KONG Wobbler Treat Dispensing Dog Toy
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- Dispenses food and treats for hours of fun; prevents rapid eating
- Entertaining wobble action
- Twist off dispenser; easy fill
- Made in the USA
- Measures 7 x 6 x 10.5-inches; suitable for dogs weighing 25-pounds or more
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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.
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On the KONG: You just unscrew the top of the beehive from the base and place treats on the little platform, then screw the lid back on.
On the Starmark: You unscrew the yellow topper and put treats (I use his regular kibble and he enjoys it all the same) in the top. There is a little switch inside that you can pull to the desired size, so treats don't come out too easily.
There is another switch like this on the side of the toy where the treats come out.
I feel like the StarMark wobbling toy is more sturdy than the KONG version. I feel like the KONG version's threading is going to wear down faster, as the StarMark seems to be more durable. (My dog likes to pick it up and drop it from the couch).
All in all, my dog prefers the KONG, but in the long run I think this one will stand the test of time. He has been playing with these for several months now and has not broken either one yet!
(From 1.5 yr old 55lb super chewer Husky/German Shep Mix - Aldo)
EDIT: So thanks to another review that I read directly after posting my original review, my chihuahua has FINALLY, successfully learned how to dispense the treats. It took about 15+ minutes of training and encouragement by simply filling the kong to the max with small treats, and then placing a treat underneath the kong so that she would learn to nudge the kong with the top of her head. We did this over and over until she started nudging on her own and realized the treats would fall out of the kong almost every time she did this. I'm hoping once I switch to regular dog food, she'll be just as excited and motivated to play with the toy. She's still going at it as I write this edit! Thanks again to the other reviewer for posting this tip!
Like some other reviews have mentioned, sometimes it dispenses too much, too easily. I suppose this varies depending on the size of treats/food you use to fill it with. To remedy this, we just put a little "lip" made of duct tape at the bottom of the hole on the inside and it seemed to help a lot (see picture).
Our dog is a crazy power-chewer and has not managed to wreck this toy, even though he's destroyed just about every other Kong he has. So we love it as much as he does!
Updating to 5 stars. I've had for about a year and it's the only thing I use now.
My dog loves this thing. She has quite a few treat dispensing toys, but this one is her favorite. She goes crazy when she sees me getting it out and she'll even play with it when it's empty. My dog is too smart for her own good and has learned how to "hack" all of her other treat dispensing toys. Because of the weighted bottom, she has no choice but to play with this one the way it was intended.
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Our little dog cant use it because shes not strong enough to nose it around but our bigger dog loves it