Wobble Wag Giggle: Review and Info

Wobble Wag Giggle: Review and Info

Wobble Wag Giggle is an interactive dog toy which makes sounds whenever moved.

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About Wobble Wag Giggle

Wobble Wag Giggle is an As Seen on TV product for dogs. This ball, which comes in two different sizes, is said to make “hilarious and engaging” sounds without the necessity for batteries. The ball includes tubes which emit sounds when rolled or shaken. It also includes six “clutch pockets” that allow dogs to more easily pick the ball up. Wobble Wag Giggle ball is made of Phthalate-free vinyl and is designed for indoor or outdoor use. Two sizes are available: 4.5 inch or 5.5 inch. The smaller size is recommended for dogs 35 pounds and under.

How Much does Wobble Wag Giggle Cost?

A 4.5″ ball costs $14.99 plus $7.95 shipping, while a 5.5 inch ball costs $24.99 plus $7.95 shipping. Regardless of size, a second “free” ball is included for another $4.95. Thus, the total cost to order the smaller balls is $27.98, while the cost of the large balls is $37.89.

Is it in stores? Some readers have noted that they found the product at Walmart. While we have not seen it here in Las Vegas, it could be that the product is in the process of rolling out to stores. If you’ve seen it in a local store, please drop us a comment below.

Below is a TV commercial for Wobble Wag Giggle, which has been airing in 2015.

Wobble Wag Giggle Reviews

In assessing the value of Wobble Wag Giggle, there are several different factors consumers must consider.

Ordering & Shipping

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As with most As Seen on TV products which have not hit store shelves yet, the ordering process can be seen as tricky. This is due to the “buy one get one for additional shipping” verbiage which sometimes fools customers into order more products than they wanted. In this case, the order form already has the double offer factored in, meaning that you can’t opt out of the second “free” ball.

Additionally, ordering as seen on TV products online can frustrate some consumers due to slow shipping times that can amount to a month or more. Be on the lookout for this product at Walmart, as purchasing locally will avoid any of the shipping and billing concerns listed above.


Some reviewers have pointed out that the hard plastic of the ball prevents it from being a chew toy, which could be disappointing to some pet owners. There are, however many reviewers who have stated that their dogs were enthralled by the toy’s design. Curious dogs who are interested in squeaky or sound-based toys are likely to enjoy this product. Every dog is different, and some will likely play with the toy for hours, while others may ignore it. The most common complaint about the ball is that some dogs show little to no interest after initially inspecting it.

A few readers have reported that very large dogs who can fit the ball in their mouths have been able to destroy it easier than expected. To the company’s credit, those same readers have reported that they were given replacements.

As of this writing, reviewers on Amazon give the product 3 out of 5 stars.

Bottom Line

Wobble Wag Giggle is a ball which comes in two sizes for dogs. It makes sounds when rolled, which sparks interest and excitement in some dogs. Because it is not soft and cannot be chewed, it may not be ideal for every pet. As it appears to be rolling out in stores, you may be best served to purchase it locally to avoid shipping costs and delays.

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