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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1164 Customer Reviews
$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.
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.
I got this for my avid chewer (blue heeler) I tried several times to show him how it works. He has zero interest in working for his treats despite being considered a “working dog.” I supposed I would rather not work on my down time as well. It currently sits in the middle of the floor, filled with treats. Taunting all of us daily as proof that he is the ruler of this home and will not be bothered to work for a treat his humans can simply hand feed to him.
I use this toy with a 50 lbs. puppy and he LOVES it! I put in his regular kibble. It would be nice if you could control the hole size, but I am not sure how they would do that without sacrificing how easy it is to clean (a major perk!) Make sure to tightly secure the top or your dog will have a feast. I accidently secured the top too tightly and now cannot remove it, but it hasn't mattered. I can still clean the inside with soapy water and a bottle brush, and I fill the treats through the dispensing hole. Be sure to use in an open area as your dog will knock into everything in their excitement, and this thing (I have the large) has some heft to it! Highly recommend!
My dog loves it. I got the large and he is a medium sized dog (25 lbs) and not big enough to pick it up or bite into it so he just pushes it around. Only negative is it is a little noisy as he pushes it into walls and such.
Purchased large for 100# dog
This kong is large even for a large dog. My dog loves the other kongs but this one received a so-so reception. I was surprised that it was made of a hard plastic that can be chewed and not the rubber of the other kongs. He doesn't bat it around like the puzzle kibble balls.
My dog is furious and it’s amazing
I work long hours and always try to find my beloved 90lb mutt monster new puzzles to keep him busy and active and engaged. He flips over every treat puzzle I’ve ever brought home for him. He can’t cheat with this, and he can’t pick it up to throw it around to smash it— this is amazing and perfect for him. It slows him down and keeps his focus and even if he’s mad at it because he wants more kibbles he keeps going. Also for fellow apartment dwellers— though it’s plastic and rolls around, there’s a weighted bottom to it so it doesn’t bounce or make too much noise. I am thrilled. (I only let him have it supervised so he doesn’t keep attacking it once it’s empty.)
Fun feeding toy! Wobbles as promised
My dog looooves the wobbler and we do most kibble meals in it. Pros: he loves it it's durable it (yes, you guessed it) wobbles Cons: it's too easy for him unless I add wine corks, small balls, etc. in with the kibble it's loud I also add some tape to obstruct part of the hole and that helps. I fold a piece of packing tape in half and then tape a fresh piece over it to secure it. It needs replacing every once in awhile, but ups the challenge.
Best boredom buster
Keeps my puppy engaged and busy. He will continue to even play with it after he has gotten all the treats out. It is quite large and I love that. He will def grow into it and it will be a high quality toy that lasts a long time!
Great feed dispenser
I hate that this awesome product has gotten poor reviews because the owners have allowed their dog to chew it. This is NOT a chew toy and your dog should never be allow to chew on it. Your dog needs to be taught how to work it and if your dog has never used something like this, you should start with one that is easier like the bamboo ball. Your dog should always be supervised when using it and it should be put out of dogs reach when not in use.