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The Indestructible OllyDog Olly Flyer

One of the first toys I got for my dog was a Frisbee--which he chewed into handfuls of bits that I was cleaning up for months. In contrast, the OllyDog Olly Flyer has survived a lot of abuse at the paws and teeth of my dog and his pals without so much as a tear in the material.

The Olly Flyer is made out of resilient stuff, and it sails through the air more easily than other toys I've tried. I like that it rolls across the yard when I throw it at the ground--at least until my pup leaps on it. Unlike a rigid Frisbee, which, in fairness, is designed for human play, the OllyDog Olly Flyer has soft edges that don't hurt my furry friend when it crashes into him.  

The waterproof (and slobber-proof) OllyDog Olly Flyer doesn't get saturated and soggy, which is great for me when I leave it out in the backyard in rainy Eugene. The Olly Flyer also floats, so it's perfect for trips to the lake. What's more, mud rinses off easily, so the fun and funky pattern is visible. (The Olly Flyer comes in seven colors and patterns.)

Bottom Line: Even the most chew-happy dogs should have a blast with the OllyDog Olly Flyer (and still have an intact toy afterwards!). One of my favorite aspects of the disc is its durability: It withstands even a tug-of-war game in between throws. -C.R. (Oct '10)

BUY ONLINE: $15-20, Click for REI .

Manufacturer's Site: www.ollydog.com

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When hiking or camping, always carry the "10 Essentials":

Extra clothing, extra food and water, lighter or water-proof matches and fire starter, map in waterproof envelope, compass, pocket knife, sunscreen and sunglasses, flashlight or headlamp, first aid kit, emergency shelter.

Source: Seattle Mountain Rescue and Seattle Mountaineers.