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  • #63079
    latifah
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    Sorry probably a silly question but what do you stuff a frozen kong with? I imagine it takes less time to eat. latifah can empty hers within a couple of mins.

    #76630

    You can do mashed banana and freeze it so it lasts longer. Infact you can freeze lots of things, natural yog, peanut butter etc. Stuff a pigs ear in one, that always lasts along time  😉

    #76631
    latifah
    Member

    Thanks  :yes: will do that tonight, see if she likes it tomorrow.
    Banana or natural yogurt, can’t do any nuts as we’ve an anphylatic in the house.

    #76632

    I put loads of stuff in.  I’ve done leftover mash+veg+gravy, applaws+biscuits, naturediet, yoghurt, spready cheese…

    #76633
    Mudgie
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    cooked porridge with honey
    mashed banana
    natures diet
    mashed potatoes with grated cheese
    pate (homemade)
    philadelphia cheese

    #76634
    Justine&Rafe
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    She hasn’t learnt to throw it on a hard surface to make it come out quicker yet, has she? (grr!)  Then he tried to do that with semi-defrosted yoghurt coz he couldn’t chew it out fast enough.  In my lounge….  Nice yoghurty smelling carpet.

    Grrr.  (again)

    #76635
    latifah
    Member

    I’ve just bounced banana all over my kitchen, filled kong with mashed banana, put it out the way then knocked it off…….bounce…….banana…….bounce……a bit more banana up the walls, in the washing, across the floor everywhere but in the kong.
    fortunatley we’ve wipe clean floors, wood all the way.

    #76636
    xtine
    Member

    😀 we like to put all sots in ours.. haggis is a good one  ;D

    #76637
    latifah
    Member

    i’ll put a list in the kitchen, see what we’ve got. thanks for all the ideas! :happy:

    #76638

    [quote author=xtine link=topic=13663.msg260234#msg260234 date=1234206763]
    😀 we like to put all sots in ours.. haggis is a good one  ;D
    [/quote]

    NOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!! Not Haggis i was bought a little furry toy one the other day – can never eat haggis now  :'(

    Honey doesnt have kongs poor deprived dog  😀

    #76639
    xtine
    Member

    eerrrrr? what does a toy haggis look like?  😀

    #76640
    Anonymous
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    I sometimes squish lots of frozen freeflow mince in – Loki loves that – but doesn’t last long.  Banana with natural yoghurt and sometimes a bit of other fruit like berries takes ages  🙂 I seal the ends with philadelphia – then freeze.

    #76641
    Justine&Rafe
    Member

    Ahhhh, like the idea of seaing the ends with philly…

    #76642

    [quote author=xtine link=topic=13663.msg260264#msg260264 date=1234218219]
    eerrrrr? what does a toy haggis look like?  😀
    [/quote]

    bump this topic and i will show you a photo tonight – hes very very cute  ;D

    #76643
    Anonymous
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    [quote author=Justine&Rafe link=topic=13663.msg260268#msg260268 date=1234251294]
    Ahhhh, like the idea of seaing the ends with philly…
    [/quote]

    I also use Peanut Butter – but that wouldn’t work in a nut allergy house  🙂

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