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3 pack Jawz Dogdisc €35,75

Jawz Disc is the disc that can withstand the hardest bites of your dog. It is simple indestructable.

Its developped to be tough yet flexible and it does not have the hard brittle feel of a standard disc. Off course you should always try to teach your dog not to bite the disc, but if he likes to get rough once in a while this is the disc that will last the longest. The Jawz disc is puncture resistant. In the hands of a skilled thrower the Jawz disc is capable of record setting distances. This disc is available in the colors yellow, glow, pink guave, see through and orange.


DISCOUNT FOR K9 CLUBS
For K9 clubs we offer discounts on all products. Send us an e-mail for more information.

Size22,6 cm
Weighta>142 gram
Floats in waterNo

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 01 August, 2016.
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