Indulge your playful pal with the irresistible peanut butter flavor most dogs simply can’t resist with the KONG Stuff'N Peanut Butter Snacks Dog Treats. Your pooch will feel pampered with these tasty and nutritious biscuit treats, and you can feel good rewarding him. These all-natural biscuit treats are the perfect shape and size to stuff into any of the KONG rubber toys for hours of lasting and rewarding play. Treat your pal to an anytime treat or use to enhance training.
Delicious peanut butter flavor that dogs love, made with all-natural ingredients like peanuts and molasses.
Perfect for stuffing KONG Classic and other KONG rubber toys for longer-lasting playtime.
Pamper your pal with an all-natural anytime treat or make training even more rewarding.
100% natural and made in the USA.
Available in two sizes to match your dog’s appetite.
4,300 kcal/kg, 34 kcal/1 large snack, 19 kcal/2 small snacks
Squeeze bottom of KONG to create oval - shaped opening. Insert large end only of KONG SNACKS into toy. Leaving 2 smaller segments exposed encourages your dog to nibble off the protruding end and challenges them to retrieve the remaining portion. For an extra - special treat, crumble KONG SNACKS, mix with KONG Easy Treat (paste), apply to inside of KONG Toy, and freeze.
We ordered these to use alongside our Kong Extreme Dog Toy that Bailey loves so much. It may just be our dog in particular, but she doesn't even bother trying to get this particular treat out of her Kong Toy, she just kind of moves it around with her tongue eating all the other treats I stuffed in there as well. By the time she's lost interest in it, the only treat that remains is this treat in particular. So I thought maybe this was just too challenging for her. I decided I would try to break them up a little to make them easier to obtain, and they were hard as a rock, almost impossible for me to break them by hand. I then just gave her a whole one without putting it in the Kong Toy in hopesWe ordered these to use alongside our Kong Extreme Dog Toy that Bailey loves so much. It may just be our dog in particular, but she doesn't even bother trying to get this particular treat out of her Kong Toy, she just kind of moves it around with her tongue eating all the other treats I stuffed in there as well. By the time she's lost interest in it, the only treat that remains is this treat in particular. So I thought maybe this was just too challenging for her. I decided I would try to break them up a little to make them easier to obtain, and they were hard as a rock, almost impossible for me to break them by hand. I then just gave her a whole one without putting it in the Kong Toy in hopes that they could be eaten as a dog biscuit and she dropped it on the floor and wouldn't eat it. I'm not sure if these were a bad bunch and that's why they were so hard and she refused to eat them or if they're meant to be dissolved from the dog licking them in the toy and she just wasn't a fan of the taste so they didn't work for us. Either way, these were a no go for us.… more
Large Kong treats way too small for large kongs
on Mar 6, 2018
When i ordered this product, I assumed it would fit large kongs as this was advertised for large kongs- they fall out of our large kongs,another reason it is sometimes better to go directly to pet store to see for yourself if product works, rather than by online advertisement. Now I am straddled with several boxes of treats, which I didn't need.
on Apr 13, 2018Top 1000 Contributor
Purchased the 11 oz bag that is supposed to be for large/medium; but it sure doesn't fit well in the large kong we have. He appears to like them and they haven't wrecked his stomach; but they just don't keep him entertained that long. We tend to do one of two things either break them up to fit or shove them in with no hope of your dog getting it out. I'll look for something else to stuff my kong in the future.
Too Hard For Puppy
on Apr 20, 2018
My puppy is not a big fan of chicken flavor in the puppy Kong treats so I thought I'd give these a try. She likes to lick them but gets board because they appear to be too hard to chew. Maybe when she gets older?
KONG toys rule
on Apr 4, 2018
Dogs love them. The biggest KONG treat isn’t the right size for the biggest KONG toy but if you wedge it sideways then push it in the dogs will have to work at it. The small treats work as designed in small KONG.
kong peanut butter dog treats
on Mar 7, 2018
They fit perfectly on the large kong toy and kept my 14 month old lab busy. She is a quick learner and figured out if she threw the kong toy in the air when it hits the floor they fall out faster
on Feb 27, 2018
I have bought Kong treats for quite awhile. When I bought dog food for the first time from chewy, I checked on these treats exact same as I get at Pet Smart much better price. Chewy rocks
on Mar 9, 2018
My dog enjoys these treats but they are quite easy for him to remove. Also, I didn't realize they were made with Whole Wheat Flour. From now on, I will be getting the Cheddar/Bacon ones.
Boy was I wrong.
on Apr 25, 2018
I have six doxies (actually one is a chiweinnie). Bought one for a pup who had expressed interest. Others demanded one of their own, so went back to the Chewy store.
Keep your doggie out of mischief
on Mar 5, 2018
if you dont want to be bothered every 5 seconds to toss the ball or the Kong like I am toss some of these treats into the Kong ...But here's a hint (be sure you buy the right size)