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11-21-2012, 11:43 AM
Dogs Name: Zoey-Belgian Malinois
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I always put the kong in the freezer but this is because Zoey doesn't like peanut butter to much.
I use a broken up milk bone as a "filler" and depending on what I have available, is what I will fill it.
I usually use a can of tuna and milkbone layered on top of each other frozen.
The other I use is whatever meat scraps I have from leftovers layered on broken up milk bone with another layer of cottage cheese. Zoey loves the cottage cheese and it freezes nice and hard which takes longer to eat!
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11-21-2012, 12:05 PM
Dogs Name: Zelda(siberian husky), Optimus Prime(doberman)
Titles: CGC, Certified Therapy Dog
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Originally Posted by Kekly
Cottage cheese. I would have never thought of that either. See once again, new ideas! Keep them coming!
Google kong stuffing recipes and be amazed
I like mixing pb, banana, and a little bit of kibble. Yogurt is good too...strawberries...lots of possibilities!
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11-21-2012, 12:08 PM
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Roxy has a sensitive tummy, but she loves cheese and it gives her no problems, so I use bits of cheese, leftover cooked chicken and kibble, mixed with cheese whiz and frozen.
She loves it!
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