Product Type: Kong dog food
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Peanut Butter Paste
Kong Stuff'n Peanut Butter Paste
Member Name: JezWalker84
Kong Stuff'n Peanut Butter Paste
Advantages: Easy to use, good value for money
Disadvantages: Not great if your dog isn't a fan of peanut butter
Although my family have always kept dogs, it wasn't until I moved in with my partner that I was introduced to Kongs. For those of you who don't know what a kong is, it is basically a hollow rubber shaped item which is normally cone shaped or round. At one end there is a hole, which allows you to stuff it full of various edible items so you dog is then able to roll the kong around and get the food items to fall out so they can eat them.
Kongs claim to be virtually indestructible so are great items to gibe to your dog if they become bored when left unattended at home. Luckily my partners dogs are really well behaved so we only use the kongs for our dogs to give them a little treat while we are out.
Kong Stuff n Peanut Butter paste is a product that you can use in conjunction with the kong.
Kong Stuff n Peanut Butter paste comes in a white bottle with a blue lid. The nozzle of the bottle is very similar to that of a squirty cream bottle so this product is very easy to put into the kong and doesn't create any mess at all. All the usual information such as directions for use and ingredients are printed on that back of the bottle.
I buy this item online and I advise you to shop around as prices do vary. I have recently been ordering it from http://www.surreypetsupplies.co.uk/kong-stuff-n-pa ste-peanut-butter-226g.html where it costs £3.85 for a 226 gram bottle. You can also get this product from websites such as Amazon.
Using The Product
We normally put a selection of their normal dry dog biscuits into the kong and then spray some paste on top. We repeat this until the kong is full. The idea is that the smell of the peanut butter will encourage your dogs to dig around inside the kong and get the biscuits out. In fairness, our dogs don't actually need any encouragement to eat anything but we like to spoil them and this product is a favourite. The paste mixes with the biscuits and makes them stick together which makes it more taxing for your dog to pick the biscuits out - it really does provide hours of entertainment! Another thing we like to do with this product is make the kongs up (as stated above) and then stick them in the freezer for a couple of hours before giving them to the dogs. This makes the kongs last even longer.
As well as peanut butter flavour, you can also get fresh breath flavour as well as liver flavour. They also do a special product designed for puppies.
I would definitely recommend this product for anyone who likes to treat their dogs. Our eldest dog used to be a fussy eater when he was younger and this product really encouraged him to enjoy his treats more although that really isn't a problem nowadays as he has turned into a bit of a pig.
This product is really easy to use, good value for money and a great little treat for your best friend.
Summary: A great product as a treat or to encourage fussy eaters
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