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BetweenTwoLungs Sat 14-Jan-17 17:10:36

Have never managed to get these quite right. What do you put in them? How do you make them last a while? Do you freeze them?

twofloorsup Sat 14-Jan-17 18:21:41

We used to fill ours with peanut butter for our pup. It would take her all day to get to the bottom !

Fridgedaire Sat 14-Jan-17 21:35:44

My puppy has his done in ten minutes! Have used pate, frozen gravy and dog food.

CouldHaveNotCouldOf Sat 14-Jan-17 21:53:36

I put leftovers (sausages, baked beans, pasta, rice, chicken etc) plain yoghurt, cheese, porridge made with water. Always freeze them overnight and then they have them when I leave for work in the mornings.

Empress13 Sun 15-Jan-17 18:01:36

Usually fill with Biopot yogurt and peanut butter or cottage cheese.
If I put kibble in he's eaten it within minutes.

Have you got a treat ball ? They are brilliant just fill them up with treats/kibble and dog plays for ages ! Also good for putting any kibble in if your dog using eating all his meals.

Empress13 Sun 15-Jan-17 18:02:28

*isnt not using

LilCamper Sun 15-Jan-17 20:25:49

Check out the Kong file on the Facebook group 'Dog Training Advice and Support'

JigglyTuff Sun 15-Jan-17 22:13:57

Don't they make a horrible bow mess if you fill them with gravy and peanut butter etc?

Mrsmorton Sun 15-Jan-17 22:15:43

I put leftover broccoli and cauliflower in there! Don't like to use anything fatty or sugary but it seems to keep her entertained.

Mrsmorton Sun 15-Jan-17 22:16:24

Oh, always freeze it if possible. Slows them down a bit.

Blackfellpony Mon 16-Jan-17 06:03:31

If you blend soaked dog food a bit and add in some random treats to the mix it makes a mush that can be poured in and frozen- lasts ages!

BetweenTwoLungs Mon 16-Jan-17 08:03:14

Oh some great ideas thank you!

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