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    DefaultWhy do you freeze kong?

    Do you just freeze stuff you put inside?

    Does it feel good on their gums?

    I usually only put frozen stuff in the kong, I don't put kong in the freezer.

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    DefaultRe: Why do you freeze kong?

    I freeze it because I put liquidy stuff in it (mixture of yogurt, peanut butter, and banana).

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    DefaultRe: Why do you freeze kong?

    Freezing also makes the goodies last longer inside. And it can soothe a teething pup's teeth.

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    DefaultRe: Why do you freeze kong?

    Both of the above...I usually blend something up in the blender...pour in and freeze. And it makes it last a bit longer.

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    DefaultRe: Why do you freeze kong?

    Theo doesn't get kongs anymore (I'm too lazy, and he doesn't need the excitement). But he got so adept at emptying them that I ended up having to make a mixture I called Kongkrete--kibble, water, and peanut butter microwaved and beaten into a paste and then frozen. It was the only way to keep him occupied for more than five minutes.

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    DefaultRe: Why do you freeze kong?

    to make it last longer!~
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    DefaultRe: Why do you freeze kong?

    I'm gonna try yogurt and banana and peanut butter. Maggie will enjoy that I think.

    I stopped with the marshmallows. She started begging too much for them. It was like she was getting obsessed with them. (sugar!) Even though I only gave them to her a few times in the kong. She would not eat anything else in her kong. Crazy dog!

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    DefaultRe: Why do you freeze kong?

    Lucky lab! Marshmallows!!

    I usually only freeze if the filling is runny (yogurt, applesauce etc). Lasts longer!

    Lately I've been stuffing Henery's kongs with chopped up apple and banana, mixed in with his kibble, parfait-style. This way he can enjoy them wherever in the house (ie. I don't have to crate him, like I have to with the frozen ones).

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    I didn't know why you guys froze them too, just learned somthing today

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    DefaultRe: Why do you freeze kong?

    I put in a few teeny-dog treats, or some kibble, then fill with yogurt and top with PB. Freezing is necessary because of the yogurt.
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