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Kong Dog Classic Wobbler Toy

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The Wobbler is a KONG-shaped food-dispensing toy and feeder that sits upright until pushed with a dog's paw or nose, hen dispenses treats as it wobbles, spins and rolls. The unpredictable movement keeps the toy challenging, even for seasoned Wobbler users. USe the Wobbler as an alternative to a dog bowl and to help extend mealtime and exercise your dog.
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  • Additional Information

    • Brand
      Kong
    • Life Stage
      Adult, Puppy, Senior
    • Toy Type
      Chew
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    Customer Reviews(9)

    • Hannah says... Our five month old puppy has lots of intestinal issues and is only able to have a an-allergenic food. Unfortunately there are no treats suitable for her, so we put her regular dried food in here and she loves it!!
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    • Jo says... Great quality, sturdy, pretty much indestructible and well worth the money. Keeps pets busy and entertained for a while with a self rewarding system once they get the food out. Good idea to set one up just before you leave the house so they've got something to focus on. Every pet should have one.
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    • Troy says... My Pomeranian inhales his food so the Kong Wobbler was one of the items I tried amongst many others. Unfortunately the hole is too big for smaller sized kibble and my dog is able to empty it out fairly quick. I avoid larger size treats as my dog just gulps down larger treat without chewing. It would have been ideal if the hole was adjustable. Also recently my dog pushed the Kong into a corner so he wasnt able to get to it and upon hearing his frustrated yelps I ran up to him to find the Kong Wobbler had become damaged with deep teeth marks all throughout the top section. I was surprised by the damage as I thought the Kong would have been much more durable and resilient especially to a smaller dogs attempts to bite at it.
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    • Joanne says... Our dog used to gobble up her food within minutes, however since we started feeding her dinner in her Wobbler - her dinner time now takes 15-20 minutes. We've also noticed that when she does eat from a bowl every now and then, she eats much much slower than she used to which is great. Highly recommend this!
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    • Cassandra says... I bought this for my rottie pup when he was 6 months old and it's my favourite purchase so far. He had a slow feeder and would get through dinner in 3 minutes. This can take him up to 20. That's 20 minutes of peace for me and engaging activity for him. It's easy to fill, easy to clean. He drops it and chews it and it's still in good condition. I also tried a Maze feeder and much prefer this. There is no way to clean that or fill it quickly. Well worth the price.
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    • jennifer says... I have a 9 month old cattle dog and this is the only treat dispenser that does not get treated like the treat. This is the only unchewable thing I have found for her. I love it was well worth the money.
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    • Jamie says... My puppy learnt how to use this very quickly and it doesn't take her long to get through a meal. There are much better food dispensing toys available at much lower prices. I got a buster cube and find this to be a far better product
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    • Stacey says... I use this to feed my little guy his dry food - keeps him occupied and entertained and stops him gulping all of his food! He gets so excited when he sees it come out and wags his tail the whole time he is using it. Meal time revolution!
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    • jen says... I use a Wobbler for feeding my dog's dry food meals from. We were having issues with her basically inhaling her food. This toy has turned her usual 1 minute meal into a 10-15 minute meal, Love it!
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