KONG Dragon Knots Dog Toy
KONG Dragon Knots Dog Toy
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KONG Dragon Knots Dog Toy

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KONG Dragon Knots are a whimsical addition to the Knots collection. The realistic feel of the internal knotted rope, big body squeaker andcrinkling sound of the magical wings get dogs geared for play and satisfies their natural instincts. The strong rope knot tug toy has minimalstuffing for less mess and charms with long-lasting fun.Internal knotted rope satisfies natural instinctsBig squeak for big funMinimal stuffing for less messAvailable in one size: M/LColor Varies
  • KONG Brand
  • Rope, Tug & Interactive Toys Toys
  • Kong Company Manufacturer
  • Dog Pet Type

Are Kong Dragon Knot Toys Good for Dogs?

The Kong Dragon Knot Dog toy is intended for medium and large size dogs. This dog toy comes with an internal knotted rope, big body squeaker, and crinkling wings designed to satisfy their instincts. This kong dragon toy has an internal knotted rope skeleton that gives dogs something to grip and plays with. Moreover, the Kong Dragon Knots tug toy comes with minimal stuffing, which means minimal mess and long-lasting fun for the dog.

How Do You Use a Kong Dragon Knot Toy for a Dog?

The Kong Dragon Knot Toy for a dog does not require any special instructions. You purchase it for your dog and hand it over to it. The fun and thoughtful design of the toy makes it perfect for dogs that love to chew and play. The knotty skeleton of the Kong Dragon toy is designed to satisfy the urge to chew, and the squeaker adds to the joy. The toy is intended for medium to large dogs and is not meant for heavy chewers.

Can Puppies Have Kong Toys?

Yes, some Kong Toys have been developed keeping in mind the teeth and gums of a growing puppy. Kong toys are long-lasting and stimulate the mind of a growing dog. Moreover, Kong offers a treat-dispensing puzzle toy to resolve separation anxiety, teething, boredom, digging, and chewing issues in a dog. Additionally, the unpredictable bounce of Kong toys makes for a dun session of fetch. Vets recommend Kong Toys for puppies to impart behavioral training.

Can a Dog Destroy a Kong Toy?

While not wholly indestructible, Kong Toys are recommended by vets worldwide as these toys are designed for durability and safety. Kong has different rubber toys for different dogs, with the most common and recognizable one being the red. The red one is designed for average chewers and most adult dogs. However, the company also has Kong Puppy, which comes in Blue and Pink, and is suitable for light chewing. Then there's the Kong Senior (purple), soft rubber for aging teeth and gums. Lastly, the Kong Extreme is built from the most durable rubber and is designed for power chewers, and is black. As long as you stick to the recommended Kong Toy for your dog, the dog can't destroy a Kong Toy.

Are Kong Toys Dangerous?

Kong Toys are made from durable material and are designed for chewers. As such, these toys are not dangerous to dogs. However, accidents happen, and you cannot do anything about it except rush to a veterinarian. Dog temperament and their chewing power vary from dog to dog, and an aggressive chewer can break apart a kong toy and ingest the pieces, which could prove dangerous considering their durable nature.

Are Kong Chew Toys Safe?

Kong Toys come in a variety of options designed based on the types of chewers. These are Kong Puppy, Kong Senior, Kong Classic, and Kong Extreme. Their names are self-explanatory, and they are designed for a specific chewing type. As long as pet parents stick to the recommended Kong Toy for their dogs, these toys are incredibly safe for dogs.

Should I Let My Dog Destroy Toys?

Dogs need toys for mental stimulation and to avoid getting bored. However, some dogs particularly love destroying toys as it satisfies their canine instincts. While this may seem like a harmless activity, it poses a severe threat to your dog's health. Your dog might rip the toy apart and ingest inedible components, which may cause issues. Moreover, once the toy is shredded, your dog may turn its attention towards other items in your house like the cushions, couch, wooden furniture, and so on. To prevent your dog from destroying its toys, monitor the toy time, buy appropriate toys for your puppy, and put the toy away if you cannot observe them.

Why Does My Dog Rip the Stuffing Out of Toys?

Is your dog shedding its dog toys and ripping the stuffing out? It's completely normal, and you must train your dog or get appropriate toys like a rope knot tug toy. Kong Dragon toys have next to no stuffing for less mess and feature a squeaker and crinkling sound for mental stimulation. However, dogs usually have a natural prey drive that stimulates the need to hunt. In the absence of prey like small animals inside the house, the instinct comes out on toys. This is more common with toys with squeakers as they mimic the prey behavior. Other reasons could be boredom and a behavior pattern encouraged by the pet parent by cheering them while they attack stuffed toys.

What Happens If a Dog Eat Toy Stuffing?

Dog Toy stuffing can prove to be lethal for your puppy if consumed in a large amount. The ingested filling could lodge in the stomach or intestine of your dog, causing an intestinal blockage. Intestinal blockages are fatal if not treated at the right time. Your dog might show symptoms like constipation, diarrhea, loss of appetite, vomiting, and behavior changes. Typically, the food takes 10-12 hours to pass, and blockage symptoms may take longer to develop.

When Should You Throw Away Dog Chew Toys?

Pet toys get loaded with dirt, bacteria, mold, and yeast as time passes. For this reason, pet parents should replace dog toys quite often. While many dog toys can be cleaned with hot water and mild dish soaps, they must be replaced as soon as they show signs of wear and tear. Pet parents should immediately replace toys with ripped seams, loose stuffing, and damaged rubber toys with sharp edges.

KONG is manufactured by Kong Company
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I have a love/hate relationship with these. They are my dog's favorite toy. No other toy I've found brings her the same level of joy. She will carry it around with her, gnaw on the rope, play tug with it, happily squeak it, and eventually shred it. She still loves it even as it grows increasingly dismembered. So I buy them 5 or 6 at a time so when one gets really sad and lifeless, I can give her a new one. I get maybe 2-4 weeks out of each. The thing I hate about it is the squeaker. It is the most piercingly loud squeaker on any of the toys I have bought her. And of course she likes to gleefully squeak it, many, many, many times in a row. I have found that stabbing the squeaker will make it less loud. It's still loud, but it brings it to a volume where I can maintain my sanity.

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