- Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 17.8 x 4.4 cm ; 227 g
- Item model number: 10012
- ASIN: B0002AQPAM
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 8 September 2014
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- #80 in Chew Toys
Kong Extreme Goodie Bone Dog Toy - Medium, Black
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I have just taken this out the packaging and he wanted it: I’m hoping due to it being bone shaped he will play with it even when the treats are gone.
Added his AATU treat bakes which are about the size of a 50p piece wide and had to cut in half to get into the slots on the side however the bone is quite a good size and is quite a good weigh.
It seems like it may withstand even out doggos jaws, however I will leave an update at a later time.
I have two large breed dogs and they love to play and fight for the toy all the time.
- It is flexible (as you can see in one of the pics)
- You can put treats on it (I thought this was going to be a con because it looks less robust, but my dogs couldn't break it through the hole)
- Medium size working for big dogs (watch the video)
- I asked for no-rush delivery but it arrived on one business day, yay!
- None so far! I'm going to buy more Kong's toys because I'm really happy about this one =D
Once it was free I was pleased how well small milk biscuit bones and dental chews fit inside the holes at each end. The tight fit made it really hard for my dog to get to her goodies. She soon learnt to bash it on the floor and spent ages sniffing out every scrap. It kept her occupied for almost an hour - the biscuit bones don't last as long but are still quite a challenge.
I'm also pleased that she enjoys playing with it even when there are no treats inside. It is slightly wobbly if you hold it at one end and she spends quite a lot of time tossing it in the air, pouncing on it and shaking it to make sure it's dead.
This is a very tough bone, my pup has some fearsome jaws on her but she is not getting through this yet. I'm hopeful this will be as long lasting as her other Kong toys.
If you have a dog, and especially a puppy, the mere thought of a Kong product provides instant relief. I’ve got several Kong products and they’ve not let me down yet.
The Kong Treat Bone is made of their hardest rubber so has the greatest chance of standing up to the most playful of pup. There is hole through the centre at either end of the bone into which you can stuff a treat or two. As with all Kong treat toys it’s advisable to use some kind of paste or soft food to help wedge the treat into the toy. I recommend soft cheese (cheap supermarket stuff is fine), peanut butter (essential to make sure it doesn’t contain Xylitol as it’s poisonous to dogs….Sun Pat and Skippy don’t use that so should be safe) or Kong’s own spray-on paste.
Once you’ve given the dog their bone they’ll spend many enjoyable minutes fishing out their food from inside. The bone doesn’t hold as much food as some of Kong’s other toys, but hey it’s a bone. The pooch will love it!
Für große und kräftige Hunde leider Geldverschwendung.
C'est pour dire: il a même boulotté sont propre panier, il couche désormais sur un tapis.
Je vais finir par croire que les fox-terrier sont une race Alien surement responsable de l'extinction d'autres créatures extraterrestre.
Et il a fallu que je tombe sur celui-là ... jusqu'à ce que je découvre la marque KONG.
Effectivement, il faut croire qu'un ingénieur lui aussi a étudié ce bestiole avant de trouver la fabuleuse formule de la molécule qui saurait résister aux crocs des fox-terrier.
Depuis, je n'achète plus que du KONG, les seuls jouets réellement rentables puisque indestructibles !
Merci KONG !
Being an inexperienced and perhaps thick first time dog owner, I was under the impression that my dog will chew on this kong without any treats i.e. that it's a bone substitute. Apparently, that's not the case. But dog loves it with the dental sticks/kibbits stuffed into it.
After the stick has all come out I store it up for next time.i also have been known to freeze yoghurt inside but you need to block the end hole with a bit of biscuit if you don't want a runny mess before its frozen.
There are two holes in each end to pop a treat in but easy enough to get your finger in till wash out.
This is one toy that is still going long after many others have been chewed and ripped apart.
I must say this is the third Kong toy I have purchased and this is my favourite brand.