Stuff your pal's Kong toy with a variety of tasty treats!
About KONG Wobbler
The KONG Wobbler keeps dogs mentally and physically engaged while they instinctually work for their food. A paw-activated wobbling motion releases kibble bit by bit and has the benefit of slowing down mealtime, helping with weight management.
Twist to unscrew and fill with kibbles and treats. It's way more fun than a bowl, and you can fill it with mealtime kibbles to slow eating. Use smaller snacks for easier sessions and larger pieces for more of a challenge.
Dogs Need to Play
A dog's physical and mental development are influenced by a healthy, instinctual need to play. Built for durability, KONG dog toys encourage play and offer enrichment, meeting this natural need to play.
Looking for additional enrichment? Try the KONG Classic rubber toy. KONG encourages dogs to focus energy on healthy engagement, helping prevent unwanted behavior by providing a mentally stimulating, physical challenge that keeps dogs occupied and mentally challenged.
Did you know that anything that is safe for a dog to eat is safe to stuff into a KONG? Here's how:
STUFF: Stuff loosely for beginners or tighter for more advanced users (w/KONG Snacks or your dog's favorite kibble).
ENTICE: Use a tasty appetizer such as KONG Easy Treat or peanut butter.
ENRICH: A stuffed KONG offers mental and physical enrichment.
EXTEND: Want to extend playtime? Freeze for a longer-lasting challenge.
Choose the KONG That Is Right for Your Dog
Looking for more enrichment? Select a KONG Classic shape that is right for your dog.
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Oakley-Jayne took the Kong Wobbler really well, she had it figured out very quickly and it is working great at slowing down her mealtimes and challenging her mind at the same time. I bought the largest so that it would be more difficult for her to pick up and carry around or chew on. She gets her wobbler and it keeps her busy while I fix our meal. I knew the opening wasn't adjustable so I actually bought the other brand too, but I haven't tried it out yet as I've been quite pleased with the Kong Wobbler.
... at least not unless you're willing to buy a new one every week. Our dog (58lb mixed breed) loved his wobbler and quickly figured out how to get the treats out, but he likes to chew and tear at things and it's just not durable enough for him. I'd highly recommend it if you have a dog with a softer mouth, or who doesn't feel the need to achieve ultimate victory over their toys through dismemberment.
This has always been one of my pups favorite toys. She plays with it literally for hours sometimes. We lost her old one so I bought her a new one. She didn't even have it 2 days and the bottom broke off and sand went everywhere. I had to throw it away. I unfortunately won't be buying another one and run the risk of my dog eating the sand because she thinks it's part of the treats inside. Very disappointed pup and owner.
I recently purchased the Large Kong Wobbler for my 64 pound dog. Around 5 min. into playing with the toy for the 1st time, she caught her front foot toenail and pad in the treat hole. Fortunately I was close and watching. She immediately began shaking the toy to free her foot . I rushed over & was able to unscrew the toy. She was quite stuck, but I was able to squeeze the pad making it small enough to push back through the hole. It was a frightening experience but luckily resulted in no foot/nail damage. I have notified Kong of this incident.
My two puppy Belgian Malinois eat so fast and this has been great to slow them down and for mental stimulation! The only thing I don’t love is that with this feeding method, your dog is licking your floor all over! I still use it but just throwing that out there for you to think about it!
Great toy to keep dog busy, design is very good, but quality of material it is made from is NOT GOOD, dog scratched it with the teeth in no time, and becomes very rough surface that collects all tiny particles, threads, etc. Makes it harder to use or no desire to use. if KONG used their hard rubber instead of plastic it would've been much better. and would be usable longer
There isn’t a lot of space for anything in such a large wobbler. It’s also substantially heavy. Unless your pet has significant strength, I wouldn’t recommend. It’s almost too difficult to get the treats out. My dog gave up after 15 minutes.
I love the durability and how challenging it is for dogs! Kong is such a great brand. Especially good if you can supervise the play, to avoid bits of kibble winding up buried in blankets and other hard-to-clean places. Pup dog loved the challenge of trying to get the kibble to fall out of the wobbler. Toward the end, getting the last kibbles out was a little TOO challenging and pup dog gave up in frustration! But definitely provided sustained intellectual engagement for a tough-chewing pup. Also a great toy for blanket-training ("Toy stays on the rubber mat. That's the game." Reinforced with patient replacement and encouragement, NEVER with punishment!) and for slow-feeding of impatient eaters.
Chewy always has incredibly fast delivery times. This toy is so much better than the other Kongs, because you can put dry food in them (I use Charlie Bears from Chewy) and the dog really has to work for it. I learned that my dog is right handed! I bought one for my dog and two for friends' dogs.
I feed a lot of one of my dog's meals out of this toy. It helps slow down eating and helps wear her brain out later so she isn't off the wall. The other dog I have can't figure it out/ won't touch it. The toy is sturdy enough for its purpose, but don't leave your dog alone with the toy. Its not as sturdy as a normal Kong so you have to watch them with it. Overall it's a nice slow feeder/brain toy. I'd definitely recommend it for people who have tried a lot of different slow feeder bowls and still can't get their pup to calm down.