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unleash the power of play

Give a dog a KONG. They’ll be the first to show you, it’s not just a toy, it’s a KONG. KONG Classic is a toy that will be with your dog through all stages of life. From a puppy to the more distinguished years, KONG can serve various purposes for your dog.

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KONG Helps Solve

Puppy laying down chewing on a pink puppy KONG


When puppies’ 28 baby teeth erupt through their gums, it can hurt. Chewing soft rubber helps alleviate teething pain. KONG Puppy Rubber is customized to meet this need while teaching appropriate chewing behavior.

Rottweiler puppy chewing on a blue puppy KONG


Without an acceptable outlet for natural chewing instincts, many dogs turn to destructive chewing. Prevention is key. Teach your dog acceptable chewing behavior with a treat stuffed KONG for a mentally stimulating, long-lasting challenge. Freeze to extend the chew session.

Mixed breed dog looking out of the front door

Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety peaks during the first 20 minutes after a dog is alone. A treat stuffed KONG helps your dog associate being left alone with good things, alleviating those anxiety peaks.

Bored mixed breed dog laying on a grey couch


A dog will always find something to do to beat boredom– this often leads to problem behavior. Stuffed and frozen KONGs keep dogs engaged, extending playtime with a healthy, long-lasting, mentally stimulating challenge.

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Digging & Barking

Boredom and fear can lead to digging and barking. Creating good behaviors starts with productive play that allows dogs to expend excess energy. A frozen, treat-stuffed KONG, offers a mentally occupying challenge that burns excess energy.

Puppy laying down in their crate

Crate Training

Crates provide a sense of security for dogs and can aid in housetraining. To help dogs build a positive association with their crates from the start, give them a KONG as a mind occupying challenge. Repeating this routine helps your dog feel safe turning their crate into their den.

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Weight Management

Your dog’s weight is critical to his or her health; about 35% of dogs are overweight or obese. Slow down eating and add a satisfying mental and physical challenge by feeding your dog from a KONG Classic or a kibble filled KONG Wobbler.

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Use KONG For

Gold dog sniffing through a green and yellow toy


Stuff strategically with your dog’s favorite snacks for tons of healthy mental and physical stimulation that keeps your pup busy–and happy.

White and brown dog turning around to catch a blue and yellow toy


A unique shape and dynamic rubber gives KONG an unpredictable bounce, sparking chasing instincts with a crazy rebound that’s different every time.

Black, white and brown dog chewing on a pink toy in the middle of a grass field


Durable, natural KONG Rubber satisfies your dog’s instinctual need to chew. KONG helps dogs (and puppies!) learn appropriate chewing behavior.

Dog playing with a ball.


Feeding meals from a KONG helps manage weight by slowing eating while providing a satisfying mental and physical challenge.

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KONG Sizing Chart. KONG comes in XS, S, M, L, XL & XL

KONG Size Guide

It’s important to give your dog the right-sized KONG based on their breed and weight. Always size up for safety!

A series of four images demonstrating how to stuff a KONG. Image one shows a plate of ingredients (bananas, oats, apple sauce, and peanut butter), image two shows the ingredients being mixed in a bowl, image three shows the KONG being stuffed with the ingredients, and image four shows the end of the KONG being sealed with KONG Quick Treat.

How to Stuff a KONG

Stuffing a KONG is easy. You can stuff anything that is safe for your dog to eat (in healthy amounts) into their KONG.


Series of four images demonstrating how to clean a KONG. Image one shows a KONG soaking in soapy water, image two shows a KONG being cleaned with a toothbrush, image three shows a KONG being rinsed in a sink, and image four shows a KONG in the dishwasher.

How to Clean a KONG

1. Soak in warm water with dish soap to loosen leftovers.
2. Use bottle brush, an old toothbrush, or a KONG brush to remove stubborn bits inside and rinse.
3. Or, wash in top rack of dishwasher. Make sure to skip the drying cycle as excess heat can damage the toy.

Tip: Have 3 KONGs on hand – one with the dog, one stuffed KONG in the freezer, and one in the dishwasher.