4.50 rating based on 8 reviews
dogs don;t play with it
by Michelle Isles04/21/2012
I'm sorry, my dogs do not play with this toy so I will need to return them.
Kept corgi entertained for hours!
Great product! It kept my corgi out of mischief for hours!
from Upstate, NY04/15/2013
The corgis have a lot of fun with this. My smooth collie was able to unscrew it, do it is not in the extreme category of toys. My five month old puppy loves her wobbler!
from Auckland, New Zealand01/22/2013
My jack russell loves her Kong wobbler. She likes it so much that she is clearly disappointed if she is given biscuits in a dish instead.
For those dogs who 'seem to swallow an entire dish of food in one go, the Kong Wobbler is highly recommended.
Best toy ever to keep a hyper pet busy
from saint louis, mo03/05/2014
My dog loves this. I tore up a couple beggin' strips and it will keep her distracted for about an hour or so every day. It is strong and easy to use. My dog chases it whining as if she is saying "come on, give me my treat." Its adorable and so useful. I love kong brand so far. My puppy is a little obnoxious with energy at times and this distracts her so well!
Perfect for keeping dog from gulping food
This toy keeps my dog occupied for awhile and makes dinnertime last twice as long. Also, keeps my dog from inhaling the food with light speed.
another great product
by dog mom12/06/2011
Good entertainment for a busy high energy dog. Stimulates the mind of high energy smart dogs. This type of feeding toy was recommended to me by my vet's office. My dog is a high energy working breed and always needs something to do. Even my little old 16 year old dog loves it!
from Houston, tx03/22/2014
Good for slowing eating time down. Made of a plastic that is not like a regular kong. Dog had tried to chew this item. I think dog enjoys playing with it. But has chewed much of it.
Jack loves it (until it is empty)
It only took one day for Jack to figure out how to knock the thing around to get the kibble and treats out. So he does get some extra exercise standing around and knocking, pushing and then running around to see what fell out.
I actually thought I was getting the Kong that I could put the paste and peanut butter in. Just so you know, this one you put kibble, dog food, and smaller treats in. It has a weighted base. warning - if you put the food in with some treats, your dog probably will knock out all the food and leave it on the floor - only eating the treats.