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Old 04-21-2009, 12:22 PM   #21
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I'd get him a large one, and as he has EBT in him a black one as they are more tough Lianne, thats what I brought for my EBT anyway as they are power chewers, and labs like to carry things in their mouths to, so I don't think that you could go wrong with a large black Kong
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Old 07-28-2010, 05:58 AM   #22
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Equal parts minced/ground beef (cooked or raw) and carrot, few spoonfuls of yogurt to bind, stuff in kong and freeze.
Dry kibble (Taken from daily portion), soak in chicken broth baby food (make sure the baby food doesn't contain onion!), once kibble is softened, stuff and freeze.
Tuna (tinned in spring water, for those in the UK, sainsburys do small tins perfect to stuff 2-5 kongs, depending on size), tiny amount of cream cheese, and pasta for consistency, bind together, stuff and freeze.
Porridge made with water, mix in a spoonful of peanut butter, stuff and freeze.
Minced/ground meat (cooked or raw), little bit of cottage cheese, and diced carrot or green beans, stuff and freeze.

Amounts of different ingredients doesn't really matter providing the stuffing has a good consistency, I just go with what looks right, I make it so it's not solid but not so runny that it runs out of the kong whilst freezing.

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Old 07-28-2010, 09:40 AM   #23
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i just got a puppy kong and you can really freeze them? does that make it better for your pup teeth? I dont have my pup yet im just starting to buy all his stuff first like crate, toys etc.. thansk for the recipes and ideas.

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i just got a puppy kong and you can really freeze them? does that make it better for your pup teeth? I dont have my pup yet im just starting to buy all his stuff first like crate, toys etc.. thansk for the recipes and ideas.
Doesn't really matter if it's frozen or not, but freezing makes it last longer and you can use loads of different recipes without worrying about the stuffing going over your floors. Also no doubt it has some soothing effect to a teething puppies gums whilst it's still cold.

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thx for the tip!!

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Neat thread. Thanks for the recipes, I'll definitely have to remember these!

I feed Zoe out of a Kong (either the "wobbler" or one of the smaller ones, though I usually have to fill it three or four times in order for her to get the proper amount of food). Today I've mixed some of her dry food with yogurt, wild rice, banana, and small amounts of cheese and pepperioni, mixed it in a ziplock, and am freezing it for supper tonight. It makes both of us happy; a perfect balance of healthy foods and things that taste good.

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Peanut butter and a bit of mashed banana in the freezer. Don't overdo the banana though.
Why shouldn't you overdo the banana? Too many calories?
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Old 10-04-2012, 06:12 PM   #28
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Wow! I'm going to have to try some of those recipes and look at the others.
We don't use Kong toys only but anything safe that I can stuff things in and she has to work to get it out. Mostly p-butter and maybe a biscuit but usually broken up Pup-er-onnis that she loves.
Very handy, especially at night when she's barking at me to go play when I want to settle for the nite. She, too, will work on them for long periods.
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Old 10-04-2012, 06:13 PM   #29
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Holy Cow! I've never noticed this thread before and its 3 pages long. Now I need to go back and check it more
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MrJohn, it's an old thread, but a good one!!!

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