What is it?

KONG Teething Stick

Your puppy's first KONG! Made from all-natural rubber, the flexible chew toy is suitable for teething puppies up to 9 months old. As your dog goes through the teething process, their teeth and gums will feel sensitive and painful. The Teething Stick relieves pain caused by growing teeth while promoting healthy chewing habits that deter your puppy from destroying clothes, shoes and furniture. To introduce your puppy to their KONG, squish your puppy's favourite treats in the hollow centre or squeeze them between the flexible ridges. The Teething Stick is made from unique KONG rubber that gently cleans your puppy's teeth and gums as they lick and chew. When they're done, place the toy in the dishwasher for easy cleaning (top rack only).

Treat recommendations include: Peanut butter, plain yoghurt, cooked chicken, turkey mashed potatoes, cream cheese, mashed banana, diced apples, squashed pumpkin, rolled oats and more! No treats? No worries, throw the KONG teething stick around for a fun game of fetch!



Use the sizing guide below to determine which teething stick size is best for your dog. If your dog is in between sizes, we recommend choosing the size up. As your dog grows, upsize your pet's Teething Stick size as needed. If you have any questions regarding sizing, feel free to call us on 1300 668 931.

KONG Puppy Teething Stick Size Dimensions (L x W x H) Recommended Dog Size
Small 8.4cm x 3.5cm x 2.5cm For dogs up to 9kg
Medium 9.1cm x 4cm x 4cm For dogs 7kg - 16kg
Large 12.2cm x 4.5cm x 4.5cm 13kg - 30kg


What we like

  • Promotes healthy chewing habits
  • Customised KONG rubber for sensitive puppy teeth
  • Gently cleans your dog's teeth and gums
  • Stores wet and dry treats
  • Hollow centre
  • Raised ridges
  • Flexible design
  • Available in 3 sizes

  • The KONG Teething stick is only suitable for puppies up to 9 months old. If your dog is over 9 months old, we recommend the KONG Classic Treat Toy.

  • 1 x KONG Teething Stick (select size above)
  • 1 x KONG User Guide


Prevention is the Key to Happy, Healthy Dogs

Dogs become frustrated if their natural instincts are suppressed. Rather than fighting these instincts or punishing the dog for doing what becomes naturally, it's far more productive to find acceptable ways to satisfy these instincts, one of the best ways is healthy play. Work is a type of play for dogs and providing toys will mentally and physically stimulate your dog. Stuffing healthy treats into a KONG keeps dogs happily working and out of trouble for long periods of time.