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|Toy Feature||Training, Tough Chewer||Training, Tough Chewer||Training||Tough Chewer||Training|
|Breed Size||Large Breeds||Medium Breeds||Large Breeds||Medium Breeds||Medium Breeds|
|Toy Type||Chew Toys||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys||Chew Toys||Chew Toys|
A few years ago my 12 pound chi bit off and ingested the top of a regular (red) Kong toy. It traveled to his intestines, and he had surgery to remove it. Luckily, we caught it in time and he is doing great. Since then, I have avoided Kongs until.. This week I decided to try the Kong Extreme version.. meant for the toughest chewers. Everything seemed great at first but then- see pictures! Thank goodness I found the top sections and they were not ingested like last time. Please supervise your pups with Kongs. They are not indestructable. This was done by dogs < 20 pounds.
I got this call to try to keep my dog occupied during the day while I was at work. I put a few little cookies in the Kong and it first he really didn't know what to do with it he would just like try to chew the outside but then he got the hang of having to roll it and move it around to get the cookies out. He's becoming quite a little pro at it and it does keep him entertained for a short amount of time, because I only put like three or four cookies in there at a time. I don't fill it up with soft stuff because I have carpet and I don't want the items inside to get all over the carpet. So I just use crunchy cookies for dogs and he loves it. It is very durable he does too on it on the outside and I don't see any tears.
My little girl pitmix loves to chew, some much so, we’ve had to say goodbye to a lot of our personal possessions…luckily this king toy literally saved stuff. She’s obsessed. We put cheese or PB or even shove a dental chew in here & she’ll chew this things until she falls asleep, girly loves it. She has ignored all the other toys since we purchased this one. And on top of that, we bought this almost a month ago now & it only has a couple of scars. Totally recommend this bad boy
My 2 Pitties are EXTREME chewers and they haven't been able to make a single dent in the Kong even when filled with gooey treats like peanut butter. One note of caution: Put the Kongs up at night if you're like me and walk around half asleep in the dark, they roll and bounce, stepping on one can be hazardous. Lol, ask me how I know.
Our puppy is a HUGE chewer. It was hard to find things that would last a week or longer when we first got him. I heard about the Extreme KONG toys and they do last really well. It's great for stuffing treats and other dog food as well. Keeps him occupied and he's happy. Got multiple and love our KONG products.
My EXTREME chewers love this little toy. When you toss it, it bounces in different directions and it keeps them busy and on their toes. I try to buy the largest size and my medium and large dogs do well with it. We bring the toys inside after we play because 106 degree summers break down the rubber. They last forever!
I volunteer at a dog shelter and bought 3 to supplement our supply. Each dog is allowed various types of toys until the dog demonstrates that an item isn't a safe toy. The very top of the list is the Black Extreme Kong. Every dog in the shelter is allowed one since they are so strong and safe. Great product!
Our Pit has been working on his new toy for a couple weeks now and still has not been able to tear it apart as he usually does. Very tough toy with only tooth marks in it so far. Much better than having to buy a new one every week.
Super durable and keeps him entertained for a while even without being stuffed. It even survived his recent overnight stays at doggy daycare.
My Papillon-Chihuahua mix had it in pieces in less than 60 minutes. When a 12-pound dog can destroy it that quickly, the extreme label seems to be more aspirational than factual.