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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-08-2010, 09:48 AM Thread Starter
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Ideas for stuffing kongs

Kongs does Josie no justice now. She has those busy buddy Kong. I'll put her kibble and some biscuits in there she'll get it out in less than 5 minutes. Her regular Kong she can get stuff out in 30 seconds unless i freeze it with mashed bananas with yogurt. I don't like giving her too much sugary foods.

Any ideas what i can put in her kongs especially busy buddy one? where she really has to work at it?.
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Re: Ideas for stuffing kongs

Maybe frozen kibble mixed with peanut butter... like concrete mixed with rocks.

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Re: Ideas for stuffing kongs

A friend just shared with me the idea of Peanut Butter mixed with Kefir (it's kind of like yogurt). She makes he own Kefir, but I get it at Fred Meyer. I am going to give it a try today

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Re: Ideas for stuffing kongs

Cut up chunks of Natural Balance food roll pieces sealed up with P-nut butter frozen overnite

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Re: Ideas for stuffing kongs

canned dog food and freeze it ~ works wonderfully! One can fills multiple kongs.

wet dry food and load up, seal with pb or cream cheese and freeze.

try Squirrel Dude by Premier, they have "fingers" at the base, called "treat meters", which let food out gradually.

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Re: Ideas for stuffing kongs

I make a mixture of:

2 tablespoons of plain yogurt
1 tablespoon of pumpkin
1 tablespoon of peanut butter

Mix all the ingredients together, freeze overnight and it is good to go. Stark LOVES it.

I also put cheese in there, plain frozen peanut butter (not so much a hit in my house), piece of cooked chicken or hotdog.

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Re: Ideas for stuffing kongs

You guys are so helpful! thanks!
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Re: Ideas for stuffing kongs

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Originally Posted By: Victoria & Jeditry Squirrel Dude by Premier, they have "fingers" at the base, called "treat meters", which let food out gradually.
This is what we have, the kongs were nothing to Anna. But with her Squirrel, we pack him full of frozen pumpkin/yogurt or pieces of Natural Balance rolls. Keeps her busy!


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Re: Ideas for stuffing kongs

You put the conned dog food in the Squirrel feller and then freeze it? Same thing with the wet "dry kibble"? How long do you figure this will keep your dogs occupied?

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