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KONG Classic Dog Toy

KONG Classic Dog Toy

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    Keeps my dog occupied

    By Ritzy on May 19, 2021

    Some people use peanut butter, but I put some of my dog's regular kibble in the Kong and then I stuff it with a sock, put it in another sock and a disemboweled toy, then tie a knot, and put it on top of her crate where she has to figure out the best way to get it. Today I put in a blueberry treat, Some people use peanut butter, but I put some of my dog's regular kibble in the Kong and then I stuff it with a sock, put it in another sock and a disemboweled toy, then tie a knot, and put it on top of her crate where she has to figure out the best way to get it. Today I put in a blueberry treat, stuffed a bit of sock in where it would be hard to get out, and put the unwrapped Kong on top of her crate. When I left for work, she was still trying to figure out how to work it over across the bars to where she could reach it. I saw her lying on her nearby bed, gazing at the crate and clearly thinking about what to try next. When I get home from work, I expect to see that she figured it out and then took a nap from mental exhaustion. … more

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    Not for every dog, I guess

    By PrairieShiksa on Jun 16, 2021

    I was really hoping this would be something that my dog, who suffers from separation anxiety, would find enriching and help ease his anxiousness. I remembered using them when I volunteered at an SPCA shelter, and I’d help by running them through a dishwasher and then refilling them with peanut butter I was really hoping this would be something that my dog, who suffers from separation anxiety, would find enriching and help ease his anxiousness. I remembered using them when I volunteered at an SPCA shelter, and I’d help by running them through a dishwasher and then refilling them with peanut butter and slipping them into a chest freezer before leaving my shift. But I never SAW the dogs play/not play with them, so I ordered one on a hope and a prayer. Turns out my dog is initially interested in the peanut butter, but not so much the Kong. By the 3rd time I left him with a peanut butter filled Kong, I’m not sure he even touched it. Then - how do I get the peanut butter out to sanitize it? … more

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