- Product Dimensions: 8.6 x 5.6 x 5.6 cm ; 95.3 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 113 g
- Item Model Number: KP24
- ASIN: B0002AR182
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 23 December 2017
- Customer Reviews: 7,947 customer ratings
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- #1 in Chew Toys for Dogs
KONG - Puppy Toy - Natural Teething Rubber - Fun to Chew, Chase and Fetch (Colour May Vary) - For Medium Puppies
- Teaches appropriate chewing behaviour while offering mental enrichment
- Soft puppy KONG rubber formula is customised for puppy teeth and gums
- Unpredictable bounce for games of fetch
- Great for stuffing with KONG Puppy Easy Treat, Snacks or Ziggies
- Made in the USA. Globally Sourced Materials.
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The Puppy KONG dog toy is customized for a growing puppy's baby teeth, the unique, all-natural rubber formula is the most gentle within the KONG rubber toy line. Designed to meet the needs of a puppy's 28-baby teeth, it helps teach appropriate chewing behavior while offering enrichment and satisfying a younger pup's instinctual needs while the erratic bounce makes it ideal for those pups that just want to play. A stuffed Puppy KONG occupies busy little ones while allowing pet parents the freedom to attend to their unique needs. Want to make crate training easier or extend play time? Be sure to stuff with puppy kibble and a dash of peanut butter. Add to the fun by including KONG Puppy Snacks and top with KONG Puppy Easy Treat.
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Customised for a growing puppy’s baby teeth.
KONG Dog Toys
Enriching dogs for over 40-years.
Dogs Need to Play
KONG satisfies instinctual needs to play.
KONG helps shift unwanted energy to positive behaviour.
Supervised use only. Remove all packaging. Discontinue use if damaged. Power chewers: Increase one or two sizes or try KONG Extreme.
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One last thing - highly recommend searching on YouTube for the how to use the Kong dog toy by the Simpawtico channel.
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To begin with, we just filled them with dry kibble and he would roll them about and get bits which fell out. To begin with, this kept him motivated as it wasn't too hard, and he was entertained for a good while, but after a month or so, he started getting a bit too good at it! Now we fill them with kibble and some water and freeze them. This takes him almost an hour to eat! They are absolute life savers, and keep him entertained when we are busy or go out.
He is now 5 1/2 months old and we have only just replaced them. The rubber was cracking around the big opening and I was worried bits would start to fall off. We went for the red "adult ones" because he is starting to get his adult teeth and chewing a bit harder on things, but still the same size because they are working well for him.
I am now going to buy the medium adult sized one as she is now older and has grown out of them. I find filling it with soft food and freezing them keeps the dog occupied for hours. Ps. she adores it when we put some sardines or tuna in it
The Kong Treat Toy is available in many different sizes and grades of rubber, from the pink/light blue puppy spec ones through to the black ultra-hard wearing ones for the more energetic dog.. There is hole through the centre into which you can stuff many treats, more so than most of the other Kong toys. As with all Kong treat toys it’s advisable to use some kind of paste or soft food to help wedge the treat into the toy. I recommend soft cheese (cheap supermarket stuff is fine), peanut butter (essential to make sure it doesn’t contain Xylitol as it’s poisonous to dogs….Sun Pat and Skippy don’t use that so should be safe) or Kong’s own spray-on paste.
Once you’ve given the dog their toy they’ll spend many enjoyable minutes fishing out their food from inside. And as an added tip, you may wish to have a few of these on stand-by and pre-load them for when you want to engage your dog or distract them. We’ve used Kong toys to great benefit while training our Border Collie pup to go for longer distances in the car.