- 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. Covered by KONG Satisfaction Guarantee. See KONG Satisfaction Guarantee document below for full details.
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Supervised use only. Remove all packaging. Discontinue use if damaged.
Simply twist off the top, fill dish inside with dry food or treats, screw the top back on, then give to pet.
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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)
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.
I recommend filling it about halfway, and knocking it around in front of doggo so they can understand good stuff comes out it. After knocking out about half of what was in there, I put a little peanut butter on the inside of the hole and gave it to my dog. She then would lick it intensely, enough so that the food would begin coming out. As the food depletes inside the kong, she began trying harder to get it out. When she gave up, I opened it again and put some small treats inside with the remaining food.
After that, all she wanted was to get the food out!
It would be best to begin this before feeding doggo dinner, and remember to include this kibble as part of doggo's daily feeding guideline.
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So for me personally a waste of money and what could have been a very expensive trip to the vet.
For those who can use it, I think it will be lots of fun but if you have a dog that can really chew I'd advise against buying this and just put the treats/food in a normal Kong xxx
They'll spend ages with them instead of trashing through the house whilst play fighting (Both got a lot of energy even after long walks).
Durable (the GSD picks it up every now and then and throws it on the floor...that works on the normal Kongs to get the treats out so she tries the same trick with this).
Not too easy to get the treats out when using the right sized treats. I use mixtures of sizes to keep it interesting for them.
All in all. Love it.
Originally reviewed 21 August 2018 and now an update 26.05.2019:
One of them manages to unscrew the toy but it doesn't happen often. She however did chew on the top bit a little but knowing her, she put some serious effort in it and still didn't manage to completely destroy it. The two parts sti'll screw in and toy works fine (Now I just know which one is Ripleys :)
Both get their morning activity treats after their walk in these and they are part of our morning routines.
I fill it with treats in the morning and it keeps my doodle occupied for some time. She often drags it out in the evening in the hope I will refill it.
It can make quite a noise on our hardwood floor which is why we have a curfew time on it. But saying that she then looks forward to it coming out for the occasion we have to leave her in the house alone.
It is easy to fill and wash out. The bottom is weighted like the old weeble toys and is good value as it is very durable.
But yes, our dog loves it. Though he does have a habit of pushing the toy in hard-to-reach places and then causing havoc when he can no longer reach it. So do use under supervision.
‘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.
- Made of food-grade, high-strength polymer.
- Dishwasher safe
- Top screws off from bottom for easy filling.
- Available in two sizes: S and L’
PJ is a fussy eater and this was purchased as another attempt of trying to make mealtimes exciting in the hope he’d eat more than he usually does. So, it was a bit of the opposite of the intention to slow down eating. The Wobbler is well-made; it is weighted at the bottom and the Bop Bags you’d punch as a child come to mind. PJ bats at it in the same way, finding it great fun when it rebounds back up at him, even if he has inadvertently hit himself in the face in doing so. This didn’t exactly increase his food intake, but it is liked as an enrichment activity and so it’s not been a bad buy.
- Well made
- Good enrichment activity
I have to use the largest size as the puppy (at 52kgs) loved to get the smaller size one in his mouth to chew, there always seems to be one last bit of food the can't get out, and he almost chewed through it after a few weeks of determined gnawing! In summary - these are fantastic, just buy the biggest size; they can't be too big if you've got a 'proper' dog, but they can be too small if you've got a toy dog.
But not only does he love it, the shape and size (it's a lot bigger than I expected) make it impossible for his pesky chops to grip it! Woo!
He mastered the art of knocking it about to get the food out and has a ball doing it. Also, looks hilarious.
I've started to fill it with his dry food along with a few little treats for incentive and its meant lunch can be left for him whilst we're out without it being gobbled the second we leave.
Highly recommended, even for a powerful chewer.