|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||Medium Breeds||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||All Breeds|
|Toy Type||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys||Chew Toys||Chew Toys|
This reviews is NOT About the quality of the product. it is a SIZE Reference. We Bought this in Xtra Small not realizing it's TOOO Small. Dangerously Too Small. Just for anyone with a Mid Sized Breed Puppy. This TOY is TINY. TOO Small for our 12 Week old 13 Pound English Springer. She would of choked on it. It's about the Length of a Credit card and Width is even smaller. This is probably good if you have a TINY Dog Breed like a Maltese or Bichon but Even for our Medium English Springer it would be WAY TOO Small. Just be aware.
I have tried to do the frozen Kong thing with my last 3 dogs and just fail at it. I am allergic to nuts so I can’t use any peanut butter which seems to be the best texture for these. I used baby food, plain Greek yogurt, chicken broth, wet food etc but my dog loses interest after she gets 1/3 through since she can’t reach the rest. I’ve never understood why kongs are shaped so you can’t thoroughly clean them either.
This is a great idea. It bounces erratically so my dog needs to be attentive!! The idea to hide treats keeps their interest. Although my dog (not food driven, yet) doesn't find it more exciting than a tug of war rope. ha!
I gave this five stars because I've used Kong toys in the past. I actually had bought this before I received my German Shepherd puppy, but as I visited my puppy over the last four weeks, I realized that this would be too small for her eight week old mouth. I didn't want there to be a choking hazard. So while I didn't use this, I'm going to be getting a larger size for her to play with and chew on. My son is going to be getting a Shih-Tzu puppy in the Spring, so he will give this to her when he gets her. I'd absolutely recommend this Kong product.