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    Question Kong Stuffing

    Koda has been getting a bit bored lately, so i have ordered a Kong Extreme for him.
    It should be arriving later in the week.
    What i was wondering is, what do you stuff your Kong with for your dog?
    I would like to give Koda a bit of variety in his Kong.
    also wondering about things i could freeze in it for summer.

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    i have heard of people filling them with chicken/beef stock and freezing them for when its warm

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    I just use peanut butter. And sometimes mix kibble with it and put it in

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    I do biscuits and peanut butter mostly.

    Sometimes I put chicken in, and cheese and whatever else is going. But I always put peanut butter in the hole to kinda plug it lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by xx_sheena_xx View Post
    i have heard of people filling them with chicken/beef stock and freezing them for when its warm
    a brilliant idea! would it not damage the kong itself?
    I love cooking but I love eating even more.

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    I use whatever is at hand, old freezer burned meat that is not really good for human consumption anymore, bits of cheese, some bought small treats, dry cat food, sometimes a bit of wet cat food, suitable table scraps meat cut from their bones...ummmm

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    I freeze it winter or summer, it takes her longer to get it out and entertains her more! I partly freeze pretty much anything; chicken, dog sausage, cheese, egg, kibble etc etc. I have a few kongs and try and freeze them with different things each day to keep her entertained.. Hope this helps!

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    Thanks for they ideas everyone!
    Hopefully i will be able to keep him a bit more entertained now

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    I put in a bit of Vegemite and and a handfull of small kibbles. I tried peanutbutter as well but my dog seems to be allergic. He woke me up in the middle of the night with a face very similar to mine after I had praws

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    Quote Originally Posted by hachna View Post
    a brilliant idea! would it not damage the kong itself?
    i dont think it would do much damage, if it did after awhile i guess it wouldnt matter much as there easy to replace

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