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Kongs are great! And if you go on their website they have tons of recipes for you too-like cooking an egg and cheese in it in the microwave (take a minute I think) and that will keep him busy for a long time.

Their are also tons of enrichment/distraction type toys out now-puzzle balls and treat dispensing toys. Those might work really well for you
kongs are awesome!. i stuff a kong w wet dog food (i make it from my own recipe) then freeze it. the puzzle balls are really great too. it took me a bit to teach clover that he had toys, the only things he would play with when i got him were sticks! now, of course, everything is a potential toy...but he has only chewed on a couple of things that weren't his so i can't complain.....



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