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The original Kong toy Kong Classic an irresistible robust dog toy from natural rubber. Unique the Kong Classic bounces and leaps entirely unpredictabl...

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Excellent

“Kong Lives Forever”

published 25/03/2008

ProMillions of uses (well, maybe not millions but qui...

ConsWhen dropped on foot, it hurts.

***** Kong Rules ***** There are many varieties of kong toys out there but this version is the traditional stuff it, throw it, chew it, tread on it and break an ankle edition. These classic kongs are also available in cat, bird, ferret and fish varieties - indeed the kong brochure shows a tiger...

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“Long live the Kong!”

published 06/05/2011

ProQuality durable pet toy that can provide diversion...

ConsSmaller items can fall out. Can be messy. Not inde...

Since giving the ‘Kong Stuff-A-Ball’ dog toy a generally positive review recently, we decided it was time to try one of the original products in this range: the Kong Classic that’s claimed to be ‘The World’s Best Dog Toy’. This may be arguable but I can see now why it’s acquired such a reputation...

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Excellent

“King Kong!!”

published 19/12/2006

ProVery hardy, can be used as treat and a toy!

ConsA little expensive

In 2004 I got my first puppy, Marley. With him being a Border collie, I was slightly worried that he may get bored and begin to chew the house! My Mum and Dad advised for me get a Kong. Having never heard of this before, I decided to do some research. I found out that a Kong is basically a dog...

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Excellent

ProDurable, versatile, excellent value for money, and...

ConsMight hurt a little if a mere human stands in the ...

In October 2004 I got my first dog - a mixed breed puppy, who I named Scamp. Like any responsible pet owner, I'd done extensive research before bringing him home and, time and time again, had heard 'Kongs' raved about. Eager to find out what all the fuss was about (it's just a dog toy, right?), I...

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Excellent

“KONG!!!!”

published 25/09/2006

Proentertaining, strong, high quality, fun, many bene...

Conscan hurt if it lands on your foot!!!

~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ The KONG. ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ After nearly two years of not having a dog we decided that we couldn't cope anymore without one and went on a hunt for a suitable puppy. We ended up with a 9 week old Labrador cross Border Collie pup who we named Bonnie. Once we brought her...

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Excellent

“King Kong”

published 16/03/2009

ProDurable, hours of fun, easy to find, range of size...

ConsQuite heavy, expensive

What do you humans know about what us dogs like to chew? My owner knows very little or I wouldn’t have chewed through the seat belts in his car or through the slippers he got last Christmas if he’d given something decent to play & chew with. He obviously doesn’t know that us dogs naturally chew &...

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Super

ProFun, Cleans Teeth, Makes Treats Last.

ConsDoesn't bounce, but I'll buy a ball for that! Can ...

I love MyDogs. He likes to jump on the bed and wake me up in the night, but lately with the heating on he has decamped to the spare room and lies stretched out on the bed there, full length and snoring. When I got up in the early hours, unable to sleep, I found him in there and leapt on the bed...

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Super

ProVery durable, entertaining, worth the money.

ConsNot too hard to get the treats out and it hurts wh...

I bought this toy in the local feed shop as a part of my German Shepherd's Christmas box last year. Yes I am one of those people who buys her dog Christmas and Birthday presents. She even gets to unwrap them herself....because she likes shredding the paper and finding the stuff inside!!! I chose...

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Excellent

“Get your teeth into this !”

published 25/11/2006

ProKeeps your dog happy, healthy and amused.

ConsNone.

Biba our gorgeous Staffordshire Bull Terrier was 1 year old last month, and Staffies as they are affectionately called are well known for their powerfull jaws, so when looking for chew toy's I needed something that was strong enough to last but would keep her attention as well and it was while...

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Excellent

“Doggy playtime treats”

published 05/05/2011

Prokeeps dogs happy

Consnone they are great

Our Staffordshire Bull terrier is a really soft good natured dog, he loves people and children and has such a good character, but he likes to chew sticks and this worries me as they can get caught up in his teeth. He's very good when left in the house as he has never chewed anything up when he's...

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Good

“Kong dog toy”

published 06/10/2010

ProDogs will like it

ConsNot for older, stronger dogs

We have had our dog for just under 12 months now, and she has got through all manner of toys. One toy that she has been through is a Kong Dog Squeaker. It was brought as a present for her from my sister and I thought it looked rather unusual. This toy was in the same format as any other squeaky...

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Super

“Kong krazy”

published 31/08/2007

ProToy with many uses, good for teeth, keeps dogs occ...

ConsLittle expensive, some dogs don't like them.

*What is a Kong?* A Kong is a red dog toy made from strong natural rubber, it is designed to help prevent bordem in dogs whilst left alone and also as a general all rounder fetch-chew toy. The Kong company manufacters several other designs of dog toy made from the same rubber, including special...

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Excellent

“Dog Kong toy”

published 25/09/2010

Prohours of entertainment, durable

Conscost

Just over a year ago my dad and step mum rescued a young male Dobermann who had been badly treated and shunted around through several owners. One of the first toys they bought him was a 'kong'. What is the kong? The kong is a well know thick rubber dog toy which reminds me in appearance of...

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Excellent

Prodoesn't fall apart, can be stuffed with treats, b...

ConsNone

I've got a beautiful border collie, Jess. She's nearly 1 now, and as an active dog, she gets bored very easily so I'm always on the lookout for new toys and chews for her to keep her occupied in the house. I do love Jess dearly, but I can't believe how destructive she can be. She's always been a...

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Excellent

Prochewy, distracting, does what we intended it to!

Consquite expensive but worth it

We bought this toy 'The world's best dog toy' because if we leave our dog Hazel for any amount of time, sometimes just half an hour, she chews and chews on our settee! Our veterinary nurse suggested that she may have separation anxiety, a posh name for getting upset and stressed when we go out...

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