Playtimes just got tastier thanks to the Kong Wobbler. It drops treats as your dog paws at it.
What it's for
Mental exercise is just as important for your dog's overall health as walkies and a balanced dinner. Long games of fetch and tug are great when you've got time, but the Kong Wobbler makes it easy for a quick game whenever the fancy takes you (or your dog). It drops a treat whenever they nose or paw at it. As the movements can be quite unpredictable, it'll hold your pet's attention, making the fun last longer.
If your dog is starting to lose interest in mealtimes, the Kong Wobbler can come to the rescue. Pop their kibble in the Wobbler instead of in their bowl and watch the fun begin. It'll help to keep your dog interested in dinner. Loss of appetite can be a symptom of illness, so if you do notice any changes in your pet's eating behaviour it's best to chat to the vet.
- can be cleaned in the dishwasher
- comes in two sizes, suitable for all breeds
- gives your dog mental and physical exercise
- fun alternative to a standard bowl
- drops treats when prodded
- easy to top up with your pet's favourite snacks
- moves unpredictably so your dog will be intrigued
How it works
The Kong Wobbler drops treats as your dog plays with it, thanks to a small hole in the bottom. When it's not being played with, it sits upright, so there's no chance of food accidentally dropping out and attracting pests. It has a strange shape, which makes it wobble in weird and wonderful ways that will keep your dog interested (and their mind sharp). To fill it up, simply unscrew the bottom and top up with the treats of your choice. You can pop it in the dishwasher if it gets a bit grubby.
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Lasted just 2hrs!!Our English Bull Terrier managed to chew a big hole in the top of this in a little over an hour!! :(
A good challengeMy 37kg mix breed takes about 10 minutes to empty a regular kong toy. This wobbler is much more challenging and has provided him with a good mental exercise that he enjoys.
Bought for our little terrier mix to try and wear her out a bit more. It takes her about 10 minutes to empty it, about the same as giving her a ball with food in. Unfortunately I think our dry mix is too small so it comes out too easily, but adding slightly larger chunks of apple / other treats helps. We're going to look into making the hole smaller somehow. She really enjoys 'killing' it for her dinner, it's a great design. Much easier to clean than the original Kong!
We got one of these for our Boxer x Staffie...He needs to be kept occupied and this is great. He has however scraped some of the plastic but we only let him play with it until he has got his treats/food and then it goes away or he will break it! Great also if they gulp food too quite. It is big and solid so mind your furniture. Well worth the money rather than cheaper alternatives!
I brought this for my puppy who is a collie cross when she was a couple of months old. Its great for mental stimulation and she still to this day loves playing with it (she is now 2). She barks at it out of pure frustration but it keeps her entertained for a fair bit. Definitely a great buy