Blog for Dog owners

If Your Dog Only Learns One Command, It Should Be This

If Your Dog Only Learns One Command, It Should Be This

Posted by Dina Fantegrossion via "I love dogs" on 12th Aug 2017

Each dog parent has the personal choice to decide on the level of training their pup receives. Depending on their temperament and lifestyle, full obedience training may not be a priority, but trainers … read more
Aussie Dog. Playtime safety

Aussie Dog. Playtime safety

Posted by By Andrew Spanner BVSc(Hons) MVetStud, a vet in Adelaide, Australia. on 17th Jul 2017

Playtime safety for dogsHow do you buy toys and chews for your dog that keep them happy and safe?If you want to know which chew toys are good for dog amusement and training, ask a dog trainer, behavio … read more

KONG CLASSIC 101

Posted by KONG COMPANY on 17th Jul 2017

Most dogs need to learn to use a KONG Classic. Follow these steps to ensure your dog knows how to enjoy all the benefits of this popular toy.1. SIZE FOR SAFETYIt’s important to use the right size KONG … read more

CHEWING PROBLEMS

Posted by KONG COMPANY on 9th Jul 2017

A classic source of dog-owner frustration is chewed-up shoes, books, furniture, etc. Chewing is a natural and beneficial behaviour, and it plays a vital role in your dog’s physical development — espec … read more
KONG User Guide

KONG User Guide

Posted by https://www.kongcompany.com/en-au/healthy-pets/kong-user-guide/ on 6th Jul 2017

There are three basic chewing styles when it comes to dogs and their toys. 1) Gentle Chewers – These dogs are easy on toys and prefer plush or fabric toys. They usually like to lick or suck on t … read more