- Product Dimensions: 25.4 x 10.2 x 20.3 cm ; 227 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 200 g
- Item Model Number: NKR1
- ASIN: B00B4UR08K
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 10 February 2018
- Customer Reviews: 11,611 customer ratings
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- #1 in Squeak Toys for Dogs
KONG - Wild Knots Bear - Internal Knotted Ropes and Minimal Stuffing for Less Mess - for Medium/Large Dogs (Assorted Colours)
- The internal knotted rope skeleton satisfies dogs' natural instincts
- Minimal stuffing
- Soft and durable
- Available in four sizes: XS, S/M, M/L, and XL
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KONG Wild Knots are soft and cuddly on the outside while durable and strong on the inside. Wild Knots bears are sure to be a hit with dogs and their pet parents. Dogs love the knotted skeleton, and the reinforced plush body provides extra durability. KONG Wild Knots have less stuffing for less mess and they squeak to entice play.
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KONG Wildknots Bears
KONG Wild Knots Bears are soft and cuddly on the outside while durable and strong on the inside. Wild Knots bears are sure to be a hit with dogs and their pet parents. Dogs love the knotted skeleton, and the reinforced plush body provides extra durability. KONG Wild Knots Bears have less stuffing for less mess and they squeak to entice play.
- The internal knotted rope skeleton satisfies a dog’s natural instincts
- Minimal stuffing
- Soft and durable
- Available in four sizes: XS, S/M, M/L, and XL
- Available in three colors: Brown, grey and tan
Not a chew toy. Supervised use only. Remove all packaging. Discontinue use if damaged.
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The teddy has rope inside but also has stuffing. He's had two weeks, fair bit of playing fetch and tug of war with the bear (not what it is recommended for) and holding up well, no tears or breaks while other toys have already needed to be binned. Would definitely recommend to anyone as one of their main puppy/dog toys.
Just an update. First one going OK still two months later, some tears we've sewn up but probably getting to it's limit. Impressed surviving this long with a now 20kg puppy. So we bought another which he loves just as much!
It has a internal rope instead the bear but be warned there is stuffing!
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This was bought for a 7 year old Staffordshire Bull Terrier and I am pleased to report that he absolutely loves it, carrying it from room to room.
The knotted 'skeleton' which this contains definitely entices play due to the way it simulates natural movement. This really does bring out his puppy-ish side and it's great to see him bouncing around. Play time aside, he loves this so much that he snuggles up in bed with it too. I have to praise the functionality; this is ideal as a soother/anxiety buster but also provides play and stimulation for your four legged friend.
The overall quality of construction is high and the fact this is from KONG assures me that it is entirely safe for my boy, although I do have to comment that he is not particularly destructive. He plays with this, chewing, mouthing and carrying it around a lot but he has not attempted to rip it up. If he did, I'm sure it wouldn't stand much chance, but aside the squeaker, I feel KONG have done well in omitting potentially harmful components such as plastic eyes.
I have awarded this 4 stars from a possible 5. I would award it 5 stars but really did expect the overall material used to be much more heavy duty. I have another dog who would obliterate one of these in no time. While she is indeed destructive and mouth orientated, I expected a more galvanised construction to combat more zealous canines. If your pooch is more delightful than destructive however, then this should more than meet your needs!
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Kong est censé etre connu pour sa qualité de robustesse, enfin, ils se sont construit sur cette réputation, qui, hélas n'est due qu'à ses balles, car, j'ai pu tester presque tout les modèles de peluches pour ma petite podenco (levrier espagnol), et ils n'ont tous pas pu dépasser les 2h de vie.
Donc, comme pour chaque jouet pour chien que je commente, mes photos sont prises h+2 de l'avoir donné à ma chienne.
Je ne recommande absolument AUCUNE des peluches de Kong, qui comme toutes les peluches pour chien, ne tient absolument pas dans le temps lorsque l'on a des chiens qui ont des machoires et qui aiment les utiliser (tous).
Si ce commentaire vous a aidé à faire votre choix, merci de laisser un petit "j'aime".
So I'd say that if you have a dog that likes carrying round a toy then this would be OK. But if you have a dog that likes to pull things to pieces then Teddy's fate will not be so happy. I won't be getting another Teddy, it works out a bit expensive at around £5 for a few days entertainment.
Je suis mort en juin, cela a commencé par ma jambe, puis mon corps.
Ma propriétaire âgé de 6 mois a adoré jouer avec moi mais moi j'ai succombé à mes douleurs.
Attention je ne contiens pas que de la corde comme on souhaite me vendre mais aussi de la mousse. J'ai été acheté pour les 3 mois de la chienne qui c'est bien occupé de moi.
3 mois plus tard je suis mort. Je me recommande quand même à l'achat parce que les chiens m'adore mais ma qualité n'est pas au top.
Je repose en paix dans la benne à ordure.
One tear was on the arm, the other on the back, so it's not even a case of one weak spot.
My puppy has not created a tear/hole in any other product and was 3 months old at the time the toys broke.
Worst bit is I've been trying to figure out how to tell the manufacturer to a) give them a heads up on the problem and b) get a replacement!
But cannot get in touch.
So now, £15 and 2 orders later, I have two useless toys and no replacement.
To my surprise and relief, she did and carried all over the house and was her go to toy for greeting visitors. However, this lasted for all of two days; and on the third day she starting off by nibbling it and in no time she was tearing it apart which lasted about 20 minutes. After that all that was left was the thick internal cords which go through the legs, arms and head and bits of stuffing and fur all over the floor.
So I guess she was trying to say that does not want anything for comfort!
Alas, it seems recently his teeth and/or grip got much stronger (he's nearly 10 months now) as no chew toy, except for the rubber kongs, survives impact. He shreds the rope toys, tennis balls, has done serious damage to an antler he's had for a while... So sadly, the beloved bear lost his ears. Then his back was torn apart (at this point I had to take out quite a bit of stuffing and the squeeker). But Gizmo didn't seem to mind - he still would choose this bear out of many other toys in the basket. Even now, as I tried to take a few pics for this review of the bear's state, he immediately followed me and asked for it.
Now, you might wonder if it's okay to let your dog play with a toy damaged like this. Depends on the dog, I guess. Ours is not interested in swallowing any of the bits he chews off, he just spits them out and leaves lying around, so all damage done just awaits hoovering up. I don't mind that too much, so we let him keep the bear - until it's torn to pieces, and replacement arrives.
So here we are. The bear is in rather poor form - but is one of the most loved toys, and whilst the time from purchase to the first "broken skin" (the bear's) is not very long, the overall enjoyment and time of play seems to be worth it. We'll be getting a replacement bear and see how long the second one lasts.
Alfie the spaniel took a liking to this squeaky toy as soon as he arrived, shortly after in some quasi tagteam effort Oscar the other four legged fiend started to strip the poor bears fir. Without human intervention this poor humble little beast would have been naked and faceless within moments.
His disembowled carcase still provides hours of fun though....