Wobble Wag Giggle Ball Dog Toy Review (Allstar Innovations)

Wobble Wag Giggle Ball Dog Toy
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What It Is

The Wobble Wag Giggle Ball is designed to make "giggling" noises when knocked around. Marvelously enough, this ball needs no batteries to operate! There are a few tubes inside of the ball which produce noises when shaken or moved. To get started, it's recommended that you shake the ball and act excited to get your dog's attention. Then, give the ball to your dog and see how they take to it. If they play with it, consider reinforcing the fun with a treat here or there. Once they take a liking to it, the ball can act as a semi-autonomous participant in play, engaging your dog more deeply than with a conventional squeaker ball.

We tried the Wobble Wag Giggle Ball with TTPM dog Dex, and while he enjoyed the noises the ball made, his excitement would quickly die down once left to his own devices. Dex loves to chew, so he would spend time chewing on the ball instead. On a related note, it's pretty sturdy, but not made for intense chewing. All in all, this wasn't a strong match for Dex. If your dog is more into chasing, then this ball might be for you.

Is It Fun?

Our Dog Dex wasn't thrilled with the Wobble Wag Giggle Ball. Dex did have fun listening to the noises before we gave it to him, and he also loved to chew it, but we think he might have missed the point! It's a very inspired and unique toy, but your dog's mileage may vary.

Who It’s For

The Wobble Wag Giggle Ball is a toy best suited for dogs who love to chase, run, and even fetch. If your dog is mostly into chewing, then this may not be for them.

What To Be Aware Of

- We recommend this toy for dogs who enjoy chasing, fetching, and running around. If your dog prefers to play tug of war, or other chew-centric games, then do further research before buying.

- In order to get your dog interested, it is recommended that you prime them to be curious about the Wobble Wag Giggle Ball. Act excited yourself while shaking the ball, so they associate the sounds with fun and play. Once they become interested, they'll self-direct their play.

AT A GLANCE:
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  • Human Fun

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