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Softer Kong Toys for Puppies, Seniors, Rompers and Chompers

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Here is the softer side of Kong toys perfect for puppies, older dogs who have lost jaw strength but not desire to chew and for Rompers and Chompers. Love this version for the Rompers because when tossed inside it is less likely quite so missile-like as the more heavy-duty varieties can seem.

If you have a low-key Gnawer (if there is such a thing) you can try sizing up because remember, the more open his jaw and the less toy can reach the back of it the less effective he can be but usually a good Gnawer is part of the Black Kong Ops team!

Rippers don’t have enough toy to get a hold off to rip (usually, though skip the “Binkie” you) and, as always, Pickers will make short work of this toy.

Read our How to Stuff a Kong blog post to increase your dogs use of and enjoyment of his Kongs.


Kong Puppy Toy

  • Sturdy, durable toy for teething puppies that helps deter misbehaviors
  • Eases sore gums, promotes healthy jaw development and teaches appropriate chewing habits
  • Made in the USA of nontoxic, extremely durable natural rubber
  • LARGE: For puppies 30-65 pounds
  • MEDIUM: For puppies 15-30 pounds
  • SMALL: For puppies 1-15 Pounds
  • Assorted in colors of Pink/Blue
    Buy on AmazonĀ 


KONG Senior Kong Dog Toy

  • Stuffable.
  • Reestablishes play and exercise.
  • Gentle rubber formula.
  • Designed for older dogs.
  • Made in USA.
  • LARGE: For dogs 30-65 pounds
  • MEDIUM: For dogs 15-30 pounds
  • SMALL: For dogs 1-15 Pounds
    Buy on Amazon

KONG Puppy Binkie Dog Toy

  • Promotes proper chewing behavior
  • Sooths sore gums
  • Specially designed for teething puppies
  • Made in the USA of nontoxic, extremely durable natural rubber
  • Small: up to 15 pounds
  • Medium: 15 to 35 pounds
    Buy on Amazon

For aggressive chewers go here: Top Tough Kong Dog Toys

Author: Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson, Dog Expert, offers experienced-based dog info with humor. Author of 8 books, seen on PBS, Sarah knows all about dogs. {Pip} is her rescue dog.

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