KONG Wobbler Dog Toy
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About This Item
- 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.
Stuff your pal's Kong toy with a variety of tasty treats!
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1173 Customer Reviews
This should be described as large
This kong measures 6L" - 4"W. It is marked for dogs up to 25 lbs. My dog weighs 17 lbs. This thing is WAY too large for her. My other dog looked at it like he was intimated by it, weighing 38 lbs. Something is very wrong with the description on the packaging -I will be returning two of these. I bought two of these, both will be going back.
I absolutely love the Kong Wobbler! I got the large one, because my dog is 70+ pounds. It’s perfect for her. It keeps her busy, it gives her plenty of exercise, it encourages her to chew her food, and it wears her out (she’s a doodle with tons of energy to burn). It’s great!
Based on the title you already know what this is gonna be about. Both of my Golden’s could not figure out how to use this toy which ended up being a waste of money. Thank goodness they have their classic kongs to use.
$20 down the drain. My dog just sits there and stares at it like he is waiting for it to do something. I tried to encourage him and show him how to work it but he just stares at it like he is confused or afraid of it. It would be nice if it had a rope coming out the top so he could grab it, I might drill a hole in it and try something like that but he is not interested. It's like a haunted relic that no one want to make eye contact with.
He loves it!
My dog is definitely a fan of puzzle toys as he gets bored pretty easily. Even at his ripe old age. I put his breakfast in the Kong and he loves it! It makes meal time much more exciting and gives him stimulation at the same time. I highly recommend this.
Great distraction toy
My puppy loves this, every time he moves it correctly he gets a few pieces of food. He stares at it when he gets nothing, he hasn't figured out yet the difference in how he moves it. So it keeps him occupied for awhile. We love it!!
Hole Too Small!
The hole in this one is too small for the Charlie Bear Treats and mini Milk Bones that I use in the larger one. Cannot figure out what they expect you to use.
wobbler Dog toy
My fussy dog, Benny, is not taking to the Kong. My former lab, Rufus, just loved it. Not sure how to get Benny interested in it. Help!
Good for picky eaters!
My dog loves this toy. I often put his dog food in it, throw in a couple treats and he bangs it around till it’s empty. Just bought another one for a new puppy gift bag.
Clever/lazy dogs can hack this
My Pyrenees gained weight after an orthopedic surgery, even with the diet kibble she wanted more than allowed. This slowed her down and seemed to help with the “requests” for more (flipping her bowl for several minutes). She eats laying down and found a way to use the wobbler while laying down, she pushes it with her nose enough to knock some out and then uses her paw to move it back within nose-range. She’s also found out how to tell us she wants this refilled: she nudges it to the nearest wall and will repeatedly thunk it until you either fill it or remove it. Be careful in the dark, this thing is excruciating when kicked by accident. When my sisters sheepdoodle visits he holds it at and angle with his paw and licks individual kibbles out until it’s fully empty.