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Kong – Wobbler – Interactive Treat Dispensing Dog Toy, Dishwasher Safe

  • Made from food-safe, high-strength polymer
  • Dishwasher safe
  • BScrews from the bottom for easy filling
  • Made in the VS

Amazon.com Price:  $19.99 (as of 06/12/2021 00:20 AM Details )
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RASU The KONG-shaped Wobbler is an action-packed toy for treats and food. It sits upright until pushed by a dog’s paw or nose and then periodically hands out tasty rewards as it wiggles, twists and rolls. The unpredictable movement keeps the toy challenging even for seasoned Wobbler users. The Wobbler can also be used as an alternative to a dog bowl to delay and lengthen meal times while providing exercise for your dog. Unscrews for easy filling and cleaning. Covered by KONG Satisfaction Guarantee. See KONG Satisfaction Guarantee document below for full details.

Product Dimensions

7.5 x 5.13 x 5.13 inches 1.79 Pounds

Item model number

PW1

Department

Pet Supplies

Date First Available

March 2, 2010

Manufacturer

KONG

Size of small vs large?

AccordIng to an additional Website, these are the dimensions of both: Size Dimensions Capacity small 6 x 5.3 inches 1/2 cupLARGE 7 x 6.5 inches 1 mug

How large/small is the hole? We use Blue Buffalo dog food. Will it just pour out of the hole?

the opening is pretty large however they need to roll and knock it over, to dispense. i put a tiny item of tape over the hole awhile however eliminated it - if it's and tough to get the food of my puppy looses rate of interest - he enjoys this! we use it day-to-day four the crazy active puppy hr to simmer him down,:-RRB- i use imperial canon however blue buffalo has to do with the same dimension. I use just around 20 items of food in it each time. I have a golden retriever; he is currently 4 1/2 months old and 30 pounds as well as will easily grow as well as still appreciate it.

my dog weighs 16 lbs. the SMALL kong keeps rolling under the sofa. Would a LARGE be OK?

My dog has enjoyd this ever because she was 10 lbs - it's the huge dimension. (She's 11 years old currently, as well as 22 lbs.) It stands quickly when I established it down yet falls over at a plain touch. I buy her brand's kibble in the large-dog size, so it just topples 1-2 at once. She empties it in concerning 10 mins. (She gets the small-dog dimension kibble.) It uses up a great deal of power - she literally charges at it to begin and knocks it around intensely for the rest. I now place it in the foyer instead of the television area because it's so loud, striking walls and furniture legs. Doesn't do damage regardless of its being so strong. I utilize this for dinner if we haven't walked or gone in the vehicle that, day, as well as she takes a snooze comfortably after beating it up. It's a spectacular plaything!

Is this product BPA free?

Kong internet site claims I made it in the USA from FDA food-approved, high strength, plastic polymer.

My dog won't touch it. I put some of her favorite treats inside. She tries moving it around, but she gives up when nothing comes out. Any suggestions?

Possibly start with the cover as well as base in 2 different items and also put some food inside the lid and also on the base so she can nose around as well as eat them from the cover as well as base so she will certainly associate the Kong with treats/food. After that utilize actually small deals with that will certainly drop out of the opening actually conveniently.. I took my Kong and drank it like a salt shaker in front of my dog to show him where the food was originating from and after that would certainly knock it over so food would appear. I've got hardwood floors. so it rolls really conveniently however some pets could like carpeting so it is a little extra stable.

Do dog owners actually use this consistently? It seems like the floor would get too dirty to use every day meals (with a large dog).

We used it daily for treats with around 1/2 an offering of pet dog food. I really did not observe the floor getting unclean. Our 10 month lab eventually found out to eat the item completely available to reach the food. The initial toy lasted around 2 months, the second about 2 days. We surrendered on this toy after that.

KONG Classic vs KONG Wobbler - which is best?

I make use of among each Wobbler with completely dry treats as well as Classic with damp treats like liverwurst. I discovered with both of my dogs they switch backward and forward, relatively assuming the other has a better treat. The only time there could be a battle is if only among them gets their Kong treat or gets overlooked.

Is the Wobbler made of the same material as the Classic?

They are very different. The original KONG plaything is flexible with rubber as well as has removable parts. This KONG Wobbler is different because it's made out of a really thick hard plastic. I weight the bottom piece to maintain it so it bobs around when the pet dog strikes the lighter leading half (it advises me of among those children explode punching toys that bobs around and comes right back up). The giving hole is smaller sized than the size of a cent so any treat of kibble that is bigger might get stuck. On the various other hands, little kibble does not simply pour out since the plaything keeps bobbing back up so it can't. To get the food or treats the pet dog needs to keep batting op & nudging at it to knock it over. I've most likely bought 25 of these for shelter canines over the years and also they gave been remarkable for most of them.Sometimes you require revealing the canine how it operates at first or in rare instances some effective chewers can, break the plastic however it really did not occur that often. I recognize of several proprietors who proceed feeding their embraced pets using the Wobbler because the dogs are such fast eaters.

Weird question, but can anyone tell me the diameter of the hole in the small? I want to make sure my dog's kibble can actually be dispensed.

The tiny opening is 11/ 16. Rachel Ray kibble helps me as does Milk Bone Minis

What is this made of? Hard plastic or the soft rubber like Kongs? Wondering if it will drive me nuts on my hardwood floors...

It's the soft rubber like other tongs. I have no problem with it on my hard timber floors