how to throw it properly. I play ultimate frisbee and this thing still took me a while to get used to.
  • If your dog is good at playing fetch, or you don’t mind teaching him.  The flyer is durable, but it should NOT be used as a normal chew toy.

If you have used one before, what do you think of it?

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4 thoughts on “Ruff Dawg K9 Flyer Review”

  1. Great review! I’m surprised
    Great review! I’m surprised you could hold the camera so still during everything! Whenever I do reviews, I set the camera down on a table that’s facing against the sun so I can stand facing toward the sun so the lighting is even. This also gives the viewer a larger view. It also helps because then I don’t have to worry about dropping my camera! 🙂 Still, amazing job for a first review! Keep up the good work!

    • Thanks! What do you do
      Thanks! What do you do reviews on, usually?

      It’s a brand new camera, so it might just have better stabilization technology. We plan on getting a tripod for it soon.

  2. Loved the review but with my
    Loved the review but with my two big babies it wouldn’t last ten minutes 🙁 We go through so many toys , however I have learned most “Big Dog Approved Toys” are NOT Pit Bull approved toys 🙂 And I am lucky if they last 10 minutes. We found what are called flippy-floppers that work real well they run $2.50 each at most and last about a month give or take.

    Long live the Pit Bull Owners That KNOW what they really are and what we have 🙂