Crinkit Dog Toy for Tough Chewers – Review and Giveaway

Zigoo Crinkit Dog Toy

I’m always on the lookout for a tough and durable toy as Moleque has a tendency to dispatch most of the toys I buy to the (ever-growing) toy graveyard. He loves toys (especially anything that makes a noise), so I keep buying them…and he keeps destroying them. Although this may be emotionally rewarding for Moleque, it’s not very financially rewarding for me!

So when the folks over at Wishbox USA asked if we’d like to try some of their toys and I saw the magic words ‘Our very durable material allows tough chewers to play with this interactive toy as a chew toy as well as a treat dispenser’ in the product info, it was definitely time to put another toy to the ‘Moleque Test’.

Zigoo Crinkit Dog Toy

The Zigoo Crinkit dog toy hails all the way from the good ol’ USA, literally. Wishbox USA import products from small companies that make great products locally in the US to the UK and Europe. The Crinkit is an eco-friendly interactive toy made up of a plastic water bottle on the inside and a protective TPE (thermoplastic elastomer) covering on the outside. The good news is that not only is TPE durable, recyclable and BPA free (yay!) but it floats too!

I don’t normally let Moleque play with water bottles (even though he likes them) as he quickly ends up ripping them and I’m worried he will cut himself on the plastic. Well, the Crinkit definitely gets around this problem and is great for dogs that like to play with water bottles. When your dog chews on the Crinkit, they get the satisfying noise of chewing on the plastic water bottle but as it’s protected, it lasts for ages and there’s no risk of them cutting themselves.

Moleque and the Crinkit Dog Toy

When I gave it to him I was still sceptical to see whether the Crinkit would really pass the ‘Moleque Test’. Well, he’s had it for a couple of months now and it’s become his go-to-toy to choose from the toy basket and definitely helps keep him occupied and stimulated.

Crinkit dog Toy

Crinkit Dog Toy

Crinkit Dog Toy

And miraculously, it’s still in one piece. Moleque has chewed it, chased it and tried to destroy it, all to no avail as the Crinkit is still going strong. Here it is in action…

In fact, in terms of wear and tear, apart from getting a bit grubby (you can wash it), I can’t see any which I’m really surprised about. I haven’t needed to swap the bottle out yet but apparently this process can be helped along with some soap and water when the time comes.

The Crinkit can also be used as a treat dispenser (we do love a good multi-purpose toy) and as mentioned earlier, it floats so is a great toy for dogs that like to swim. However, given that Moleque is more of a paddler and I’ve had more than one dog toy float off into the distance as he looks on from the edge of the water, I’m not yet ready to wave good-bye to the Crinkit so we haven’t tested that.

The Crinkit definitely gets the ‘paws up’ from Moleque (and The Dogvine).

The Crinkit Dog Toy Recommended

The Crinkit dog toy is available in Blue, Green, Orange or Pink and comes in two sizes (we tried the large):

  • Small – £9.99 (for dogs under 10 kg)
  • Large – £14.99 (for dogs over 10 kg)

A bark of advice….supervised play is recommended when your dog plays with the Crinkit as with any toy!

Crinkit Dog Toy Giveaway

If you would like to get your paws on a Crinkit, then good news we’ve got one to giveaway to a lucky pooch!

  • All you need to do is log in to the giveaway widget below with your email address.
  • There is one mandatory entry method – scroll down to the bottom of this page and leave a comment telling us ‘Why your dog would love a Crinkit’. Don’t forget to leave the name you commented with in the giveaway widget, else your entry won’t count!
  • Optional bonus entries are available by visiting The Dogvine and Wishbox USA Facebook pages (likes very much appreciated), tweeting and following on Twitter. When you complete one of these options, please do so via the giveaway widget, else the extra entries won’t count either!
  • The giveaway closes 11.59 pm Monday 5th October 2015 and is open to UK residents age 18+.

Crinkits Dog Toys Group 

Winner Update…And the winner is Lucy Labrador, congratulations Lucy!  

Disclaimers: Wishbox USA provided us with a Crinkit in exchange for an honest review and will also be providing the lucky winner with their prize. Head over to Wishbox USA and check out their range of imported dog products via the affiliate link below:



  1. Nicole Fletcher
    21st September 2015 / 9:53 am

    My dogs would love to try out this toy as our mastiff cross loves crunching plastic bottles but has cut her mouth before so have had to stop her. We also look after dogs and puppies who love to chew and destroy so would get well used here.

  2. Carol Mantle
    21st September 2015 / 10:38 am

    Would love to try this for my furbaby Danny Boy .. Need something industrutable …

  3. Vera K
    21st September 2015 / 12:59 pm

    MY dog destroys all his toys! I would love to try this for him.

  4. Danielle T
    21st September 2015 / 2:02 pm

    my dog LOVES chewing toys! he can destroy a tennis ball in 15 minutes!

  5. Novella James
    21st September 2015 / 2:15 pm

    Max is a staffie a big dog he would love this as its solid and it would last

  6. Novella James
    21st September 2015 / 2:21 pm

    Max is a staffi a big dog he would love this as its solid and it would last

  7. Jeanette
    24th September 2015 / 10:32 am

    No toy has ever lived to tell the tale in my house!

  8. abbi
    24th September 2015 / 12:59 pm

    Jack would love a Crinkit Dog Toy for rainy days when we can’t do agility or flyball as Jack does not like rain!

  9. angela riddell
    24th September 2015 / 1:44 pm

    Lola would love this toy if it lasted longer than 5 mins

  10. Nordle Kenward the German Shepherd
    24th September 2015 / 2:12 pm

    ‘I would love a Crinket Toy, it looks MASSIVE and indestructible! My toys always end up being stolen away from me by all my foster friends or doggy pals… (I have the best toys so I guess I should share!) BUT this looks like the perfect size for ME and no one else would be able to get their tiny chops around it to steal it from me! Yes please!’ From Nordle x

  11. Rose
    24th September 2015 / 2:21 pm

    My Morgana would love a Crinkit Dog Toy. She would play with it everyday and it woukd make her very happy.

  12. Angela
    27th September 2015 / 12:37 pm

    I’m disabled and have a lovely Labrador called Ozzy, he is so kind and gentle, but he does love something to chew on, preferably not my slippers lol.

  13. 28th September 2015 / 8:46 am

    Teddy would love to win this, he has shared all his toys with his foster brothers and sisters, this could be his own special toy!

  14. 28th September 2015 / 12:39 pm

    Think my pug would love this, as he used to absolutely love playing with plastic bottles, however with recently having an ulcer in each eye (although this wasn’t the reason) it isn’t worth the risk! He his is now 2 Years old but still loves to chew things, so this maybe just the item he needs to stop him chewing the things he shouldn’t be chewing!! Xxx

  15. Fiona johnson
    2nd October 2015 / 4:46 pm

    My viszla puppy would love this treat
    As in her eyes chewing the chairs is hard to beat
    For us it’d be great to see
    Her chewing on something she’s meant to be!

  16. 3rd October 2015 / 2:13 pm

    Bailey would LOOOOVVEEEE to make some noise with the Crinkit toy… she loves making noise with her squeaky toys and loves treats too…what better way to have both at the same time?!!!seems like an awesome way to re use plastic bottles too!!! Bailey is seriously giving you a puppy look! 😉

  17. Laura Lou
    4th October 2015 / 4:51 pm

    I have two fur babies who would very much enjoy play fighting over this. Milo (Beagle) and Max (Cocker Spaniel). They’re always trying to steal my bottled water so with this they’d have their own!

  18. Stuart
    5th October 2015 / 4:59 pm

    Looks like a great toy and we know little Molly pups would love a play session with one.

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