How to Make DIY Kong Fillers! Healthy Treats to Fill Your Kong.

Have you ever wondered how to keep your dog
occupied while you’re away? If you’ve never used a Kong before then this could be the
perfect trick. We’re going to teach you a really simple recipe today for a Kong filler
so that you don’t have to buy the more expensive options from Kong. Okay so this is a really
simple recipe, and it’s really cheap to make as well. All we need is half a chopped banana
– we’re going to mash this up in a minute. Half a cup of natural yoghurt and two tablespoons
of peanut butter. And then we just need an ice cube tray so that we can freeze then to
make them even more of a challenge for your dog. So firstly we’re going to mash the banana.
Once you’ve mashed up your banana you need to add your peanut butter and your yoghurt
and mix it in. And then you should have something that looks like this.
As you can see it’s very gloopy, so we’re going to freeze these so that they fit into
the Kong toy perfectly and so that they’re going to be even harder for your dog to get
through. So I have just got a normal ice cube tray and I’m just going to fill these up.
So as you can see that’s all nice and filled now so we’re just going to pop these in the
freezer and you’ll have to leave them overnight before you can use them. We really hope you
enjoyed today’s video, if your dogs do enjoy their special Kong filler then please do send
pictures of them to [email protected], we’d love to include them on our Instagram
page. Last week we had a competition to win a classic Kong large toy, and the winner is
K9 Training. So thank you so much to everyone who did leave a comment, K9 training we’ve
got your Kong here so send over your address and we’ll send it over to you. Now it’s not
the last chance you’ve got to win something, we’ve got another competition on this week!
This time you’ll be in with a chance of winning a sensory dog ball. If you would like to enter
then please just leave your top tip about looking after dogs in the comment section
below and we’ll pick out the best comment next week and announce the winner. If you
did enjoy todays video then please do give us a big thumbs up and if you haven’t subscribed
then make sure that you hit that button! Bit that’s it from us for this week, we’ll see
you again next week! Bye!

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20 Responses

  1. Dogs And puppies says:

    I love you

  2. Samarfia says:

    The best tip for looking after your dog is to make sure your give your dog lots of love and treat it well. Make the dog trust you instead of fear you to get what you want. It's important to know that dogs have a mind of their own and they don't understand what is going on at times and you need to be patient and loving towards them. They also have emotions and shouldn't be a toy to play with, they should be your best friend 🙂

  3. Impulz1e says:

    Lots of love via cuddles, walks and feeding them their favorite treats 😊

  4. Toby Training says:

    Thank you!

  5. Zin remix says:

    me gusto mucho

  6. Isis Silveira says:

    Is there anything i can use instead of peanut butter?I live um Brazil and is really difficult to find it in here

  7. Kbeautylove Xo says:

    The best tip about looking after your dog
    Is to make sure they have the right diet. And good training

  8. ghostbabey says:

    I feel that the best thing for your dog is just love it always be there for it pet it so it knows it's part of your pack… Thanks for reading

  9. Orit Cassie says:

    the top top tip in looking after dogs, in my opinion, is taking them on long walks since it is their highlight of the day besides being next to you.

  10. qpsoftyq3 says:

    My favorite tip about looking after a dog is to make them know you love them so they know they can trust you. One of my other favorite tips about looking after a dog is to have them listen to Pet therapy music on this channel every night to help them sleep and feel comfortable. ❤️❤️❤️

  11. Eleanor Hattar says:

    PROVIDE A PROTECTED AND CLEAN LIVING ENVIRONMENT FOR YOUR DOG. Shelter from the elements and hazards, as well as good hygiene, are basic to a quality life.
    ALWAYS KEEP FRESH WATER AVAILABLE. Maintaining optimal hydration is important for health and energy.
    FEED A QUALITY DIET AND PREVENT OBESITY. Overweight humans and animals can adversely affect health in many ways. Follow the dietary recommendations that your veterinarian will make according to the nutritional needs of your dog, based on size, age, level of activity and breed. Remember to provide healthy treats rather than table scraps, as rewards.
    HAVE YOUR PET EXAMINED BY A VETERINARIAN ON A REGULAR BASIS. Your veterinarian will provide you with the information on vaccination schedules, deworming and external parasite control. Keep a copy of your pet’s vaccination records in your home or with you when you travel. Contact your veterinarian if you believe that your pet may be ill, injured, or if something just doesn’t seem right. Your veterinarian is the expert on keeping your dog healthy. Work as a team with him or her.
    PROVIDE AMPLE OPPORTUNITIES TO EXERCISE. Make sure your dog gets the regular exercise needed to enable it to be fit. By being in shape, your dog will be more capable of participating in the activities that it enjoys.
    COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR DOG AND DEVELOP A RELATIONSHIP. Dogs are social creatures and they need to interact with their owner. Quality time will help you get to know your dog and understand particular needs that it might have, as well enhance your ability to recognize early signs of an illness that could be developing. In addition, time spent in developing a relationship will help prevent many undesirable behavioral patterns.
    TRAIN YOUR DOG TO FOLLOW THE SIMPLE COMMANDS. Puppy and dog training classes can be very helpful. The better your dog is at following basic and necessary commands, the greater the chances are that your dog will live a safe and long life.
    PRACTICE REPRODUCTIVE CONTROL. If you do not intend to create puppies, spaying or neutering is a certain option. If you plan to breed your dog or are opposed to spaying and neutering for other reasons, take appropriate measures to prevent mismatings. Consult with your veterinarian in regard to other options that are available.
    DENTAL CARE IS VERY IMPORTANT. Many breeds are prone to gum disease, which can have serious implications. Infection resulting from this condition leads to premature tooth loss, and can commonly cause infections in major organs, including the heart valves.
    DON’T OVERLOOK GROOMING AND NAIL TRIMMING. Long coated dogs are prone to developing matts and ice balls in their hair. Overgrown nails are common in elderly dogs and can make it more difficult for them to walk. In addition, such nails are much more prone to breaking, which can be quite painful.

    And of course show your dog love and that u love him/her as much as he/she does😘❤️❤️❤️

  12. Clorox Bleach says:

    Peanut butter and banana have a lot of sugar… and that isn't necessarily healthy for a dog

  13. Cristina G says:

    The best way to take care of a dog is to keep it happy with toys and lots of love and attention.

  14. Cristina G says:

    Also give your dog lots of treats walks and pet relax music every night to keep him happy

  15. Lucas Catozzi says:

    A good healthy home for it and feed it every day and take it for walks on a daily basis and show it love and effection so it will love you back. You can put on some soothing music for it to be happy just make sure it doesn't get near anything hazardous. Make sure your dog goes to the vet to get its check ups and give it the vets recommended food and you will have a happy life with your dog! 🐶😋

  16. Eleanor Hattar says:

    My dog always calms down when hearing relax my dog music, thx so much, your music and tips helped me and my dog have a even closer bond.😘❤️❤️❤️

  17. Sarah _ says:

    thanks for this vidéo !!😘😘😘

  18. Adam & Sarah TV says:

    This is a cool tip I have a 5month old golden retriever puppy and she LOVES chewing everything to stop her we give her a carrot out of the fridge it's cool on her gums and help her teething and it will take her 10 – 20 mins to finish so it's great for her and us and I think she'll love the ball if I win as well. We put your music on to help her sleep it works SO well.

  19. Angela Davis says:

    I think the best tip would be to spend quality time with your dog to get to know them and remain flexible because what works one day might not work the next. For example, your dog might develop an allergy or become bored. It's good to remain vigilant so that you and your pup remain healthy and happy. 😊

  20. Supr3m3_Backup says:

    I have a question, is this good for pregnant doggies?

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