KONG Wubba Dog Toy
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- The Kong tuba is a fun, interactive toss and tug toy
- Durable reinforced nylon fabric covers two balls — a tennis ball on top and a squeaker ball beneath
- The long tails make it easy to pick up and throw
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KONG Wubba is a fun, interactive toss and tug toy. Durable reinforced nylon fabric covers two rubber balls - a tennis ball on top and a squeaker ball beneath. Available in assorted colors.
Size: Large | Product Packaging: Standard Packaging
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My current dog is extremely destructive, so he goes through a lot of toys. Kong Wubbas are his favorites, probably because after he chews off the tails and rips the body apart he has two new toys to play with: a large squeaking ball and a tennis ball. It takes him quite a while to destroy all pieces - sometimes almost a week (to compare: any soft toy averages about 20 minutes, a new bed about a day). Lucky for us he doesn't actually eat the pieces, so we don't have to worry about choking hazards. He likes to leave the evidence of his labors laying around for all to see!
I have a 1 year old Australian Shepherd. He has a moderate chew drive. This toy stands up to his moderate chew drive very well.
Rowdy's favorite way to "solo-play" with this toy is to shake it back and forth vigerously so that the ball is whacking him in the side, or if he is holding the ball, the tails are hitting him in the side. He also likes to toss it on the ground for himself to watch it bounce away, or push the squeaker with his nose with the toy on the floor.
For "interactive play", we like to go outside and throw that sucker across the yard! Rowdy loves to chase it, it bounces somewhat erratically when he hits the ground, which makes for more mental stimulation for him. When Rowdy grabs it, he shakes it around as he does in "solo-play" while bringing it back to us, and then he returns it, eager for another toss. Occasionally he will want to play tug games when he returns it. And we let him decide! This toy is a great confidence builder, too. If you "let your dog win" the tug games more often than not, that is very good for their confidence level. And when he has to "figure it out" after the ball has bounced in unexpected directions, he sure feels proud of himself for being successful! It's great to watch my overly timid dog come out of his shell and develop the confidence he needs!
Overall, I am thrilled with this toy! Though we haven't experienced it, I am fairly certain it would survive getting soaked by sprinklers and dry just fine. I do think, however, that I would not recommend this toy for anyone who has a "serious chewer". I do not believe the tails would stand up to very focused chewing. But for the average dog, I believe this is a great toy. And well worth it's cost.
We buy him one a few times a year. And as long as we catch him before he starts chewing, it will it lasts a few months or more. As soon as I walk through the door with a new one in hand he starts dancing with excitement.
If I don't catch him chewing he can pull it apart or chew through the fabric within minutes. Depending on his mood, sometimes he just makes a hole and it is fine for a few weeks. But if he is ambitious he will destroy it completely until it is just a mini tennis ball, squeaker, and shredded fabric. But, he loves the darn thing, so I will continue to buy them.
Personally I HATE the squeaker, but it might be one of Gus's favorite features *sigh* I believe the squeaker was not originally in the Large size. As I remember that the first one we ever got him did not have a squeaker. But maybe I'm wrong.
Anyway, it appears as though the X-Large doesn't have a squeaker, and I am ordering one to see. So I can have some quiet while he is playing. But as I said this is by far his favorite toy, and as long has it makes him happy, I will keep replacing them.