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What Can I Put In A Kong?

What Can I Put In A Kong?

Kongs are perfect as a boredom breaker and there are so many ways you can fill them!

Before filling your kong its important to remember your dogs daily food allowance. Make sure that you deduct what is in the kong from their daily intake, this will make sure your dog doesn't become overweight. 

What Size Kong?

It is important to get the size of the kong correct for your dog. They're available in puppy, classic, Extreme & Senior. This guide below will help you know what one is best for your dog... 


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What Can I Put In The Kong?

- Peanut butter (dog friendly, see our peanut butter collection here)

Woof Butter Treat Time 250g

- Liver paste

Arden Grange Liver Paste

JR Salmon Pate

JR Pure Salmon Pate for Dogs

- Natures Menu Wet Food Pouch

Natures Menu Country Hunter Wet Dog Food Pouches Multipack

If you'd like to add a little crunch into their kong you can break up some fish cubes and mix that into the paste. 

If you're looking to use it as a different way to feed your dog their meal, you can put their kibble in the kong therefore making them eat slower... if you'd like some more information on helping your dog to eat slower, check out our blog post here. 

When Shall I Give My Dog A Kong?

It is recommended to give your dog their kong in a safe space. In order to avoid conflict and anxiousness, your dog will enjoy their kong in a place where they wont be disturbed. If you have multiple dogs, it is best to keep them apart during these times too in order to avoid any unnecessary stress & conflict during these times. 

Kongs can be a brilliant way to keep your dog occupied while you're out the house, wanted a break or for some chill time in the evening. 

Top Tip

If you want your kong to last longer, pop it in the freezer! This will be a refreshing treat in the summer and a long lasting delicious treat for your dogs.

Whats your dogs favourite filler? Let us know in the comments below...

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