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The KONG Classic has been the gold standard of dog toys for over 36 years. Our super-bouncy, red natural rubber compound is unequaled for dogs who like to chew. Stuffing healthy treats into a KONG keeps dogs happily working and out of trouble for long periods of time.
Separation anxiety typically occurs in the first 20 minutes after you leave a dog alone. A simple solution is to help the dog develop a positive association between being left alone and good things, like a treat-stuffed KONG. Stuffing a KONG toy with a mix of wet and dry ingredients creates a challenge that typically lasts 20 minutes, engaging dogs during the time when anxiety is at its peak. A KONG can even be frozen so that getting all the food out takes even more time.
For adult dogs, chewing is nature’s way of keeping jaws strong and teeth clean. Chewing also combats boredom and can relieve anxiety or frustration. Without an acceptable outlet for the natural instinct to chew, many dogs will turn to destructive chewing in the home. Success comes when teaching dogs acceptable chewing behaviors from the start. KONG toys come in a variety of formulas from puppy to adult to senior, so they can grow with your dog. For all dogs—regardless of chewing temperament—supervise play until you’re confident the dog won’t destroy the toy. Be sure to replace any toy with cuts, tears or rips.
Dogs bark to communicate and dig when bored or afraid. Creating good behaviors start with productive play, which allows dogs to expend excess energy. Every time you throw a KONG toy, the unpredictable bounce ensures no two games are ever the same, keeping the dog engaged and excited for more. A stuffed KONG is also helpful for a dog left outside to play. Directing their energy toward something positive, like working for the food inside the toy, diminishes bad behaviors.
Crate training is an effective way to house train a puppy or new dog. In this critical time, you can help relax your dog with a treat-stuffed KONG to create a positive association with the crate. Start a dog’s crate training by stuffing a KONG toy with a favorite treat. Let the dog see and smell the stuffed toy, then place the KONG in the back of the crate leaving the door open. As the dog chews on the KONG inside the crate, they begin to feel more comfortable and create a positive association with the crate. Repeat this until their dog is happy to settle in the crate on their own.
For dogs, physical and mental development, emotions and behavior are all influenced by healthy play. Play helps dogs expend excess energy, which is important for appropriate behavior. KONG dog toys encourage play, satisfying dogs' instinctual needs and strengthening the bond between dog and owner.
robert, our pup, loves this kong. I fill it with peanut butter & the large kong treats.... keeps him busy for several hours.Published 1 hour ago by Doran Hull
Durable and easy to clean. My dog's gotten too smart for it; now when I freeze a filled Kong for a few hours before giving it to him, he leaves it alone until it melts so he can... Read morePublished 23 hours ago by Elle
A must have, especially for those with puppies new to crate training...You will get a full night sleep this time. Read morePublished 23 hours ago by Amber
We've got two small kongs and use them all the time. We bought them over two years ago and they are still going strong. Read morePublished 1 day ago by M K Stonehouse
Dogs destroyed it within a matter of minutes. Don't waste your time if you have power chewers, spend the extra money and buy the black one.Published 1 day ago by Brandon L.
It's a Kong toy, theres really nothing more to say. Its nice to give your pet to distract them while you are away. Works every time.Published 1 day ago by lace66
This is great. My puppy has been refusing to eat from his food bowl lately, but he loves to eat his kibble out of the Kong. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Natalee