Adventuresome water dogs choose Zisc!

Posted November 02, 2009

Meet the adventurous trio of Kai, Primadonna, and Smudge! These water dogs are from Orange County, CA and do they ever love to swim! Whether it is in a pool or in the great outdoors, they make sure to bring their favorite toy, the Zisc dog frisbee! They discovered the Zisc dog toy two years ago, and their human Dad is sure to keep at least 2 dog frisbees on hand at all times.

Primadonna swimming with the Zisc

Kia retrieving the Zisc
Quick dog Tug game

 

“The fact that these dog frisbees float and are highly visible on top of the water is a huge bonus. My girls like to play a brief game of tug with the disc, the durability has been pretty good too! I have used other floating dog products that were made of fabric & while they certainly floated, clearly my dog (Kai) preferred the West Paw Floating Zisc, Paws down! The material is soft on her mouth, yet durable enough to withstand intermittent games of tug with her Pitbull sister, Primadonna. When we go kayaking, my dogs are able to easily see the disc floating on top of the water which makes retrieval easy for them. I cannot tell you how many hundreds of hours of pure fun and pleasure that our West Paws Floating Zisc brings to me and my dogs. Thanks so much for making a superior product! “

David Throwing for Kai
Kai's off to get it

Their owner, David, believes “every dog deserves an adventure” and founded the largest social dog group in Orange County where canines and their humans get outdoors and get active! David is also launching a website with only the items that he has personally used and believes in. With his own personal testers, it will be sure to have some great things! Good Luck, and remember to always take time to get out with your pups!!

The whole pack is swimming for the Zisc

 

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