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KONG Wobbler Dog Toy

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The KONG-shaped Wobbler is an action-packed treat and food dispensing toy. It sits upright until pushed by a dog’s paw or nose and then periodically dispenses tasty rewards as it wobbles, spins and rolls. The unpredictable movement keeps the toy challenging, even for seasoned Wobbler users. The Wobbler can also be used as an alternative to a dog bowl to help slow and extend mealtime while providing exercise for your dog. Unscrews for easy filling and cleaning.

Key Benefits

  • Made of FDA food-approved, high-strength, plastic polymer
  • Entertaining wobble action for added excitement
  • Top screws off from bottom for easy filling. Dishwasher safe, so it's easy to clean
  • Dispenses food and treats for hours of fun. Can also be used as an alternative to a dog bowl to help slow and extend mealtime
  • Recommended by vets worldwide and comes in 2 sizes

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  • Item Number
    59193
  • Lifestage
    All Stages, Adult
  • Made in
    United States

Size

Size Dimensions Capacity
Small 6 x 5.3 inches 1/2 cup
Large 7 x 6.5 inches 1 cup

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243 reviews 243 Reviews 4.5 out of 5 Stars

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  • Keeps him Busy!

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    I originally bought the kitty version for my cat who plays quite agressively, and he loves it. I decided to buy the largest Dog Treat Wobble for my BF's Dog Ninja, who is a full grown Lab...he adores it too! Not many toys stand the test of time with Ninja, and this is heavy duty, with the benefit of treats! He is VERY food motivated yet this keeps him occupied long after all treats have been dispensed. Only downside is snack crumbs in the rug. I have friends who have also used this for theor pups who ate their meals too fast, resulting in tummy aches. They put a serving of dry food in here and puppy had to work for his meal, eventually trained him to eat slower from his bowl.

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  • A Wobblin' Good time!

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    My vet recommended this to me a few weeks ago for my (now) 14 week old GSD to slow down his 40-second meal times (as inserted tennis balls or pouring food in parts didn't help). He gets easily frustrated when the food doesn't come out when he nudges it and will lay dramatically on the ground next to it two nudges later. I'm sure this is because he is so young and will master it when he gets a little older. For now I just kick it all over the kitchen like a soccer ball which is both play time for us and effectively slows his eating. Now if only I can get him to chew his food lol

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  • Kong never lets me down

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    We have a wide array of Kong items because our first rescue had extreme anxiety issues and Kong toys helped keep him entertained and saved my furniture from his excessive chewing. He absolutely LOVES knocking this down and watching treats fly out. I probably could have gotten the smaller one, but our guy doesn't seem to mind the size. He had it figured out literally in seconds. I store it in his toy basket and he will now go knock it out of there onto the floor and bark at me when he thinks he needs something in it. (That doesn't always work for him, but he tries. LOL)

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  • Works GREAT for one of my dogs!!

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    I have two second chance dogs. I bought 2 of these. One medium, one large. While the medium did not work for the boxer mix and was given away, the large works VERY well for her!!! She is high energy and can be a bit much in the morning. I can put her breakfast in and have tea while she gets her morning energy burst out. I also use it for her other meals. She gets more excited about her KONG then her food bowl. LOL My other dog is a Pyrenees mix. He has no interest in it. :) We are still looking for something to get his interest.

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  • Material has been changed

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    I had one of these for over 4 years and my dog loved it. It finally split from the keyhole down to the opening and cracked open. I spent the almost $20 for a new one only to find that the material is now much softer and it lasted 2 days. I only give it to her with treats once a day and I always take it away but the material was so soft that it split on day one and cracked open on day two. Not happy.

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  • too big but still cool toy

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    I love this toy but my small dogs don't. I think it would be fine for some small dogs that are more robust or ones that aren't skiddish. My 10 lb dogs don't like it and what happens is it bounces back in their face. We got the small and just need smaller. Highly recommend for dogs that aren't afraid as it's a cool concept and will keep them so busy.

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  • I love these

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    I put my dogs dry kibble in these and my dogs work for their food. Keeps them busy for a while shoving the toy around chasing bits. My dogs are not being hurt by working for their meals, my coonhound weights 57 lbs and my pit bull 66 lbs. both are healthy weights for their size. You can feel their bones but not see them through their skins. So they aren't starving, plus this makes them slow down to eat and not go to sleep right after they eat, I think it helps keep them trim.

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  • Great Idea and Typical Kong great construction

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    The only reason I didn't give this 5 stars is because my St. Bernard puppies will not use them. In their puppy kindergarten class, all of the other, more active breeds, love them and are fascinated. My girls are probably too lazy and my adult Saints just ignore them. I am going to try treats of a higher value to see if I can entice them to find out how much fun they could have.

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  • Great to keep her occupied

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    The Kong Wobbler is a lot of fun. I can put a few pieces of my dachshund's food or other treat inside and she will entertained trying to retrieve the food. It stands up to her dragging it around by her teeth and knocking it into the wall/furniture. When I have a task, I know I can count on the Wobbler to keep my dog occupied, freeing up my concentration.

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  • Great game!

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    My labradoodle loves this game. I can fit her entire meal in the wobble which is about a cup and a half (there's probably room for more). She loves pushing it around to get her dinner out of it. It takes her about 15 min to get all the food out and she is ready for a nap after she eats - this is nice because she is very high energy.

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