Rated 4 out of 5 by 25
Rated 5 out of 5 by Moonlitwish Held up against much doggy abuse
Wubbas are by far my dogs' favorite toys. They squeak, they bounce and they're floppy. We have 4 all over 2 years old and a few only have 1 or 2 of the fabric pieces left on the bottom. Another 2 have the fabric of the small part chewed open. All of them still squeak. This is after 2 years of 4 different dogs chewing, throwing, and shaking these things every single day. We have some heavy duty chewers in the house and can't have any stuffed toys but they like the feel and grip of the fabric so this is a great alternative for dogs who would otherwise de-stuff fabric toys.
August 14, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dobermomof2 Great for fetch!!
With my 2 pups nothing last very long! This toy has seemed to work pretty well with minimal tearing. Im sure I could have returned the toy and gotten a new one, but why, the dogs will just tear it up. We use this toy mainly for fetch. They love the squeaky noise...I do not. With this one I would definitely watch them closely if they love to chew, my male tore it up in about 15 mins but we can still play fetch with it. Still have the tails to tug with. I just sewed it up and it still works. Would recommend this toy, just watch your pups closely.
April 28, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by larryk Frabric is not as strong as suggested, sqeaker bad
My cavalier loves to chew cloth toys. The Kong is fairly tough but he chewed through in about 10 minutes of play. Still, this is the toughest fabric I have found and he does like to play with it if you shake and throw it. He then sits an chews cloth off in 1/2" slices until I take it away. This is third Kong Wubba. You have to watch or dog that chews will eat all of "arm" in one setting. The squeaker is exceedingly hard to squeak for a small dog even with a small wubba.
March 16, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by anpols Good Toy, Easily Chewed Fabric
My dog loves this toy. He tore through the fabric very quickly and he is not a very aggressive chewer. That being said, I love that the inside is a small tennis ball and another squeaky ball. I don't have to worry about him chewing on the inside parts or swallowing something he shouldn't.
March 5, 2014