Join Date: Sep 2015
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I have tried quite a few options with the kongs: snacks and meals, frozen and fresh and all went over well with the dogs and their tummies. Mostly I put kibble in the kong with a little topper to seal it such as pumpkin or yogurt or cottage cheese. Sometimes I add no-sodium chicken stock or water and freeze, sometimes I just serve it fresh. I find that the frozen is less messy and takes more time for the dog to work through. This week I am trying the dehydrated Honest Kitchen food in the kongs. In the past I tried pushing the frozen raw food tidbits into the kong but it hurt my fingers so I gave up on that. I tried it with canned food once but it was too smelly. The dogs love kong feeding so much that now I am feeding all meals via kong. I divide up their food in 6 servings (breakfast, 1st snack, lunch, 2nd snack, dinner, 3rd snack). It has become a major chewing activity for them. Some experts say that since dogs are grazers in the wild that multiple small meals is a natural way of eating for them.
Last edited by Eveningpiper; 02-22-2016 at 01:26 PM.