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Kong Extreme

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The KONG Classic Extreme is the ultra tough version of the gold standard Kong Classic. 

The curved shape of the Kong Classic makes it perfect for games of fetch with an erratic bounce for extra fun. But why let the play stop there... the Kong Classic has another 'trick up its paw' as an interactive feeder.

Ideal for stuffing with water soaked kibble, peanut butter, soft cheese and also suitable for dogs on a raw diet the Kong Classic is an all-around dog toy that rivals many of its competitors. 

On a hot day why not put some of your dogs favourite food into the kong and pop it in the freezer making them their very own doggy ice lolly, great mental stimulation and plain good fun!

Kong Classic can aid in crate training, decrease separation anxiety, promote proper chewing behaviour and deter those less desirable habits!

We always leave our own dogs Albie & Kizzie with a Kong when going out to help them settle. Safe for the dishwasher too! 

Features

  • Watch the video below to see how much dogs love a Kong!
  • Super tough chew toy!
  • The best selling dog toy in the world!
  • Stuff with treats to aid training or behaviour problems
  • Perfect for dogs who like to chew
  • Safe for the dishwasher
  • Available in multiple strengths of rubber from puppy, to tough and senior

    Size Guide

    Medium: Length - 9cm

    Additional Information

    Kate Mallatratt of Contemplating Canines is a qualified behaviourist and trainer, passionate about great products that help meet your dog’s and your own needs.

    "Kongs are dog’s best friend! Feed all your dog’s or puppy’s meals out of a Kong – you can place dried kibble inside and soak for a few minutes in water so that it doesn’t fall out easily. Raw meat or quality tinned food can easily be stuffed inside a Kong. In the summer make an ice-cream Kong by filling it with a stock cube dissolved in water and frozen. Peanut butter or cream cheese can also be smeared inside a Kong. You can introduce a dog or puppy to a crate by feeding all his meals in there in a Kong. Your dog or puppy can also be left with a stuffed Kong when ‘home alone’. Given each time you leave him, a stuffed Kong can reduce the feelings of disappointment that you are going out alone.

    You can hold a Kong for your dog or puppy to feed out of whilst you groom him. As well as distracting him and helping him to stand still, it teaches him that hands/people around his food are a positive thing.

    Kongs provide a wonderful puzzle-solving activity for your dog or puppy and enrich his feeding times – so dispense with your food bowl and buy a Kong!”.

    See it in action - watch the video