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Post by KMack02 on Thu May 28 2015, 16:36

I'm in the process of making a kong filler from a recipe I found online, half a banana with a teaspoon of peanut-butter and some normal dry food, then frozen. I just wanted to check before I gave it to her that these ingridients are ok for her.

I also was about to throw an apple away and my daughter asked if it was ok to give it to pepper, so I just wanted to check on that too,thanks guys kiss
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Re: Kong fillers

Post by Inez Maria on Thu May 28 2015, 20:29

Kong fillers sound fine not sure about Apple,I dont think the pips are too good tbh Smile


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Re: Kong fillers

Post by Bane on Thu May 28 2015, 20:57

The banana, peanut butter and biscuits are perfect! Natural yogurt is also good, bits of meat or other treats too Smile

Apple is fine as long as you don't include the pips in the core as they can be poisonous. This link may help outline some of the main foods to avoid:

http://dogs.about.com/od/dogandpuppyhealth/tp/toxicfood.htm
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Re: Kong fillers

Post by Mia05 on Thu May 28 2015, 21:57

another good ones sweet potato and carrots cauliflower and broccoli are fine too

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Re: Kong fillers

Post by Lynn&Pete on Thu May 28 2015, 21:58

Soak the dried kibble first and mix it to a mush with the other ingredients. We just mix the soaked kibble with natural yoghurt then once almost filled put a spoon full of the yoghurt in the end.


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Re: Kong fillers

Post by JStaff on Thu May 28 2015, 22:52

Those are fine just remove the core and seeds from the apple


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