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post #17 of (permalink) Old 11-10-2018, 02:37 PM
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Did you google "crate games?"

A Kong with just a little peanut butter isn't all that interesting for a lot of dogs. I would try taking some kibble and "binding" it with a little canned food, or a little yogurt, some mashed banana, something like that. Fill the ENTIRE Kong so the whole thing is stuffed. You could also boil some chicken and stuff that in there with the kibble and the "binder" - make it yummy and interesting! You can google "Kong stuffing recipes"...there are tons! You want it to be interesting and yummy and take a LONG time for her to get the stuff out. Just a few licks of peanut butter won't cut it

None of my dogs have been able to have soft toys...they all get destroyed and I don't trust them not to eat the stuffing.


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