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Hey all,

Can anyone help me with kong stuffing ideas? Fawkes has found his teeth and i thought some juicy filling might help channel his chewing/biting a little better?

I've done a search but there doesn't appear to be a definitive thread! Thought it might be quite good to put recipes all together in one place? :D
 

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I give Hudson natural yoghurt and a handfull of kibble, then stick it in the freezer. He loves it but when it starts to melt he loves to throw it about and make a mess......:)
 
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Willow has 3-4 kongs a day (one when I leave for work one after father in law pops in at 10, one when father in law leaves her after lunch and then occasionally one in the evening if I have jobs to do and need her occupied for 20 min (eg ironing as she thinks poucning at the ironing board is great fun!)

What I do is soak about 60g of her normal food (out of her daily allowance) in hot water so it goes mushy which is enough for 4 kongs, stuff it in a kong and freeze. She loves them and this way I know she isnt getting any "extra" calories. When she was very little we didnt freeze them but she started emptying them in about 3 min so we now freeze them and they last a good 20min+
 
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We also tried:
Value spread cheese
Value pate
King stuff n paste (horrble and expensive)
And wet dog food (james wellbeloved wet pouches) which again we took out of her food allowance)
 

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Wainwrights wet food
Yoghurt, banana, peanut butter mashed together
Just peanut butter
Grated carrot and apple mixed together
Sweet potato mash
Always frozen and they last between 10-15min.
I always put 3-4 pieces of kibble at the bottom otherwise the food can get stuck and is hard to clean
And I sometimes hide some of his favourite treats in them too so there's a nice extra surprise as it melts.
 

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Thanks for the ideas all, i've gone with some of his kibble soaked in water for starters, will try other things over the next few days!
 

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Wainwrights wet food
Fish 4 dogs salmon mousse
Value sandwich paste
Sardines
Gravy
Value soft cheese
Banana
Marmite (heated with a bit of water added makes a nice paste)

All mixed with a handful or two of kibble and frozen or it's gone in seconds!

Basically I go with something wet mixed with kibble and frozen.
 
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