1. KONG Your Way

    KONG products can be used in so many ways. Here a few ideas to get you started. We encourage you to discover more of your own. • KONGs are easy to keep clean and top-shelf dishwasher safe. • KONGs, the , and  toys are easy to fill with your dog’s normal serving of food. This simple step… [Read More]

  2. Holiday Tips for Happy Pets

    You know how stressful the holidays can be for people. Your canine family members often find the holidays even more stressful than you do. Our dogs are creatures of habit. They’re very comfortable with their daily routines, and holidays definitely tend to disrupt their sense of security. We have office parties, gift shopping, and other… [Read More]

  3. Expert Tips for Weight Loss

    Canine obesity is an all-too-common medical condition that can result in serious health implications for your dog. The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) estimates that 35 percent of dogs are overweight or obese. A recent study conducted by Pfizer Animal Health found that veterinarians consider 47 percent of their canine patients overweight or obese —… [Read More]

  4. Playing Safely with Cat Toys

    At The KONG Company, we strive to construct our cat toys as safely as possible. We’re pet owners and animal lovers, just like you. We don’t manufacture any items that we feel uncomfortable giving to our own pets. However, a toy that isn’t used correctly or with proper supervision could present a potential hazard, so… [Read More]

  5. Introducing New Toys to Your Feline

    Great ways to get your feline friend into the game. Introducing New Toys to Your Feline The typical approach to a new cat toy is to bring it home, take it out of the package, and toss it in the general direction of your cat. While that works for some felines, there are better ways… [Read More]

  6. Stress and Boredom

    Boredom and stress are leading causes of negative canine behavior. Try to remove or avoid any situation that could cause your dog to feel stressed. Introduce your pet to new things in a slow, calm and controlled manner — using lots of praise and rewards. Give your dog lots of time to explore and play… [Read More]