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  1. Alfie and me

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    I’m just wondering whether you always freeze your Kongs and what you put in them. I’m looking for some inspiration really. I always seem to do apple and cheese with a bit of natural yogurt to bind it together,and although Alfie is always happy to eat it I thought that he might like a change. I always freeze these as I think it takes him longer to eat and that keeps him busy while we have our dinner. For instance if I was to put tuna in it would you freeze that??
     
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    Yes I always freeze kongs. Older dog has just her kibble which has had a quick soak in water. Puppy has Hills i/d wet food and her kibble.
     
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    I mix tuna in with his food and freeze it :)

    Also peanut butter with his food.

    I tend to always make the majority of it his food so I can keep a check on how much he's eating a day etc. He always seems happy with it :D
     
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    I put their own food in the Kongs and soak it. Then I put on a little ‘topping’ of yogurt, cream cheese, peanut butter, salmon paste or tuna, about half a teaspoonful - then I freeze them

    This way they get the healthy food taken out of their daily allowance plus a little tasty ‘extra’.

    They get about four Kongs each during the day, sometimes more.

    :)
     
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    Some of the Frozen kongs / filled bones I make:

    Natural yoghurt & tuna (1 pot of yoghurt & 1 tin if tuna =5-6 kongs)
    Natural yoghurt & banana
    Natural yoghurt & kippers
    Wet food
    Natural yoghurt & sardines
     
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    Almost always tuna and soaked kibble, sometimes raw mince or soaked kibble with tinned sardines. Always frozen, otherwise they last ten seconds :)
     
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    Thanks for that.Alfie loves peanut butter!!
     
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    Thanks for that,will definitely try some of those.
     
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    Thank you,I’ll try some of those.
     
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    That’s exactly what I was thinking..unfrozen would be gone in a second!
     
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