- In 1976, Kong established "the standard" for dog toy performance and durability. Today, Kong toys are enthusiastically used and recommended by veterinarians, trainers, dog professionals and pet owners around the world.
- Kong's exclusive, super bouncy, red, natural rubber compound is irresistible for most dogs. The red Kong's a designed for a typical chewer, if your dog is a more enthusiastic chewer check out the black Kong Xtreme toys.
- Vets and trainers recommend stuffing the Kongs with food and treats to keep your dogs busy and deter misbehaviors.
- Great product, price [...] Review by Marguerite
Great, tough toy! (Posted on 3/10/11)
- My Rottie LOVES this Kong!! Review by Niobi's Mom
OK, I originally purchased the Xtreme Kong (the black one) because it had a Rottie on the packaging- so I assumed it was sized appropriately for Rotties (I was worried about getting one that was too small that she could swallow). My dog didn't go nuts over it (just for a few minutes if I put some peanut butter in it). I guess she couldn't reach really that far into it so any soft gooey things were were out of her reach and she got bored. Anyway- fast forward- I purchased this Large sized Kong and WHAT A DIFFERENCE!!! My dog LOVES this one. She'll even play with it empty for hours. She chews it, carries it around, plays fetch with it, and even brings it into her crate at night time. I am so glad that I thought to go down 1 size for her as she really enjoys this toy. Also, it is large enough that I don't have to worry about her swallowing it whole (and certainly tough enough that she can't rip a piece off!) Since I don't have a dishwasher, cleaning it is kind of gross- but I guess one shouldn't have dogs if they abhor a little doggie slobber...right? (Posted on 3/10/11)
- Perfect filled with pbutter and frozen Review by Whiteflower
I fill the kongs with a mix of peanutbutter and dog food and freeze. My shepherd spends quite a bit of time trying to get out the mix. takes longer because it is frozen. Occupies her time. (Posted on 3/10/11)
- Good price Review by Greg
This type of kong is probably best for a dog of about 40 pounds or so. My 60 pound puppies can actually chew it apart after a while, I should've gotten the XL black kong, my bad. Kongs are probably the toughest dog chew toys out there. (Posted on 3/10/11)