What is a good dogfrisbee?

A good dog frisbee strives for a balance between a number of properties. It is flexible enough so that the dog does not injure its mouth, gums and tongue when grabbing the Frisbee. Even if the Frisbee breaks, there should be no hard, sharp edges. But the frisbee should not be so flexible that it cannot be thrown. This balance is also related to what you want to do with it. A freestyle player does not throw greater distances and is easier with a more flexible and lightweight variant than someone who mainly plays distance. The shape of a good dog Frisbee matches the shape of the dog’s mouth, so that the Frisbee does not tilt too much in the mouth. This can damage the tongue or gums.