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KONG Wobbler Dog Toy

KONG Wobbler Dog Toy

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    Clever/lazy dogs can hack this

    By Pyrenees on May 12, 2022

    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 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. … more

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    Confused Dog

    By Cooper on May 20, 2022

    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 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. … more

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