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Dog Toy Review: Kong Classic

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Review of Kong Classic dog toy:

Kong Classic is a staple toy for your dog or puppy. It is a nontoxic, natural-rubber cone that has a hole for stuffing treats, food, or peanut butter. You can also buy naturally made treats from them directly. The company uses FDA – approved materials and routinely tests their products for safety. So it is a great option for an indestructible chew toy for your best friend. Always chose a Kong that is appropriately sized for your dog. The toy has two holes in it to prevent a vacuum effect where the tongue gets sucked into the toy.

Your puppy needs to chew. If he or she does not have an appropriate outlet for chewing, he will destroy things in your home.  This is where Kong classic comes in hand!

Why choose a KONG Classic toy?

  • KONG toys are made from durable rubber in a variety of formulas and provide dogs an appropriate way to fulfill chewing instincts.
  • Chewing a KONG keeps jaws strong and teeth clean.
  • Prevention is key—teaching dogs acceptable chewing behaviors with KONG helps avoid destructive chewing from the start.

You can use the KONG classic during crate training. Fill it up with food, treats, peanut butter (without XYLITOL), or even water and their food frozen. Leave the KONG in the crate with the puppy to help them learn to like the crate and to give them something fun to do.

We love our KONG Classic at the WDMD family. While I am writing this blog post, instead of my dogs being bored and getting into trouble, they are using their brains to figure out how to lick all of the peanut butter out of their KONG Classic. This provides a way to stimulate them mentally so that they avoid getting into trouble. One of my favorite things about the toy is that it has so far been indestructible for Truffle the Pit Bull. I have had the same KONG for him for a long time now and it is still like new. In

In fact, a lot of shelters are now feeding their dogs out of these to help relieve stress in the shelter environment and to provide the dogs with something to do to keep them from barking and getting distructive.