We own every Kong type ever made. This
obsession endeavor started when we’d read about people who would give their dogs frozen Kong’s and the dogs would work on them for so long that they’d be poop’d after. Uh… I have yet to find a Kong or a Kong stuffing recipe that keeps Melvin stumped for more than five to ten minutes. What am I doing wrong? He can melt all frozen matter with his hot breath, it’s like a super hero power. He may be part dragon.
We of course have this Kong. The longest lasting stuffing for this one is sliced, frozen apples jammed in. Ten minute eat time, tops.
We have this Kong which I shove baby carrots into. I shove them so tightly I have jammed fingers in the process. Time to eat: 3 min.
This one has a design flaw… the top, skinny part makes the boys want to chew that area (which is counterproductive since there are no treats in that end). Time to full destruction, 10 min (and the destroyer in this case was Jake, who has teeth like rice …)
This one lasted one minute, the hole on top allows all food (frozen or not) to easily just fall out. I thought I might be on a hidden camera when I bought this, stuffed it, gave it and then picked it up empty one minute later.
Melvin bit a hole in this one in under twenty seconds.
Melvin picked this one up and lobbed it into the wall and it dented drywall. I now only allow it outside and as it turns out, it’s great in the grass. As the treats fall out they still have to search for them a bit longer!
Finally, this weekend we tried this one! I put extra fat baby carrots in it and it had both boys going for about ten to fifteen minutes! Yippeee!!!!! It was also comical to see Jake roll it around like a little mechanic.