Kong Stuffer item list

There are many things you can stuff your dog’s Kong with. I am sure this list will be updated frequently, but here’s a good start. Remember, many of these items can be fresh or frozen! Stuffing and freezing the Kong, usually makes the treat last longer.

Creamy Peanut Butter
Tuna in water
Sardines in water
Coconut Oil
Apples
Blueberries
Banana’s
Canned Pumpkin
melons
Cheerio’s
Vanilla Wafers
Chicken Breast
Turkey Breast
Kibble
Celery
Sweet Potato
Baby Food (no mushrooms or onions)
Green Beans
Eggs
Ground Turkey
Cheese
Flaxseed
Cottage Cheese

Blueberry and Yogurt Frozen Kong Stuffer

Blueberry and Yogurt Frozen Kong Stuffer

This recipe is good even in the winter time! To make it a little less messy, I tear up small pieces of aluminum foil and wrap it around the bottom to keep it from leaking.

What I used:
Frozen blueberries
Yogurt (I like the vanilla flavored, and share it with my furkids)
Peanut butter
Cheerio’s
Dog Treat to top it off

How I did it:

1) I wrapped the bottom with aluminum foil and placed them upside down in a bowl big enough to hold them all.
2) I blended the yogurt and the frozen blueberries together
3) Then, I filled 1/3 of the kong with the mixture
4) I then gently mixed the Cheerio’s and peanut butter tother, filling the kong to just below the opening
5) I topped the opening off with more peanut butter and topped it off with a moist dog treat or two
6) Place in freezer for a couple hours, then let your pup enjoy them!

You can also place them in a Ziploc bag, and keep them frozen for when you need them.

Scrambled Eggs and Cheese- Kong Stuffers

Scrambled Eggs and Cheese- Kong Stuffers

A lot of you have been asking about the kong’s I make my dogs nightly. I thought I’d start sharing some of the ideas I have used for my furkids and my boarding clients.

This past week I posted my scrambled eggs with cheese photos on FaceBook. In case you missed it, here it is again.

Ingredients:
Scrambled eggs with Colby cheese (cooled)
Instant oats mixed with low sodium beef broth
Peanut Butter
Rabbit treat to top it off.

Apple Mint Dog Treats

Apple Mint Dog Treats

These dog bones are low fat and low calorie, and they have a pleasant

 

 

  • 1/2 cup applesauce
  • 2 teaspoons green or red powdered food coloring or spinach powder (to get the color desired)
  • 7/8 cup water
    Directions For
    Apple Mint Dog Bones
    With all of my recipes, you can use a heavy-duty mixer with a dough hook.with a dough hook or a bread machine. I prefer the bread machine, as it’s so much easier. If you use a mixer, simply adjust the directions for making bread with your mixer.

    • Place everything in the bread machine on the dough cycle.
    • When the dough is ready, roll it to1/4” thick with a non-stick rolling pin.
    • Using a mini bone cookie cutter, cut the dough into mini dog bone shapes.
    • Bake at 250 degrees F for about an hour. Check to make sure that they don’t get too brown.
    • Turn off the oven and let the mini dog bones dry completely in the oven—This works best overnight.
    • If you’d like to dress up your dog bones, why not try a little dog treat icing?

 

For more great recipes please check out:

http://www.best-dog-treat-recipes.com

 

 

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