Playing Fetch (05/24/2010) I took coco out to play fetch on this bright spring day.
Retrieving a Stick (05/01/2010) Coco retrieves a stick from the flowing waters of the Salmon River.
Welcome (05/01/2010) Coco was happy to have a new flying disc ... sadly her human lost it on the very first day.
First Fetch (05/01/2010) Coco sets up for the first fetch. The Dogobie flies true. One small problem. The pile on the right of the screen had ash in it. The disc got really disgusting when I tossed it into the ash heap.
Flexible Disc (05/01/2010) The Dogobie is super flexible. Notice Coco is able to fold it up in her snout.
Dogobie Welcome (05/01/2010) The Dogobie on a welcome mat after the first fetches.
Soft Bite (12/19/2009) Coco couldn't wait to get her snout on the Soft Bite Floppy Disc. This was problematic because I wanted to take a picture of it while it was new. I tried putting it on a fence and she jumped up an grabbed it.
Soft Bite Floppy Disc (12/19/2009) The Soft Bite Floppy Disc before first fetch. There is a dog jumping all over me wanting to play with her new toy.
First Fetch (12/19/2009) The first fetch with the Soft Bite.
Soft Bite (12/19/2009) A dog can bite down on the Soft Bite and it will recover after the ordeal.
Coco is a fetching dog. She loves jumping high in the air to catch a flying disc.
As her Frisbee habit consumes a great deal of my time, I've ended up with a large selection of frisbee dog photos.
Soft Bite Floppy Disc
Paws down, my favorite Frisbee so far is the Floppy Disc by Soft Bite. This inexpensive frisbee has a body of durable nylon wrapped around surgical tubing. The disc has a long clean flight and is very easy to snatch out of the air.
The Disc held up to several hundred throws and a game or two of tug of war with other dogs.
The Floppy Disc comes in three sizes. The medium is the best disc for all but the smallest of dogs.
Coco's newest toy is a Zisc Disc from SitStay.com.