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For what it’s worth, we even submitted photos of our dogs enjoying their Kong toys in a couple of the “Official Kong Photo Contests,” but we’ve never won.
I had no idea that they actually made so many different varieties of doggie Kong toys. These are the most basic ones for dogs:
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If you are concerned about giving your dog too many treats or table scraps, you can give him his meals in the Kong toy instead. Drop the kibble inside and seal with some wet dog food. For dogs who need more mental stimulation, try mixing dry kibble with wet food, and stuffing it into the Kong. The KONG Genius is great for smart dogs. It is more challenging than the other KONG toy and entertains my dog.
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Kong Company (stylized as KONG) is an American company headquartered in the State of that develops designs and produces lines of and . Its primary line of product is a snowman-like chew toy for dogs also named Kong.The KONG Extreme dog toy represents the most durable strength of KONG rubber. Designed for the toughest of chewers, the KONG Extreme offers enrichment and helps satisfy dogs’ instinctual needs. The KONG unique, ultra-durable, all-natural rubber formula is designed for determined chewers, while the erratic bounce fulfills a dog’s need to play. Want to extend play time? Be sure to stuff with tempting bits of kibble and entice with a dash of peanut butter. Add to the fun by adding KONG Snacks and top with KONG Easy Treat. Stuff and Freeze for a longer-lasting challenge.The classic Kong toy resembles a snowman-like structure of three balls pushed together. They also come in several variations for dogs of different ages and sizes. Made of , they are hollow in the middle, and can be stuffed with treats or frozen to provide longer distraction for . The classic Kong product is also offered in different rubber types, tailing to dogs of different chewing capabilities and different age. Kong toys satisfy a dog’s inborne, natural desire to “work” or hunt for food. can keep them busy and content (and out of trouble!) for long periods of time by encouraging them to get the food
reward inside.Really good article thank you, except that I would make it a point to state (since you have broken the stuffing down into categories like dessert, main course, etc.) that Kongs are not meant to be feeders for dogs. They are toys to house snacks in addition to their regular meals. While I think most people would know that, it never hurts to simplify it for people who may get the wrong impression.Kong toys are a staple for many doggy homes. Try stuffing them with your dog’s dinner. It will really help you give your dog a "job" and keep him out of trouble.