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My dog loves this. The only thing I'd do and suggest you do too - go a size up. I have a 3 month-old Australian shepherd and I ordered a size M. I would definitely suggest an L, because the capacity is much smaller than it looks.
My baby boy, a JR mix, enjoys this thing so much! I fill it with KONG treats or other big enough and I give them to him to play when he's home alone. Recommended!
At first I thought the medium puppy kong was too big for my 7 kg bichon frisé but he seems to be managing just fine. With a treat or two tucked inside it keeps the puppy entertained, allowing the senior dog to catch up on his sleep.
I have four of these now, I fill them with kong stuff and freeze them, then when I go out for a while I get them out for the dogs. Keep them out of trouble for a while
Keep away from strong chewers. Our Lab puppy finished with it and a friend's Weimaraner got hold of it and chewed a piece off it. So be careful! Good for pups and little dogs though especially with some soaked food frozen into it.
I can't recomend this puppy Kong enough! I bought 3 of these 2 years ago and they have very little wear! I often fill them with treats for my dogs and they're a firm favourite! Even though they're made for puppies, these have lasted well into adulthood! Breeds with powerful jaw's however should have the extra strong black kong's as they will easily tear of chunks of this puppy kong, even as puppies!
The manufacturers have really excelled themselves. Not only cos the Kong is perfectly suited to play, but also cos it can be filled with tonnes of delicious treats. We used cubes of frozen natural yoghurt during the summer for our mongrul pup - it was a hit. There's so many different possibilites. I think the KONG is an absolute must-have for every household.
My two rottweilers (3 years and 7 months old) fight constantly over this toy. Just chuck a couple of treats inside and less the chaos begin. I'm really satisfied. I've had it for nearly 6 months and it still looks brandnew.