both my dogs love this keeps them busy for ages, will be buying another
Great for even the smallest of puppies
I thought my Pomeranian puppy would struggle with this as it looked so big but in a couple of days he had mastered an interesting head butting technique that results in him emptying the toy in no time at all. He loves it and gets so excited when I fill it up and it is so funny to watch him manoeuvre it underneath and around all the furniture.
Tuff enjoyable toy
Finding a tough toy that can withstand a pounding and strong teeth is extremely hard. The Kong wobbler is pushed around and then he finds a treat dispensed. The Kong wobbler does not roll but it tilts then spins around so it is unpredictable keeping our dog's attention. Most toys are ruined within a day or so so well done to the Large Kong Wobbler
I showed this to my dog and he immediately "got it" and started working to get the treats out. I used smaller treats to start so he was rewarded quickly and then put in some larger ones that he really had to work for. He has spent the last 45 mins playing very happily with a very waggy tail. Loves it.
can't recommend highly enough
My spanish water dog sometimes takes a bit of coaxing to eat dried food out of a bowl. But , if he is given it in this, he will eat with vigour! He would become despondent if he had to work too hard for a whole portion of food. I do have to refill it, as , if you overfill it, it obviously won't wobble very much. It is so easy to clean. We had a buster ball too, which is great for my little sheltie as she needs such a small quantity of food and it is harder. The trouble with that one is that it won't come apart to empty and clean, unlike the Kong wobbler.Great for any age dog.