Jun 092010
 

What to stuff

Anything (see ‘what to stuff’ section)

Ingredients

Your dog’s normal food (dry or wet)

Kong puppy paste

Kong biscuit or similar dog biscuit suitable for puppies if you are stuffing a bone or something else which is open at both ends.

How to stuff it

If you are stuffing a bone or anything else open at both ends, spray some puppy paste into one end (as little as possible) and then put this end on top of the biscuit, so the paste ‘sticks’ the biscuit to seal one hole.

Then fill the kong, bone or similar with your puppy’s usual food.

Spray the puppy paste into the open end of the kong, bone or similar to seal it, using as little as possible. Put it in the freezer biscuit down, holding onto the biscuit as you move it so it won’t fall off. The paste will have hardened a bit in about an hour, but wait 2 hours for it to be really ice-creamy.

Tips

If you feed wet dog food (ie the canned our pouched varieties) then this will be a bit messy, both to make and when the puppy eats it, so make sure you don’t give it to him in a nicely carpetted room!

Kong paste is hugely useful, but even the puppy paste is still quite rich, so make sure you don’t feed your puppy too much of this each day.

Providing your puppy with some (or even all) of their daily food allowance within kongs will keep them occupied, give them something to chew which isn’t your house and prevent you giving them treats in addition to their food allowance.

   
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