I feed my pup dinner and breakfast in her kong. I also stuff it with baby carrots, treats, mashed banana, yogurt, or other things I can't think of at this moment and then I put a little bit of low salt peanut butter to close it up and freeze it. I don't put those things in all I once I usually switch them up. I saw on another thread different things people use so if you do a search you should find other ideas.
I am always short on time, so I usually stuff mine with peaunt butter and treats. They only get it when I leave. It makes for going into a kennel easy! I like all the ideas though, I am going to try and make it up the night before and then it will be all ready to go!
I like canned pumpkin or plain yogurt mixed with a few pieces of kibble, sealed with a bit of peanut butter and deep frozen...if you wedge a dog bisquit across the opening, it can keep them going for a long time. the one thing I don't like is the actual kong stuffing sold by the company...gives both of my boys the runs!
I give my dogs a kong when they go to their crates. I put in a handful of kibble (taken from their pre-measured amount for the day) and then plug it with a small amount of peanut butter. They get all excited. They clean them out pretty quickly though. If I want them to take more time, I mix the kibble with the peanut butter and stuff it in with a spoon. Great inventions, Kongs!
I feed Tucker with a Kong Wobbler. Also a great invention. Takes him about 10-15 minutes to empty it out.
I usually mix cottage cheese, mashed banana and a bit of kibble and then freeze.
When Bryley was much younger and I gave him his first stuffed Kong he was like meh and could have cared less. But now he is totally into it! :yummy: