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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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Wobblers wobble but they don’t fall down
The Wobbler is a KONG-shaped toy and feeder that sits up until your dog pushes it down with their paws or noses. The best part- it then dispenses treats as it wobbles spins and rolls. The unpredictable movement keeps the toy challenging even for the seasoned pooch. Use the Wobbler as an alternative to a dog bowl and help extend meal time and exercise your dog.
Introducing the Wobbler to Your Dog
To start treat dispensing or mealtime feeding unscrew the Wobbler and fill with food or treats. In the beginning make sure your dog observes you filling the Wobbler with food. Screw top on tightly!
Demonstrate the use of the toy to your dog- make it a big event. Let them sniff the Wobbler opening. Push it wobble it and roll it-until some of the food or treats are released. Get excited about the toy- your dog will too! Most dogs will quickly learn to use their nose or paws to move the Wobbler and release the treats. Praise your dog each time a treat is released. Your praise and the treat reward will encourage continued involvement.
It also helps to introduce the Wobbler when your dog is hungry and thus more motivated to work for the treats. Often one demonstration is all that’s needed in order for your dog to catch on. Repeat the process several times if necessary. It’s recommended that you start with a number of high-value small treats for maximum canine motivation and easy dispensing. This method ensures a rapid training period. As your dog gets more comfortable using the Wobbler you can increase the challenge by reducing the number of treats inside using larger treats and/or a combination of large and small treats. However always make sure the treats are not too big to fit through the dispensing hole.
- Easy to fill and clean as the top quickly unscrews from the base
- Use as a mealtime feeder for dogs that eat too quickly and scarf food
- Give IQ-building fun time to your doggy genius
- Made of FDA food-approved high strength plastic polymer
- Dishwasher safe
- Comes in two size: Small (fits ½ cup of food) and Large (fits 1 cup of food)
Wobbler Mealtime Instructions
The KONG Wobbler is an excellent alternative to traditional bowl feeding extending the joy of mealtime and preventing unhealthy gulping. Using the same basic instructions as above fill the Wobbler with up to 2 cups of dog food and then screw the top on tightly. Refill as needed. Use the same amount of dog food as instructed on your dog food bag.
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|Dimensions||5.13 inches x 7.5 inches x 5.13 inches||2.75 inches x 4 inches x 2.75 inches||2.75 inches x 4 inches x 2.75 inches||11 inches x 4.5 inches x 4.5 inches|
|Item Package Weight||1.9 pounds||0.5 pounds||0.26 pounds||0.75 pounds|
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Be aware of one thing - the toy is a little heavy and some hard plastic so it does bang around some.
Benji has never had trouble figuring out how to play with any of these and although he destroys plush toys in a flash, he hasn't been able to do any damage to these. The problem with all three of them is that they are just too noisy for him to play with in our living room very early in the morning when we want him occupied but our neighbor in the apartment next door is sleeping.
So when I saw the Kong Wobbler online it looked like it might be the best yet. I tried to find the toy in various retail stores, but it is new, and none of them carried it. So I ordered it without knowing anything about it but a photo. I assumed it would be that hard rubber traditional Kongs are made from and that even if Benji threw it around it would be less noisy.
Upon arrival I realized the toy is nothing like what I imagined - but that's not necessarily a bad thing. First of all the thing is huge, which I couldn't tell from the photo. It is almost as tall as the Bob-A-Lot.Read more ›
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As other reviewers stated, the kong shaped hole on the wobbler is indeed quite big and set very low on the toy. Food was coming out in chunks, way too easy. I tried putting a tennis ball inside the wobbler, but only made it worse. Because of the weight of the ball, the wobbler would not balance anymore. So for another quick solution, I put some electrical tape to cover 2/3 of the hole from the bottom. It worked! Now it was 5 times harder to get the kibble, and only one or two kibble at a time will fall out. But, the tape didn't last long. It started to rip and fall out. So then I took a hot glue gun and covered about 1/2 of the hole from the bottom. To prevent my dog wanting to try to chew on the molded glue with his front teeth, I covered glue's surface with masking tape. Masking tape adheres well and is very thin so it's like nothing's there. Kibble now falls out at decent speed. I might go back and cover the hole some more with hot glue to make it more challenging. When you do it, just make sure the hole is at least the size of the kibble/treat!
Actual review: I love this toy. It is very easy to fill in the kibble, and is easy to clean due to the smooth surfaces throughout. Material is softer than the hard plastic of buster cube, so it won't make a lot of noise and engraves teeth marks. Shell is thick so it seems durable though. Bottom seems to be filled with sand. With the hot glue mod it is another toy to keep my dog working for his daily kibble!
I read up on dachshunds and found out that they are hunting dogs. I thought that maybe if we made getting his meal a bit more of a hunt or challenge that he would like it more - and sure enough, I was right! Ever since we bought this Wobbler Kong, he eats ALL his food with no problems! This toy keeps my dog engaged and happy while eating! It is such a relief not to have to force or hand feed our dog and to not worry if our dog is getting enough food. The fact that he enjoys it and likes it so much is just the icing on the cake and makes us so happy! So, for our dog, it's more of an interactive feeder than a toy or game and we feel that it was well worth the money paid!
As others have noted, for a "small" size this is indeed pretty big - it's as tall as my dog! I was surprised by the size when I got it in the mail but I thought I'd give it a try anyway - and I'm glad I did because he loves it! So far, he hasn't had any problems with the size. It knocked him in the head/face a few times at first but never hard and now he's learned and usually moves out of the way.
We've had it about a month now and our dog eats out of it 1-2 times a day and it's holding up just fine. He is a big chewer and he's tried to chew this a few times but so far, has not done any damage. We have high hopes that this will last for a while!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Tried a different feeder but our 55 lb lab would chew on it and break parts off and the treats werent easy to get out of the other ones either. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Amazon Customer
I feel bad putting the dogs food in this thing. But it keeps him occupied and the gears turning inside his head. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Medic720
My lab puppy loves this, but it's a bit noisy when she banging it up against the cupboards.Published 3 days ago by doitalldad
This thing is twice the size I was expecting and boy am I glad it is. You don't want it rolling under furniture and dispensing food that your dog can't reach. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Denis R.
Excellent tool for dogs! We have a Weimaraner puppy who is active, bored and potentially destructive (don't let him within a mile of a chair or table leg!!) . Read morePublished 5 days ago by Patricia A. C. Evulet
When I first got the petit Kong treat dispenser my 7lb puppy wasn't able to put enough force on it to tip it over so his food would come out. Read morePublished 6 days ago by tamers
My puppy went crazy for this! It is better than the IQ balls in the sense that it is not constantly getting stuck under or behind furniture because there is a weight at the bottom... Read morePublished 7 days ago by triplebeam1988
For those high energy dogs, this is really a good way for the energy to get expended...also for dogs who it too fast...it's perfectPublished 7 days ago by Levi Stafford