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West Paw Zisc Large

R 575.00

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This high-flying, human-hand-friendly frisbee for dogs is lightweight yet tough. Gentle on dog's mouths, the West Paw Zisc is soft, pliable, floatable and flies far. With its curved edges, Zisc is easy to grip for both humans and dogs.

Perfect for fetch and tug-o-war. Forgot your dog's water or food bowl? Simply flip Zisc over - it doubles as a travel bowl.

Features

  • Top Rack Dishwasher safe
  • Latex-free
  • FDA-compliant (meaning it's safe to eat off of)
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Recyclable

Size: 8.5" (21.5cm)

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Julie W.

Excellent service

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Kaeyla M.
Excellent product.

I have recently bought my second one, the first having lasted about two and a half years of near-daily throwing catching and chewing. The disc is soft on the mouth, but firm and and light and easy to throw. It develops small cracks in the middle after quite a while but still works perfectly and even stands up to being chomped a bit. I love it, my dogs love it.. a really very good product and worth the price.

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Louise H.
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Brilliant 👏

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