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KONG Extreme Dog Toy

KONG Extreme Dog Toy

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    Great Product

    By Daphne on Jun 4, 2019

    I fill it with tiny pieces of home cooked chicken breast mixed with either ripe banana or plain nonfat yogurt, and sometimes add tiny pieces of apple. I then freeze it and give it to my 18 month old labrador pup when I put her into her kennel if I have to leave the house for 2-3 hours. She finishes I fill it with tiny pieces of home cooked chicken breast mixed with either ripe banana or plain nonfat yogurt, and sometimes add tiny pieces of apple. I then freeze it and give it to my 18 month old labrador pup when I put her into her kennel if I have to leave the house for 2-3 hours. She finishes it in about 40 minutes and then falls sound asleep until I return. When she sees the kong, she runs to her kennel! She gets so excited that leaving is no longer a problem and I can safely leave her in her kennel. I do not leave for longer than 4 hours max. and make sure she is pottied before she goes in. … more

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    lasted about 30 mins

    By puffin61 on May 2, 2019

    Well, I took a shot with our Pittie and this lasted only about 30 mins and he had the smallest section chewed off. I put a Kong treat inside, which he had not yet gotten out, but I guess being the largest size offered was still not enough. My beagle and beagle/hound mix have not damaged their smaller Well, I took a shot with our Pittie and this lasted only about 30 mins and he had the smallest section chewed off. I put a Kong treat inside, which he had not yet gotten out, but I guess being the largest size offered was still not enough. My beagle and beagle/hound mix have not damaged their smaller sized Kongs and those are a few yrs old already. Strong chewers need to be very carefully supervised. … more

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