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Kong type toy fillers for barf puppy any recommendations

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Notonaschoolnight Fri 05-Apr-13 08:52:40

I'd love to go in the cupboard and get a few biscuits treat to stuff in her kong but so far the few I've tried that were given as gifts she hasn't been struck on, I'm wondering if that's because she doesn't eat kibble. Can anyone recommend any packet dog treats that are popular that I may have more success with. Right now she has frozen primula cheese in her kong I only give her about an inch from the tube so doesn't last long.

I know I could put her raw food and freeze it in her kong but I'd be more up for that outside the house, the kong is used when I have to leave her on her own for a little while.

tabulahrasa Fri 05-Apr-13 10:11:02

I freeze raw chicken in it...so far it's what takes him the longest to eat, lol. It doesn't go on anything, he's too busy with it to be spreading it round the house if that's what your worried about.

Some people use things like peanut butter or mashed banana - my dog was fairly insistent that they're not in fact food.

I've used scrambled egg and yoghurt with mince, they were ok.

The only packet thing I use really is wet dog food - I buy pouches of nature's menu and wainwright's, squeeze them in and freeze it.

twofaceshenanigans Fri 05-Apr-13 18:11:19

We use apple, cheese, banana and cheese spread all stuffed in and frozen.

toboldlygo Fri 05-Apr-13 19:28:36

The Fish4Dogs salmon mousse pouches are great - snip the corner and squeeze straight in, no mess. Otherwise I stuff with beef mince or Prize Choice minces then refreeze in the kong to make it last longer. They don't spread it around the house, it's clutched in one spot and desperately licked at!

Notonaschoolnight Fri 05-Apr-13 20:32:30

Great suggestions thanks very much

ClaimedByMe Fri 05-Apr-13 21:20:39

Our dog goes mad for pate in her kong, we push in the pate them stick in some dog biscuits to make it a bit more challenging for her then she shredded the kong

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