I'm new here. We aren't even getting our puppy till the spring, but I'm trying to become as educated and prepared as possible. I have been reading Ian Dunbar's book Before and After Getting your Puppy, and between that, and advice I've been reading on this forum, I thought I understood that a smart way to feed your pup at least one if not all his meals in the beginning is in a Kong. My girlfriend just brought her puppy home (2nd dog), and told me that doesn't work because a puppy's food needs to be moistened, and that you shouldn't put moistened food in a kong because it will just make a huge mess as it spills out all over the place. When I asked her about freezing it, she said it would be too hard for him to get out. Her little guy wolfs down his food SO fast (less than 30 seconds and his small bowl of food is GONE), it seems like the KONG idea is such a good one, as it lets them take their time, focus on chewing food as opposed to my furniture, and gets their little brain working..... But she's the dog expert not me.... Any thoughts?