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Old 10-07-2012, 11:33 PM
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have a Bionic toy that is fairly sturdy but it is weird to fill, it just doesn't hold enough.
thats my reason for wobbler love. I can put 2 cups in *easily* and walk away.

The jolly pet ones are fun but a pain to fill and they barely hold 1/2-1 cup.

The bob-a-lot holds a lot but its horrific to fill, I finally donated mine.

I can't remember for sure but I seem to think the cube was a pain to fill too?

The tug-a-jug was too frustrating for my pit bulls and they just ate through the first one and I donated the second.

The Nina ottosson toys, that I have tried, are way too easy to figure out and never hold enough food. They go quickly and I feel the need to supervise them when they have small parts.

I like this new one: https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&....1.JuWxnv1Dbb4

We just got it at work and it seems tough and fun. It takes the dogs a while, they can't seem to flip it yet and no one has tried to just chew the "grass blades". It's like a more elaborate slow-down food bowl.
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