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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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|Item Dimensions||5.13 x 7.5 x 5.13 in||2.75 x 4 x 2.75 in||5.5 x 8 x 5.5 in||6 x 6 x 6.5 in||2.75 x 4 x 2.75 in||3.25 x 6.33 x 3.5 in|
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Updating to 5 stars. I've had for about a year and it's the only thing I use now.
I've bought both the small and large in this, and love them. I use them to feed my goldendoodles. The small holds about a cup of food (not packed, as you want space inside so the kibbles can come out) which is good for my 35 lb dog, while the large holds about 3 cups easily for my 70 lb dog.
You have to help teach them how to get the kibbles out and don't leave them with it until they're comfortable with it or they'll chew it up to get them out, but once you do you'll be pleased. It's rugged, easy to open and close, and weighted on the bottom.
I twist the top so it opens up and use the top as a scoop to fill it up. They push it around on the floor and gets a treat or two every few seconds, so it engages them mentally, making them have to work for his food, and it also limits the amount of food they get at once so they doesn't swallow food whole so they digest the food better. Best of all, it takes him about 30 minutes to empty it. My only issue with it is you can get little crumbs of dog food all over the place from it rolling around.
- It does collect dust and dirt off the floor so you will have to take it apart and wash it like once a month
- Don't be ignorant with this dispenser; Train your dog to not chew on it by showing them how to push or roll it to get the goodies out. Use it when you're present until you're confident your dog won't chew on it to get the treats or dog food out. If you put treats in this and don't show them how to get them out then obviously they will just chew it apart to get them out. You have to be smarter than the dog and dispenser...
- This is meant to be rolled around. Don't just stick it in their crate with them.
Puppy (8 mo. lab) was really excited for this toy. He picked it up like a normal kong. I kept trying to get him to roll it around so the kibble would fall out. He would pick it up and then drop it...then chew on the small end to try and get food out. I discouraged chewing (as the packaging says... WHAT?? I had no clue -- this is a kong product, it should hold up to chewing!), but within minutes my pup had made deep scratches in the top just by biting at it to pick up the oversized kong (which wasn't oversized enough for a lab, IMHO).
Another issue we had -- when full of kibble, this thing doesn't wobble. It doesn't stand up. It tips over and stays on one side. Not making for very interesting play.
Furthermore, since my pup was able to carry this thing around in his mouth, the kibble went everywhere. I couldn't really keep it contained to the kitchen, as I'd expected.
- I'm not sure I saw any....since I have to return it.
- It says dishwasher safe, which I guess is nice.
- opening is big enough for large kibble to fit through, I was initially excited about that
- may be good for small breeds whose mouths are too small to pick up.
- packaging says to discourage chewing. totally unexpected and impractical for a dog that can fit this in its mouth
- plastic is hard and not durable
- size is not large enough for large breeds
- wobbler didn't wobble. It didn't even stay standing up when filled with kibble.
Long story short? I returned this after cutting short the play time. My pup was sad, because he liked it. But I could tell that he was going to totally destroy the plastic and I didn't want him ingesting it. And, as I mentioned, the toy didn't wobble...and he could carry it around so the kibble dropped all over my house. Maybe this would be good for small dogs.... but not for large breeds.