The Kong Wobbler puzzle toy is a sturdy, economical choice for challenging puppies and keeping bored dogs entertained. It’s also a wonderful tool for making the crate a fun place during crate training, and offers portable entertainment when the puppy must travel or be boarded.
- Comes in two sizes
- Hard plastic stands up to teething pups
- Made in the USA
- FDA food-approved high-strength polymer
- Top-drawer dishwasher safe.
- Pups may outgrow small size
- Noisy when used on hard floors
- Doggy “genius” may figure it out
- Bright red hard polymer
- Kong” shape
- Weighted base with screw-off slotted top
- Food dispensing for meals and/or treats
- Small Wobbler specifically for dogs under 25 pounds
- Large Wobbler suitable for dogs over 25 pounds
Review: The Kong Wobbler
The Kong Wobbler is a multi-purpose dog puzzle toy product that can be used for play, behavior modification, and portion control feeding. It comes in bright red, and two sizes—the small size is ideal for puppies.
The product has a weighted bottom that holds it upright. The top portion unscrews, and is large enough to hold one full meal—or a mix of treats. When screwed back together, the single slotted opening at the top dispenses the kibble when the puppy noses or paws and rolls the Wobbler onto its side.
Puppies need entertainment and enrichment, or a bored puppy’s head might—figuratively—explode. The Wobbler keeps most pups occupied for as long as the food holds out, upwards of thirty minutes or more. When placed inside a crate, the Wobbler can keep a fussy or lonely puppy quiet, and works especially well when you can’t constantly entertain the new baby.
Smaller pups may outgrow the small version. However, both sizes are economically priced so adding a “big dog” version isn’t necessarily a hardship. Offer the Wobbler on carpeted surfaces or the racket of hard plastic against tile or wood may drive you nuts. Be aware that some industrious genius dogs—especially those with jaws the right size—may manage to “unscrew” the two portions to reach all the treats at once, the way my Magical-dawg did.