KONG Classic Kong Dog Toy, Large, Red

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KONG Classic has been the gold standard of dog for over thirty years. Our super-bouncy, made, natural compound is perfect for typical chewers. Veterinarians and trainers recommend stuffing KONG toys with KONG treats and KONG Ziggies to keep dogs busy and deter misbehaviors. The original, stuffable treat dispensing !Amazon.com Review
This funny-shaped rubber chew packs a huge play value into a compact package. Legendary among dog lovers for their strength and durability, Kong toys are the answer to a busy pet owner's prayers. Dogs were made to hunt, chase, and gnaw, and denied a way to satisfy these natural urges, they can turn into barkers, diggers, problem chewers, or worse. Recommended by vets and trainers for dogs with separation anxiety, the Kong has a hollow interior that's ideal for stuffing with treats. Use butter or soft cheese like glue to keep biscuits inside, and extracting the contents becomes a “hunt” to keep any pooch happy and busy all workday long. Dogs love the toys' goofy, unpredictable and can chase, fetch, and play for hours. Chewing Kongs even helps promote strong jaws, clean teeth, and general oral health.

Often imitated but equalled, Kongs are made in the from a thick, flexible rubber that's non-toxic, non-splintering, and puncture-resistant enough to stand up to even the strongest jaws. This red Tuffy is appropriate for typical medium- to large-, from on up to some standard poodles; size up (and/or switch to a super-durable black Kong) for aggressive chewers. Regularly inspect your Kong for cracks or missing chunks, and replace worn or damaged toys to avoid a choking hazard. Satisfaction is guaranteed; if either you or your dog aren't happy with your purchase, return within 30 days for a full refund. –Mary Park

  • Super bouncy
  • Use with KONG treats and KONG Ziggies
  • Keeps dogs busy and helps deter misbehavior
  • Made in the USA of nontoxic, extremely durable natural rubber
  • Measures 4 inches by 2 3/4 inches, for dogs 30 to 65 pounds

KONG Classic Kong Dog Toy, Large, Red

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  1. Our border collie mix needs lots of mental stimulation, and Kong provides a great way to turn her mealtimes into games. We put her kibble (“small bites”) into the Kong and seal off the end with peanut butter. She loves the challenge of getting the kibble out.

    As a bonus, it extends the time it takes her to consume a meal from five seconds to five minutes, which can only be good for her digestive system.

    Kong is also very durable. Our Maggie is a power chewer, disemboweling every toy in her path, but the Kong still looks like new.

    We have several of Kong’s competitor toys as well, but none works as well as Kong. The ball-shaped feeder toys tend to roll under furniture and disappear for weeks at a time. Others dispense the food too quickly. Kong has it just right.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. I have a 10 year old Dalmation weighing about 42lbs. The top ring is very weak for a chewing dog. This happened the first day I received the Kong. There was no food in the Kong. I had to pull the top ring from the back of her throat. Very scarry!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. My dog (80 lbs.) liked this toy when it contained a treat but within a week it was beginning to come apart so I threw it away. Maybe she needed the black kong.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  4. Excellent toy for dogs. It’s fun to play with and chew on. You can even stuff food inside to give your dog something to do while you are away. If your dog is chewing things you don’t want them to and you’d like more guidance on this or any other dog training information, check out http://www.webdogtrainer.com for more info!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. We have black kongs and love them but constantly step on them and roll our ankles. So we thought the red ones would be easier to see. We just assumed they were all indistructible. They are not. Our pit bull had chewed the red ones completely up in a matter of hours. Our bad. But we really didn’t know there was a difference.
    Rating: 1 / 5

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